Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty, Bonnaroo, 2006

2006 Highway Companion Tour

Stevie Nicks made several appearances on Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ 2006 Highway Companion Tour. Stevie had originally planned to take the year off from performing, but when Tom asked her to accompany him for the 30th anniversary tour, Stevie jumped at the golden opportunity of performing with her good friend and all-time favorite artist.

Stevie joined Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on the first eight shows of the tour, including the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, TN on June 16. She also appeared at several shows in September and October 2006. Tom introduced Stevie as an “honorary Heartbreaker” when she came onstage.

During the set, Stevie performed “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” and “Insider” with Tom and covered his 1978 hit “I Need to Know,” which has become a staple in her own set lists.

DateVenueCity
June 9, 2006Verizon Wireless AmphitheatreCharlotte, NC
June 10, 2006Nissan PavilionBristow, VA
June 12, 2006nTelos Wireless PavilionPortsmouth, VA
June 14, 2006Germain AmphitheaterColumbus, OH
June 16, 2006Bonnaroo Festival 2006Manchester, TN
June 17, 2006UMB Bank PavilionMaryland Heights, MO
June 20, 2006Madison Square GardenNew York, NY
June 21, 2006Tweeter CenterMansfield, MA
September 21, 2006Stephen C. O’Connell CenterGainesville, FL
September 22, 2006HiFi Buys AmphitheatreAtlanta, GA
September 26, 2006Hollywood BowlHollywood, CA
September 27, 2006Coors AmphitheatreChula Vista, CA
September 29, 2006Greek TheatreBerkeley, CA
September 30, 2006Greek TheatreBerkeley, CA
October 4, 2006Glendale ArenaGlendale, AZ
October 20, 2006Raley FieldWest Sacramento, CA
October 21, 2006Indian Wells Tennis GardenIndian Wells, CA
October 27, 2006Greek TheatreBerkeley, CA

 

 

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