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Stevie Nicks


White Winged Dove | Wild Heart| Rock A Little| The Other Side of the Mirror| Timespace: Whole Lotta Trouble| Street Angel| Enchanted | Millenium Shows

White Winged Dove - 1981
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Setlist    
Bella Donna    
Kind Of Woman    
Stop Draggin' My Heart Around  
Think About It  
After The Glitter Fades    
Edge Of Seventeen    
How Still My Love  
Leather And Lace    
Outside The Rain    
Blue Lamp    
Gold And Braid    
I Need To Know  
Rhiannon    
Dreams  
Gold Dust Woman    
Sara    
Angel
Tour Schedule  
Date City Venue
1981 - American Tour  
November 27 Houston, Texas  
November 28 Houston, Texas  
November 29 Dallas, Texas Reunion Arena
December 3 Oakland, California Oakland Coliseum
December 5 Tempe, Arizona Compton Terrace (?)
December 6 Los Angeles, California Fox Wilshire Theater
December 7 Los Angeles, California Fox Wilshire Theater
December 8 Los Angeles, California Fox Wilshire Theater
December 12 Los Angeles, California Fox Wilshire Theater
December 13 Los Angeles, California Fox Wilshire Theater
Notation: Although not part of the White Winged Dove Tour, Stevie Nicks also played at the Rose Bowl "Peace Sunday" Benefit at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on June 6, 1982. The setlist included 'Sara,' 'I Need To Know,' 'Edge of Seventeen,' and 'Rhiannon'.

 

Wild Heart - 1983
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Setlist    
Stop Draggin' My Heart Around  
Edge Of Seventeen    
How Still My Love  
Leather And Lace  
Outside The Rain  
If Anyone Falls    
Enchanted  
Stand Back    
Beauty And The Beast    
I Need To Know    
Gold Dust Woman    
Dreams    
Rhiannon    
Sara    
Gold And Braid    

Exceptions:

  • Nicks sang "Angel" and "Gold And Braid" during an abbreviated set at the US Festival, May 30, 1983.
  • Nicks sang "I Will Run to You" & "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" with Tom Petty at Radio City Music Hall, Sept. 13, 1983.
Tour Schedule  
Date City Venue
1983 - American Tour  
May 30 San Bernardino, California Devore Park/US Festival II
June 21 Knoxville, Tennessee Civic Coliseum
June 23 Norfolk, Virginia The Scope
June 24 East Rutherford, New Jersey Meadowlands Arena
June 27 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
June 28 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
July 2 Buffalo, New York War Memorial
July 3 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Civic Center
July 6 Worcester, Massachusetts Centrum
July 7 Landover, Maryland Capitol Center
July 10 Greensboro, North Carolina Coliseum
July 11 Atlanta, Georgia The Omni
July 14 Kansas City, Missouri Kemper Arena
July 15 Minneapolis, Minnesota Met Center
July 17 Chicago, Illinois Rosemont Horizon
July 18 Chicago, Illinois Rosemont Horizon
July 19 Toronto, Ontario, Canada CNE Bandshell
July 21 Cuyahaga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
July 22 Cuyahaga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
July 23 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
July 26 St. Louis, Missouri Checkerdome
July 27 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena
July 30 Alpine Valley, Wisconsin Music Theatre
July 31 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverfront Coliseum
August 31 Austin, Texas  
September 5 Dallas, Texas Reunion Arena
September 9 Bristol, Rhode Island  
September 12 New York, New York Radio City Music Hall
September 13 New York, New York Radio City Music Hall
September 17 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Oklahoma Myriad
September 24 Irvine, California Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
September 25 Tempe, Arizona Compton Terrace
October 2 Los Angeles, California Inglewood Forum
October 4 Oakland, California Oakland Coliseum
October 21 Columbia, South Carolina Carolina Coliseum
October 22 Columbia, South Carolina Carolina Coliseum
October 25 Charleston, West Virginia Charleston Civic Center
October 26 Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke Civic Center
October 29 Tuscaloosa, Alabama University of Alabama
October 30 Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi Coliseum
November 2 Jacksonville, Florida Memorial Coliseum
November 4 Lakeland, Florida Lakeland Civic Center
November 5 Miami, Florida Sportatorium
November 8 Columbia, Missouri University of Missouri
November 9 Starkville, Mississippi Mississippi State University
November 12 Tulsa, Oklahoma Assembly Center
November 13 Little Rock, Arkansas T.H. Barton Coliseum
November 16 Madison, Wisconsin Dane County Arena
November 19 Iowa City, Iowa University of Iowa
November 20 Ames, Iowa Iowa State University

Notations:

  • Chicago IL 7/17 is unconfirmed.
  • Columbia SC was postponed from 10/21 to 11/24.
  • Charlotte NC was postponed from 10/22 to 11/23.

