Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, St Charles Mo, Family Arena
(Lynne Wizzie)

Magical in St. Charles

On Wednesday night, Stevie Nicks continued her tour of the Midwest, performing at Family Arena in St. Charles, Missouri. Stevie inspired the crowd of 10,000 with classic songs, fabulous stories, and…her magical presence, of course!

Vanessa Carlton was the support act.

Scroll down for pictures, videos, set list, and fan reaction.

Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, St Charles Mo, Family Arena
(Lynne Wizzie)
Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, St Charles Mo, Family Arena
(Carl The Intern)
Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, St Charles Mo, Family Arena
(Kevin C. Johnson)

Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold Tour, St Charles Mo, Family Arena, Vanessa Carlton

Set List

  1. Gold and Braid
  2. If Anyone Falls
  3. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  4. Belle Fleur
  5. Gypsy
  6. Wild Heart
  7. Bella Donna
  8. Enchanted
  9. New Orleans
  10. Starshine
  11. Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream)
  12. Stand Back
  13. Crying in the Night
  14. If You Were My Love
  15. Gold Dust Woman
  16. Edge of Seventeen
  17. Rhiannon (encore)
  18. Landslide (encore)

Videos

Much love and thanks to cbcac, HL Donahue, Jason Pilarski, Jay Thunder, Cynthia Vancil for sharing these videos!

Gold and Braid / Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around / Belle Fleur / Gypsy / Bella Donna / Stand Back / Gold Dust Woman / Edge of Seventeen / Landslide / Rhiannon (Jason Pilarski)

Stevie Nicks 24k Gold Tour Live - Family Arena 9/13/2017 highlights

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Stevie Nicks 24k Gold Tour Live - Family Arena 9/13/2017 highlights

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Stevie Nicks 24k Gold Tour Live - Family Arena 9/13/2017 highlights

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Gold Dust Woman (Jay Thunder)

Stevie Nicks is metal as f*ck

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Edge of Seventeen (HL Donahue)

Stevie Nicks sings Edge of Seventeen

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Landslide (Cynthia Vancil)

Stevie Nicks Landslide

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Reviews

Stevie Nicks gives a chatty, career-defining set during Family Arena concert

“Dressed naturally in her flowing all-black ensemble and bearing her tambourine draped with colorful scarfs, Nicks delivered a career-spanning set of songs, mixing obvious solo hits like “Edge of Seventeen” and “Stand Back” and Fleetwood Mac songs like “Gypsy” and “Landslide” with a few lost gems from her “gothic trunk of lost songs.” (Kevin C. Johnson / St Louis Post-Dispatch)

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Today in Stevie History

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1998 Fleetwood Mac performed a medley of songs ("Rhiannon," "Go Your Own Way," and "Don't Stop") at the 40th Annual Grammy Awards. The group was nominated for three Grammys: Best Performance by Duo or Group with Vocals for "Silver Springs," Best Pop Album for "The Dance," and Best Rock Performance by Duo or Group for "The Chain."

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