On September 19, 2022, Stevie Nicks performed at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts. Like the Asbury, New Jersey show, Stevie removed both In Your Dreams deep cuts “Soldier’s Angel” and “Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream) from the set list. “Free Fallin’ moved up to regular set, playing between “Bella Donna” and “Stand Back.”
Stevie offered up two key dedications. After kicking off the show with the “Outside the Rain Dreams” combo number, she dedicated the entire show to Vanessa Carlton’s seven-year-old daughter Sidney, who was in the audience seeing her mom and Stevie perform for the first time. “This is a good night for Sidney!” Stevie gushed.
Towards the end of the set, Stevie dedicated “Landslide” to Queen Elizabeth II, reading the tribute that she first shared online when the Queen passed away on September 8, 2022. She dubbed Elizabeth the “Warrior Queen” and a great inspiration.
Special thanks to DGB519, James Nelson, jimbofresh, and Phillip Williams for sharing your videos!
Outside the Rain/Dreams (jimbofresh)
“Welcome, Mansfield! I would like to dedicate to this entire show to my seven-year-old goddaughter, her name is Sidney. She’s out there somewhere. She’s never seen me perform before and she happens to be Vanessa Carlton’s daughter. She’s never really seen her up here… This is a good night for Sidney! Not to mention she’s a great singer! …
So, they have just put us into this small amount of time because we were not gonna go on until 10 o’clock, so we just slowed everything down. And then they came in and said, ‘Get ready now! You’re going!’ So, no wasting time. I gonna have to shorten my stories a little bit. Are we gonna have to…before the electric storm comes in. So, here we go. Let’s get this party started.”
If Anyone Falls (DGB519)
Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (James Nelson)
“All right, this next song is like for me going back to…I can quickly tell you this. Whenever I get like upset and freaked out and stuff, I put my bed back on the floor. I swear to God and it works. It’s like, get the foundation back down to the ground. So this is ‘Gypsy'”
Gypsy (Phillip Williams)
Stand Back (James Nelson)
Gold Dust Woman (James Nelson)
“The Queen died, so I don’t often just read (off the teleprompter), but I have to do that tonight. It will only be done…twice.
Elizabeth become Queen on February 6, 1952. Can you imagine having a job for that long?
She said, “My whole life will be devoted to your service ~ whether it is long or short” ~ She would never look away ~
She knew when to get in the way and she knew when to get out of the way to just think about what she would do next. She was very smart ~ and very beautiful ~ and she made it very clear to all the brilliant men that surrounded her ~ that she was the Queen ~ and they were not. She showed all women how strong they could be ~ for 70 years she did this. She inspired me. She was an anointed Queen, a beautiful Queen and an unforgettable woman~ The world is an empty place without her~
“Fast forward to today. Elizabeth is now gone to be with Phillip — and I love that. So one more thing, when you as women think you can’t fight one more day for what you believe in, as women are fighting here for so many things, just think of the Queen, who never gave up doing the right thing for everything that she believed in. Plain and simple, she was a Warrior Queen. For me, she is a great inspiration, and who she was as a woman, will live in my heart forever. Tonight, we will all sing for the Queen. This is ‘Landslide.” If you know it, sing along.”
Edge of Seventeen (DGB519)
- Outside the Rain
- If Anyone Falls
- Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
- For What It’s Worth (Buffalo Springfield cover)
- Wild Heart
- Bella Donna
- Free Fallin’ (Tom Petty cover)
- Stand Back
- Gold Dust Woman
- Edge of Seventeen
- Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin cover)
Bella Donna (4), The Wild Heart (4), Fleetwood Mac (5), covers (3)
|Lead Vocals||Stevie Nicks|
|Guitar and Musical Director||Waddy Wachtel|
|Background Vocals||Sharon Celani and Marilyn Martin|