Stevie Nicks will launch the first of four concerts tonight at the Caesar’s Palace Colosseum in Las Vegas. She is expected to perform “a show like no other,” which she confidently affirmed in a recent Los Angeles radio interview. Even more curious is the possibility of introducing a fresh set list composed of songs previously dropped from set lists, such as 1983’s “Beauty and the Beast” and 1986’s hit song “Talk to Me,” a prospect which she revealed to ShowBiz Weekly, a popular Las Vegas entertainment publication.
Fans have undoubtedly been enticed, as some view the rare engagement as a possible opportunity to hear different songs in the set list.
“I know she won’t mix it up too much, but I sure would like to be surprised. That’s part of why I traveled thousands of miles to be here,” said Tanya O’Hara, who flew in from Rhode Island to see the shows. “But I don’t care what she sings. I just want to see Stevie again. She rocks my world!”
Expected to make a surprise return to the stage for these shows is long-time backup singer Lori Nicks, who retired from concert touring to raise a family. According to the Nicks Fix, Lori Nicks has been rehearsing with Stevie and the band in Vegas.
Stevie will performing at the state-of-the-art 4,100-seat Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace, a venue that was constructed for singer Celine Dion’s “A New Day” production, which is on hiatus this week.
A full review of opening night will be posted immediately following the concert tonight.