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24 Karat Gold Tour

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Stevie Nicks24 Karat Gold Tour ran from October 25, 2016 until November 24, 2017. Stevie performed shows in the U.S., Canada, England, Australia, and New Zealand.

Stevie initially supported the release of her eighth solo album 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault with a North American tour. Planned to be a 27-city tour of the U.S. and Canada, the tour began in Phoenix, Arizona, on October 25, 2016 and ended in Los Angeles, California, on December 18, 2016. But due to strong ticket sales in major markets — including sellouts at Madison Square Garden in New York on December 1 and The Forum in Los Angeles on December 18 — Stevie added 20 additional dates in the new year, focused on the secondary concert market. Leg 2 of the tour kicked off in Reno, Nevada, on February 23, 2017 and ended on April 6, 2017 in Long Island, New York.

At the end of Leg 1 (at the Inglewood show), Stevie told the audience that she might be extending the tour to Australia, but didn’t know for sure. She kept those hopes alive at the end of Leg 2 (at the Uniondale show), telling the crowd that Australia tour may kick off in the fall.

On August 9, 2017, Stevie officially announced that she would be touring Australia and New Zealand in November. The third and final leg of the tour began in Perth, West Australia, on November 2, 2017. The shows continued throughout the month, wrapping up in Dunedin, New Zealand, on November 24, 2017.

The 24 Karat Gold Tour has been Stevie’s most successful solo tour, to date.

Deep Cuts

For the 24 Karat Gold Tour, Stevie refreshed her concert setlist, performing an eclectic mix of songs from her vast career catalog. Half of the set was comprised of material from what Stevie dubbed, “the gothic trunk of lost songs.” These deeper cuts were “Gold and Braid,” “Belle Fleur,” “Wild Heart,” “Bella Donna,” “New Orleans,” “Starshine,” “Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream),” “If You Were My Love,” and the  Buckingham-Nicks-era track “Crying in the Night.” The remaining songs consisted of classics from her solo and Fleetwood Mac catalog, most of which were performed toward the end of the shows (“Stand Back,” “Gold Dust Woman,” “Edge of Seventeen, “Rhiannon,” and “Landslide.”)

As the tour progressed, Stevie told detailed stories behind her songs to the joy or frustration of fans, depending on their desired concert experience. She aspired not to perform “the same show you’ve probably seen a million times.”

The Pretenders

 The Pretenders accompanied Stevie on the tour, opening the shows. Led by the venerable Chrissie Hynde, The Pretenders showcased an equally impressive career catalog with songs like “Back on the Chain Gang,” “Don’t Get Me Wrong,” and “I’ll Stand By You.” Chrissie joined Stevie onstage later in the show for the duet “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” from Stevie’s first solo album Bella Donna (1981). To see the setlist that The Pretenders performed at each of these shows, click here.

The tour continued without incident until The Pretenders reached Florida, where Chrissie acquired a respiratory infection. The Pretenders ended up canceling three performances (Jacksonville, FL; Charlotteville, VA; and Baltimore, MD). Chrissie later apologized for the cancellations, providing an explanation on her Facebook page.

Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert

On March 29 and March 31, 2017, camera crews filmed the Indianapolis and Pittsburgh shows, respectively. Trafalgar Releasing released the footage in Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert, a film that briefly screened in select theaters on October 21 and 25, 2020. The film was made available through video-on-demand from October 29 to November 5, 2020. 

Stevie Nicks

24 Karat Gold The Concert (Official Trailer)

Official Tour Promo Clip

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Leg 1: US/Canada (Fall 2016)

With The Pretenders

Show Date Venue City Recap
1 October 25, 2016 Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix, AZ Recap
2 October 27, 2016 Pepsi Arena Denver, CO Recap
3 October 29, 2016 Toyota Center Houston, TX Recap
4 October 30, 2016 American Airlines Center Dallas, TX Recap
5 November 2, 2016 Amalie Arena Tampa, FL Recap
6 November 4, 2016 BB&T Center Sunrise (Ft. Lauderdale), FL Recap
7 November 6, 2016 Philips Arena Atlanta, GA Recap
8 November 7, 2016 Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN Recap
9 November 10, 2016 Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte, NC Recap
10 November 12, 2016 Colonial Life Arena Columbia, SC Recap
11 November 14, 2016 Verizon Center Washington, DC Recap
12 November 15, 2016 TD Garden Boston, MA Recap
13 November 19, 2016 Sands Bethlehem Event Center Bethlehem, PA Recap
14 November 20, 2016 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA Recap
15 November 23, 2016 Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, MI Recap
16 November 25, 2016 Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, CT Recap
17 November 27, 2016 The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills (Detroit), MI Recap
18 November 29, 2016 Air Canada Centre Toronto, ON (Canada) Recap
19 December 1, 2016 Madison Square Garden New York, NY Recap
20 December 3, 2016 United Center Chicago, IL Recap
21 December 5, 2016 Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln, NE Recap
22 December 6, 2016 Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, MN Recap
23 December 9, 2016 Pepsi Live @ Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC (Canada) Recap
24 December 11, 2016 Key Arena Seattle, WA Recap
25 December 13, 2016 Golden 1 Center Sacramento, CA Recap
26 December 14, 2016 SAP Center San Jose, CA Recap
27 December 17, 2018 Park Theater @ Monte Carlos Las Vegas, CA Recap
28 December 18, 2016 The Forum Inglewood, CA (Los Angeles) Recap

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Leg 2: US (Winter/Spring 2017)