 

Rock A Little - 1986
Sponsors N/A
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Setlist    
Outside The Rain  
Dreams    
Talk To Me  
I Need To Know  
No Spoken Word  
Beauty And The Beast    
Leather And Lace  
I Can't Wait    
Stand Back    
Stop Draggin' My Heart Around  
How Still My Love    
Edge Of Seventeen    
Rhiannon    
Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You  
Tour Schedule  
Date City Venue
1986 - American Tour  
April 11 Houston, Texas The Summit
April 12 Austin, Texas Frank Irwan Center
April 15 Dallas, Texas Reunion Center
April 16 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma The Myriad
April 19 Iowa City, Iowa  
April 22 Lexington, Kentucky Rupp Arena
April 25 Baton Rouge, Louisianna  
May 2 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Civic Center
May 3 Providence, Rhode Island  
May 6 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  
May 7 Baltimore, Maryland Civic Center
May 30 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena
May 31 East Troy, Wisconscin Alpine Valley
June 2 Worchester, Massachusetts Centrum
June 4 Worchester, Massachusetts Centrum
June 8 Wantaugh, New York Jones Beach
June 9 Wantaugh, New York Jones Beach
June 17 Holmdel, New Jersey Garden State Arts Center
June 18 Holmdel, New Jersey Garden State Arts Center
June 21 Chicago, Illinois Poplar Creek
June 22 Clarkston, Michigan  
June 28 Tempe, Arizona Compton Terrance
June 29 Orange County, California Pacific Amphitheatre
July 14 Mountain View, California Shoreline Amphitheatre
July 17 Sacramento, California California Expo
July 18 Los Angeles, California The Forum
August 2 Landover, Maryland  
August 5 New York City, New York Madison Square Gardens
August 17 Middletown, New York  
August 28 Long Beach, California Long Beach Sports Arena
"Tough On Toxics Benefit"
1986 - Australian Tour    
September 24 Sydney, Australia Sydney Entertainment Center
September 25 Sydney, Australia Sydney Entertainment Center
September 27 Brisbane, Australia Brisbane Entertainment Center
September 29 Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Festival Hall
September 30 Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Festival Hall
October 1 Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Festival Hall
October 4 Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Festival Hall
October 6 Sydney, Australia Sydney Entertainment Center

Notations:

  • At the August 28th "Tough On Toxics Benefit", Stevie performed "Stand Back," "Rhiannon," Edge of Seventeen" and "Leather & Lace" with Don Henley. Lindsey Buckingham performed "Never Going Back Again" and "I'm So Afraid."

 

 

