Stevie Nicks Trouble in Shangri-La, 2001

2001 Trouble in Shangri-La Tour

Stevie Nicks supported the release of her sixth album Trouble in Shangri-La with a national tour. Sheryl Crow, who produced half the album, joined Stevie onstage at some shows on the tour. The tour strangely lived up to the album’s title as two separate events significantly disrupted the concert flow. Expected to be a summer tour, the shows began in Burgettstown, PA on July 6 and finally ended three months later in Universal City, CA on October 10.

Voice Problems

By August, Stevie was experiencing trouble with her voice, so she started postponing shows; the first two shows in the San Francisco Bay Area. The problem became readily apparent at her August 17th Santa Barbara, CA concert, where she temporarily stopped the show to reassess the condition of her voice. After several minutes, she carried on with the show, but apologized profusely to the audience for her hoarseness. On August 18, citing respiratory illness, Stevie postponed or canceled the remaining August shows to allow her voice to recover. Stevie later revealed that she had bronchitis.

9/11 Attacks

In September, Stevie resumed the tour with a stronger voice, but something far worse was about to happen. On September 11, Stevie was still in Toronto after performing a concert at the Molson Amphitheatre a night earlier. When terrorists attacked several American landmarks, Stevie was in the process of traveling to New York, where she was scheduled to perform two concerts, which were ultimately canceled. Despite the attacks, Stevie’s parents encouraged her to continue with the tour so that she could help people heal through the power of her music. Following their advice, Stevie emotionally continued the tour.

Stevie reflected on the harrowing experience in the song “Illume (9-11),” which she recorded for Fleetwood Mac’s 2003 album Say You Will.

April 21, 2001Hotel IntercontinentalDallas, TX
July 6, 2001Post-Gazette Amphitheatre
Burgettstown, PA
July 7, 2001DTE Energy AmphitheatreClarkston, MI
July 10, 2001Allstate ArenaTinley Park, IL
July 11, 2001Riverbend Music CenterCincinnati, OH
July 13, Meadows AmphitheatreHartford, CT
July 14, 2001Tweeter CenterMansfield, MA
July 17, 2001Tweeter CenterCamden, NJ
July 18, 2001Blossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OH
July 20, 2001Jones BeachWantagh, NY
July 21, 2001PNC Bank Arts CenterHolmdel, NJ
July 28, 2001Nissan PavillionBristow, VA
July 30, 2001Chastain Park AmphitheatreAtlanta, GA
August 3, 2001Starplex AmphitheatreDallas, TX
August 4, 2001Woodlands PavillionHouston, TX
August 7, 2001Journal PavilionAlbuquerque, NM
August 8, 2001Fiddlers Green AmphitheatreEnglewood, CO
August 11, 2001Rose Garden ArenaPortland, OR
August 12, 2001Key ArenaSeattle, WA
*August 14, 2001Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CA
*August 15, 2001Chronicle PavilionConcord, CA
August 17, 2001Santa Barbara BowlSanta Barbara, CA
August 18, 2001Verizon Wireless AmphitheatreIrvine Meadows, CA
August 20, 2001Burbank Studios
(Performed “Sorcerer” on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno)
Los Angeles, CA
*August 21, 2001Universal AmphitheatreUniversal City, CA
*August 22, 2001Universal AmphitheatreUniversal City, CA
*August 24, 2001Coors AmphitheatreChula Vista, CA
*August 25, 2001Aladdin TheatreLas Vegas, NV
**August 28, 2001Riverport AmphitheatreSt Louis, MO
**August 29, 2001Sandstone AmphitheatreBonner Springs, KS
**August 31, 2001Target CenterMinneapolis, MN
**September 1, 2001Verizon Wireless Music AmphitheatreIndianapolis, IN
September 4, 2001Verizon Wireless AmphitheatreVirginia Beach, VA
September 5, 2001Alltel PavillionRaleigh, NC
September 7, 2001Verizon Wireless AmphitheatreCharlotte, NC
September 8, 2001Sovereign CenterReading, PA
September 10, 2001Molson AmphitheatreToronto, Canada
^September 12, 2001Blue Cross ArenaRochester, NY
^September 14, 2001Radio City Music HallNew York, NY
September 15, 2001Trump Taj MahalAtlantic City, NJ
September 17, 2001Polaris AmphitheatreColumbus, OH
September 19, 2001Merriweather Post PavillionColumbia, MD
September 22, 2001Chastain Park AmphitheatreAtlanta, GA
September 23, 2001AmSouth AmphitheatreAntioch, TN
September 25, 2001Teco ArenaFt. Myers, FL
September 26, 2001Mars Music AmphitheatreW. Palm Beach, FL
September 30, 2001Shoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CA
October 1, 2001Chronicle PavillionConcord, CA
October 3, 2001Coors AmphitheatreChula Vista, CA
October 5, 2001Aladdin TheatreLas Vegas, NV
October 6, 2001Aladdin TheatreLas Vegas, NV
October 9, 2001Universal AmphitheatreUniversal City, CA
October 10, 2001Universal AmphitheatreUniversal City, CA

*Postponed due to illness
**Canceled due to illness
^Canceled due to 9/11 attacks

Post-tour Benefit Shows

December 6, 2001America West Arena (Stevie Nicks & Friends)Phoenix, AZ
December 7, 2001Cox Arena (STAR 100.7 Jingle Ball/Becky’s House)San Diego, CA
December 9, 2001Masonic Auditorium
(KFOG Toys for Tots)
San Francisco, CA
February 26, 2002The Forum (Concert for Artist Rights)Los Angeles, CA


  1. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  2. Enchanted
  3. Outside The Rain*
  4. Dreams
  5. Gold Dust Woman
  6. Every Day
  7. Sorcerer
  8. Rhiannon
  9. Stand Back
  10. Planets Of The Universe*
  11. Too Far From Texas
  12. Fall From Grace
  13. Bombay Sapphires*
  14. Edge Of Seventeen
  15. I Need To Know
  16. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You

*Performed at some shows


Stevie Nicks: Lead vocals
Lenny Castro: Percussion
Al Ortiz: Bass
Scott Plunkett: Keyboards
Carlos Rios: Rhythm guitar
Mark Schulman: Drums
Frank Simes: Guitar
Brett Tuggle: Keyboards
Waddy Wachtel: Guitar
Sharon Celani: Background vocals
Mindy Stein: Background vocals

Supporting Act

Sheryl Crow

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