With The Pretenders

29 February 23, 2017 Reno Events Center Reno, NV Recap
30 February 25, 2017 Vivint Smart Home Arena Salt Lake City, UT Recap
31 February 28, 2017 Moda Center Portland, OR Recap
32 March 2, 2017 Viejas Arena San Diego, CA Recap
33 March 6, 2017 BOK Center Tulsa, OK Recap
34 March 8, 2017 FedEx Forum Memphis, TN Recap
35 March 10, 2017 CenturyLink Center Bossier City, LA Recap
36 March 12, 2017 Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX Recap
37 March 15, 2017 Smoothie King Center New Orleans, LA Recap
38 March 17, 2017 Nationwide Arena Columbus, OH Recap
39 March 19, 2017 PNC Arena Raleigh, NC Recap
40 March 21, 2017 Amway Center Orlando, FL Recap
41* March 23, 2017 Jacksonville Arena Jacksonville, FL Recap
42* March 25, 2017 John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville, VA Recap
43* March 26, 2017 Royal Farms Arena Baltimore, MD Recap
44^ March 29, 2017 Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis, IN Recap
45^ March 31, 2017 PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh, PA Recap
46 April 2, 2017 Prudential Center Newark, NJ Recap
47 April 5, 2017 SNHU Arena Manchester, NH Recap
48 April 6, 2017 Nassau Coliseum Long Island, NY Recap

*  The Pretenders did not perform at this show due to illness.
Filmed for PBS Soundstage

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Leg 3: Miscellaneous Shows

Show Date Event Venue City Recap
49 July 9, 2017 Tom Petty Hyde Park London, England Recap
FM July 16, 2017 The Classic West** Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Recap
Guest July 22, 2017 Don Henley^^ American Airlines Center Dallas, TX Recap
FM July 30, 2017 The Classic East** Citi Field Corona, NY Recap
50 August 23, 2017 24 Karat Gold Tour Resch Center Green Bay, WI Recap
51 August 25, 2017 24 Karat Gold Tour Minnesota State Fair St. Paul, MN Recap
52 September 9, 2017 24 Karat Gold Tour Ravinia Festival Chicago, IL Recap
53 September 10, 2017 24 Karat Gold Tour Ravinia Festival Chicago, IL Recap
54 September 13, 2017 24 Karat Gold Tour The Family Arena St. Charles, Mo Recap
55 September 15, 2017 24 Karat Gold Tour The Covelli Centre Youngstown, OH Recap
56 September 24, 2017 24 Karat Gold Tour Bourbon & Beyond Festival Louisville, KY Recap

~ Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 40th Anniversary Tour
* Fleetwood Mac, Journey, and Earth Wind & Fire
^^ Don Henley’s 70th’s Birthday Celebration Concert

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Leg 4: Australia/New Zealand

With The Pretenders

Show Date Venue Location Promoter Recap
57 November 2, 2017 Perth Arena Perth, WA Live Nation Recap
58 November 4, 2017 Botanic Park Adelaide, SA   Recap
59 November 7, 2017 ICC Sydney Theatre Sydney, NSW Live Nation Recap
60 Wednesday, November 8 ICC Sydney Theatre Sydney, NSW Live Nation Recap
61` Saturday, November 11 Bimbadgen Hunter Valley, NSW  Roundhouse/AAMI/
62` Sunday, November 12 Sirromet Wines Mt. Cotton, QLD  Roundhouse/AAMI/
63 Thursday, November 16 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, VIC Live Nation Recap
64` Saturday, November 18  Rochford Wines Yarra Valley, VIC  Roundhouse/AAMI/
65 Monday, November 20 Spark Arena Auckland, NZ   Recap
66 Tuesday, November 21 Spark Arena Auckland, NZ   Recap
67 Friday, November 24 Forsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin, NZ   Recap

` A Day on the Green concert event

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Touring Band

Opening Night Set List (10/25/16)

Singer Stevie Nicks, the multi-platinum, Grammy® Award Winning-music icon today announced The 24 Karat Gold Tour. Produced exclusively by Live Nation, the 27-city tour with Pretenders, will begin on October 25 at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona and will see the legendary Nicks perform throughout North America this Fall with shows scheduled in New York City, Los Angeles, Toronto, Vancouver, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta and more.

American Express Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Wednesday, September 7 at 10:00 a.m. through Sunday, September 11 at 10:00 p.m. Tickets go on sale beginning Monday, September 12 at www.livenation.com.

Nicks, a multi-platinum selling artist – dubbed “the reigning queen of rock and roll” by Rolling Stone Magazine has had six Top Ten albums and 8 Grammy nominations. Her 2014 album 24 Karat Gold – Songs From The Vault debuted at No. 7 on Billboard’s Top 200 Charts. As a member of Fleetwood Mac, Nicks recently performed 122 sold out shows around the world during 2014-2015. Collectively as a solo artist and Fleetwood Mac band member, Nicks has sold over 140 million albums and won several Grammys.

The Pretenders cross the bridge between punk, new wave and Top 40 pop music more than any other band, with hit songs like “I’ll Stand By You,” “Back On The Chain Gang” and “Don’t Get Me Wrong.” The band has sold over 25 million albums and founder & leader Chrissie Hynde is one of contemporary music’s greatest songwriters. Chrissie most recently released the album Stockholm and a 2015 memoir, Reckless: My Life As a Pretender, hailed by the New York Times upon its release as “honest and distinctive…first and foremost, a love letter to rock and roll.”

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