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Stevie Nicks' 2023 Tour Now Officially Extended Into 2024 as Fleetwood Mac Songstress Adds Seven Additional Dates

The singer will now be making her way to Atlantic City, New Orleans, and elsewhere

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Stevie Nicks onstage at Bonaroo 2022

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Stevie Nicks, already in the midst of whirling and twirling her flowing dresses across stages throughout the U.S., has announced that she'll be extending her tour beyond 2023 and taking it into seven additional cities in the early months of 2024.

Nicks' shows have consistently entertained fans of her solo work as well the many years she spent within the ranks of Fleetwood Mac, but she got a bonus boost back in June when Rhino/Atlantic released her Complete Studio Albums and Rarities box set, a 10-disc collection which contains all eight of Nicks' solo albums alongside a 2-disc collection of rare and hard-to-find tracks from throughout her solo career.

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Nicks kicked off her solo career in 1981 with the release of her debut studio album, Bella Donna. The LP quickly made its way to the top of the Billboard 200, firmly establishing Nicks as someone who definitely did not need to be a member of Fleetwood Mac to shift massive amounts of music. That said, she's nonetheless spent a good chunk of her musical career in the band, having been in the group from 1975–1991, rejoining to participate in the Clinton inauguration performance, and then formally rejoining the band again in 1997. Since then, she's never left, although the band itself has certainly taken the occasional break during those years.

Recently, the acknowledgement by both Nicks and her former bandmate/boyfriend Lindsey Buckingham of the anniversary of their lone joint LP as Buckingham-Nicks caused rumors to swirl that the twosome might finally mend fences and work together again. This, of course, is the same sort of unfounded speculation that pops up constantly, but...come to think of it, it would be nice, wouldn't it? But no one's holding their breath, nor does anyone need to as long as Nicks continues to take to the road and deliver a plethora of Fleetwood Mac tracks along with classics from her own back catalog.

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Stevie Nicks, doubtlessly wearing a gossamer tunic

The full list of tour dates can be found below, but rather than place the newly-announced dates at the top, we decided to avoid confusion and just keep them in chronological order:


  • Wed Sep 27 — Pittsburgh, PA — PPG Paints Arena
  • Sun Oct 01 — New York, NY — Madison Square Garden
  • Wed Oct 04 — Buffalo, NY — KeyBank Center
  • Sat Oct 07 — Baltimore, MD — M&T Bank Stadium*
  • Sat Oct 28 — Memphis, TN — FedExForum
  • Wed Nov 01 — Savannah, GA — Enmarket Arena
  • Sat Nov 04 — Allentown, PA — PPL Center
  • Tue Nov 07 — Detroit, MI — Little Caesars Arena
  • Fri Nov 10 — Minneapolis, MN — U.S. Bank Stadium*
  • Wed Nov 29 — San Diego, CA — Viejas Arena
  • Sat Dec 02 — Inglewood, CA — The Kia Forum
  • Tue Dec 05 — Palm Desert, CA — Acrisure Arena
  • Fri Dec 08 — Phoenix, AZ — Chase Field*
  • Tue Dec 12 – Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
  • Fri Dec 15 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center


  • Sat Feb 10 – Atlantic City, NJ – Mark G Etess Arena+
  • Wed Feb 14 – Belmont Park, NY – UBS Arena+
  • Wed Feb 21 – Greenville, SC – Bon Secours Wellness Arena+
  • Sat Feb 24 – Hollywood, FL — Hard Rock Live +
  • Wed Feb 28 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center+
  • Sun Mar 03 – Omaha, NE – CHI Health Center+
  • Wed Mar 06 – North Little Rock, AR – Simmons Bank Arena+
  • Sat Mar 09 – Arlington, TX – AT&T Stadium*

+ On Sale September 29th

* With Billy Joel


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