Nicks’ joint tour with Idol – dubbed ‘Two Icons, One Night’ – will encompass seven shows between March and September. Her own tour will fill in the gaps between those dates; the Fleetwood Mac member will embark on 14 solo concerts, kicking off at Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena on March 15.
From there, Nicks will take to venues in New Orleans, Nashville and Orlando throughout April and May, before wrapping up the headline shows in Louisville on June 27. Pre-sale tickets will be available through Live Nation this Thursday (January 26) with the general sale opening the following day (January 27) here. See the full list of dates for Stevie Nicks’ solo tour below.
Earlier this month, Nicks was announced alongside Brandi Carlile, Paul McCartney, and Steven Tyler as a featured artist on Dolly Parton’s upcoming album ‘Rock Star’. The country singer revealed she had “finished the song [with Nicks] last night”. Nicks is joined on the album’s guestlist by Cher, Pink, and Steve Perry of Journey.
Last week, actor Margot Robbie expressed interest in portraying Nicks in a potential biopic. When asked by NME of musicians worthy of the film treatment, Robbie said “Stevie Nicks would be fun”. Rumours of a Lindsay Lohan-starring Nicks biopic were denied by the singer in 2011.
Stevie Nicks’ 2023 US tour dates are:
Wednesday 15 – Seattle, Climate Pledge Arena
Saturday 18 – Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena
Thursday 23 – San Francisco, Chase Center
Sunday 26 – Sacramento, Golden 1 Center
Thursday 30 – Oklahoma City, Paycom Center
Sunday 2 – New Orleans, Smoothie King Center
Wednesday 5 – Birmingham, The Legacy Arena at BJCC
Friday 12 – Raleigh, PNC Arena
Tuesday 16 – Knoxville, Thompson-Boling Arena
Monday 22 – Atlanta, State Farm Arena
Tuesday 25 – Orlando, Amway Center
Tuesday 20 – Toronto, Scotiabank Arena
Friday 23 – Chicago, United Center
Tuesday 27 – Louisville, KFC Yum! Center