The Other Side of the Mirror - 1989
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Setlist    
Outside The Rain  
Dreams    
Rooms On Fire  
Gold Dust Woman  
Alice  
No Spoken Word    
How Still My Love  
Beauty And The Beast    
Stand Back    
Whole Lotta Trouble  
Two Kinds Of Love    
Edge Of Seventeen    
Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You  
Tour Schedule  
Date City Venue
1989 - American Tour  
August 16 Detroit, Michigan Pine Knob Amphitheatre
August 17 Toronto, Canada Canadian National Expo
August 19 Mansfield, Massachusetts Greatwoods Arts Center
August 20 Mansfield, Massachusetts Greatwoods Arts Center
August 22 Ottawa, Canada The Fair
August 23 Portland, Maine Old Orchard Beach
August 25 Wantaugh, New York Jones Beach
August 26 Atlantic City, New Jersey Bally's Casino
August 28 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mann Music Center
August 29 Saratoga, New York Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 31 Syracuse, New York State Fair
September 1 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civic Arena
September 3 Columbia, Maryland Merriweather Post Pavilion
September 5 Holmdel, New Jersey Garden Stat Arts Center
September 6 Holmdel, New Jersey Garden Stat Arts Center
September 8 Bristol, Connecticut Lake Compounce
September 9 Wantaugh, New York Jones Beach
September 11 Buffalo, New York Memorial Auditorium
September 12 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
September 14 St. Louis, Missouri The Muni
September 15 Chicago, Illinois Poplar Creek
September 17 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Alpine Valley
September 18 Minneapolis, Minnesota The Met Center
September 27 Atlanta, Georgia Lakewood Amphitheatre
September 29 Orlando, Florida Orlando Arena
September 30 Miami, Florida Miami Arena
October 1 Tampa, Florida Sun Dome
(Uncomfirmed)
October 4 Biloxi, Mississippi Gulfport Coliseum
October 6 Dallas, Texas Starplex Amphitheatre
October 8 Houston, Texas The Summit
October 9 Austin, Texas Frank Irwin Center
October 11 Denver, Colorado McNichols Arena
October 13 Phoenix, Arizona Compton Terrace
October 14 Costa Mesa, California Pacific Amphitheatre
October 18 Sacramento, California Cal Expo
October 20 San Jose, California Shoreline Amphitheatre
October 21 Las Vegas, Nevada Aladdin Theatre
October 23 Los Angeles, California Greek Theatre
With Special Guests - Hooters
October 24 Los Angeles, California Greek Theatre
With Special Guests - Hooters
October 25 Los Angeles, California Greek Theatre
With Special Guests - Hooters
1989 - European Tour    
November 14 Dublin, Ireland  
November 16 Birmingham, Holland Nec Arena
November 19 Paris, France  
November 21 Rotterdam, Holland Ahoy Hall
November 27 London, England Wembley Arena

Notations:

  • A show which was scheduled for the Concord Pavillion on October 17, 1989 was cancelled due to an earthquake.

 

Timespace: Whole Lotta Trouble - 1991
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Setlist    
Outside The Rain  
Dreams    
I Need To Know  
Talk To Me  
Beauty And The Beast  
Stop Draggin' My Heart Around  
Rooms On Fire  
If Anyone Falls    
Stand Back    
Whole Lotta Trouble  
Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You  
Edge Of Seventeen    
Rhiannon  
Tour Schedule  
Date City Venue
1991 - American Tour  
July 9 Houston, Texas Woodlands Pavilion
July 11 Dallas, Texas Starplex Amphitheatre
July 13 Charlotte, North Carolina Blockbuster Pavilion
July 14 Atlanta, Georgia Lakewood Amphitheatre
July 17 Columbia, Maryland Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 19 Mansfield, Massachusetts Greatwoods Arts Center
July 20 Nashua, New Hampshire Holman Stadium
July 22 Holmdel, New Jersey Garden State Arts Center
July 23 Wantaugh, New York Jones Beach
July 25 Bristol, Connecticut Lake Compounce
July 26 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mann Music Center
July 28 Saratoga Springs, New York Saratoga Arts Center
July 31 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
August 2 Atlantic City, New Jersey Mark Etess Arena
August 3 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Starlake Amphitheatre
August 6 Toronto, Ontario Kingswood
August 8 Chicago, Illinois Poplar Creek
August 9 East Troy, Wisconsin Alpine Valley
August 11 Denver, Colorado Red Rocks Amphitheatre
August 14 Concord, California Concord Pavillion
August 15 San Jose, California Shoreline Amphitheatre
August 17 Greek Theater Shoreline Amphitheatre
August 18 Irvine, California Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
November 14 Los Angeles, California The Whiskey a Go-Go

Notations:

  • Nicks also performed 11-14-91 at the Whiskey in Los Angeles. The show was broadcast live on KLSX-FM radio.

 

Street Angel - 1994
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Setlist    
Outside The Rain  
Dreams    
Docklands  
No Spoken Word  
Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind  
Rhiannon  
Destiny  
Gold Dust Woman    
Talk To Me    
Blue Denim  
Edge Of Seventeen  
I Need To Know    
Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You  
Tour Schedule  
Date City Venue
1994 - American Tour  
July 22 Mansfield, Massachusetts Greatwoods Art Center
July 24 Wantaugh, New York Jones Beach
July 29 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Star Lake Amphitheatre
July 30 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mann Music Center
August 1 Holmdel, New Jersey Garden State Arts Center
August 10 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Centre
August 14 Chicago, Illinois Poplar Creek Music Center
August 17 Kansas City, Kansas Sandstone Amphitheatre
August 20 Columbus, Ohio Ohio Fair - Celeste Center
August 25 Los Angeles, California Greek Theatre
August 31 Irvine, California Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
September 5 Las Vegas, Nevada  
September 9 Houston, Texas Cynthia Woods Pavillion
September 17 Los Angeles, California House Of Blues
September 18 Los Angeles, California House Of Blues

