Stevie Nicks Adds 13 More Performances to 2023 Tour

Stevie Nicks has added 13 shows to her 2023 tour, including one at Buffalo’s KeyBank Center. Tickets go on sale Friday morning starting at 10am.

She first gained fame with Fleetwood Mac in the 1970s and 1980s; since then she has made waves as both an accomplished solo artist and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Her hits “Landslide,” “Rhiannon,” and “Dreams” have reached #1 worldwide chart positions.

Nicks still exudes that magic that propelled her career with Fleetwood Mac and on her own. To kick off her latest North American arena tour on Tuesday night at Milwaukee’s Fiserv Forum, she performed 17 songs over an hour-and-a-half set that mixed songs from both periods in her career – both when performing as part of Fleetwood Mac as well as her solo work – supported by an impeccable touring group.

She was an unstoppable force on stage, dancing and gesturing in delight to her fans’ delight. At times she appeared to channel the gypsy spirit that made her famous through both music and her signature style featuring lace scarves, capes and shawls aplenty – all hallmarks of gypsy fashion!

Nicks paid her late friends and collaborators Tom Petty and Christine McVie an emotional tribute with several songs dedicated to them: she opened with Petty’s “Runnin’ Down a Dream,” told their stories as photos were shown on stage screens for “Stop Draggin My Heart Around,” then ended the show with her emotional performance of “Free Fallin,” an emotive track written especially for McVie after her passing last year.

Early in “Dreams,” she made one small misstep, when she temporarily forgot some lines near the end. While this momentary slip up wasn’t major, it did show how sensitively and empathically she engaged with her audience.

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