 

Enchanted - 1998
Sponsors Best Buy
Pages 21
 
Setlist    
Outside The Rain  
Dreams    
Enchanted  
Gold Dust Woman  
Gold And Braid  
Stop Draggin' My Heart Around  
After The Glitter Fades  
Garbo    
Rose Garden    
Sleeping Angel  
Stand Back  
Landslide    
Rhiannon    
Twisted    
Whole Lotta Trouble    
Edge Of Seventeen    
I Need To Know    
Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You  

Exceptions:

  • 'Stop Draggin' My Heart Around' was dropped from the setlist after the Atlanta, Georgia show for the remainder of the tour.
Tour Schedule  
Date City Venue
1998 - American Tour  
May 27 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Meadows Music Theater
May 29 Detroit, Michigan Pine Knob Music Theater
May 30 Chicago, Illinois The World
June 2 Cleveland, Ohio Blossom Music Center
June 3 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverbend Music Center
June 5 Columbus, Ohio Polaris Music Center
June 6 Indianapolis, Indiana Deer Creek Music Center
June 9 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Starlake Amphitheatre
June 12 Mansfield, Massachusetts Great Woods Center
June 13 Holmdel, New Jersey PNC Arts Center
June 14 Wantaugh, New York Jones Beach Ampitheatre
June 17 New York, New York Radio City Music Hall
June 19 Camden, New Jersey E Center
June 20 Charlotte, North Carolina Marshall Park
(Summer Sound Festival)
June 23 Virginia Beach, Virginia GTE
June 24 Manassas, Virginia Nissan Pavillion
June 26 Raleigh, North Carolina Walnut Creek Ampitheatre
June 27 Atlanta, Georgia Lakewood
June 29 Birmingham, Alabama Oak Mountain Ampitheatre
July 1 Orlando, Florida Orlando Arena
July 3 Tampa, Florida Ice Palace
July 4 West Palm Beach, Florida Coral Sky Ampitheatre
July 10 Nashville, Tennessee Starwood Ampitheatre
July 11
Date Changed
Kansas City, Missouri Sandstone Ampitheatre
July 13 Grand Rapids, Michigan Van Andel Arena
July 17 Dallas, Texas Starplex Ampitheatre
July 18 Houston, Texas The Woodlands Pavillion
July 21 Denver, Colorado Fiddler's Green
July 23 Phoenix, Arizona America West
July 25 Las Vegas, Nevada MGM Grand
July 27 Los Angeles, California Universal Amphitheatre
July 28 San Diego, California Coors Amphitheater
July 31 Irvine, California Irvine Meadows
August 1 Mountain View, California Shoreline Ampitheatre
August 2 Concord, California Concord Pavillion
August 5 Reno, Nevada Reno Amphitheater
August 7 George, Washington The Gorge
August 8 Rose Garden Portland, Oregon

Notations:

  • The following shows were originally scheduled but later cancelled: Riverport Ampitheatre (July 11; St. Louis, Missouri), Alamodome (July 16; San Antonio, Texas), and Universal Amphitheatre (July 28; Los Angeles, California).

 

Millenium Shows - 1998
Sponsors N/A  
Pages N/A  
Notation Not an actual show, but a collection of shows.
Setlist    
Outside The Rain  
Dreams    
Enchanted  
Gold Dust Woman  
Gold And Braid  
Rooms On Fire  
Stand Back  
Whole Lotta Trouble    
Rhiannon    
Landslide  
Edge Of Seventeen  
I Need To Know    
Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You  
Tour Schedule  
Date City Venue
1999/2000 - American Shows  
December 28 Los Angeles, California House Of Blues
December 29 Los Angeles, California House Of Blues
December 31 Las Vegas, Nevada House Of Blues
January 3 Los Angeles, California House Of Blues
January 4 Los Angeles, California House Of Blues
January 8 Anaheim, California Sun Theatre
January 9 Anaheim, California Sun Theatre

Information on this page was initially compiled by Marty Adelson and David Oberman with assistance from Paolo Resca, Allen Chapman, and Ian Wallace.

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