The performer is presently traveling. A few dates have been revealed by Stevie Nicks for her planned 2024 North American headline tour. In February of the following year, the former Fleetwood Mac vocalist will go on a headlining eight-date tour. It comes after her recent run of gigs, which is scheduled to expire in December, as well as the series of solo performances she performed earlier this year. Nicks’ tour will begin on February 10 at Mark G Etess Arena in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and stop in New York, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, and Nebraska. Her tour will come to an end on March 9 at the AT&T Stadium in Little Rock, Arkansas. On September 29 at 10 a.m. local time, the general public can purchase tickets for the 2024 North American tour. To purchase tickets, click here.
The dates of Stevie Nicks’ North American tour in 2024 are:
10 – Atlantic City, NJ, Mark G Etess Arena
14 – Belmont Park, NY, UBS Arena
21 – Greenville, SC, Bon Secours Wellness Arena
24 – Hollywood, FL, Hard Rock Live
28 – New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center
3 – Omaha, NE, CHI Health Center
6 – North Little Rock, AR, Simmons Bank Arena
9 – Arlington, TX, AT&T Stadium
Nicks is presently traveling. On September 27, she will perform at Pittsburgh’s PPG Paints Arena. She will then stop in New York, Tennessee, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and several Californian cities before continuing on. Nicks reviewed Daisy Jones & The Six on Amazon Prime Video last month after seeing it a second time. The singer shared her opinions on her most recent rewatch of the Prime Video series on social media. I’ve just finished my second viewing of Daisy Jones & The Six. Riley’s tale wasn’t really mine at first, but that changed very quickly. She continued, “I felt like a ghost watching my own story because it brought back memories. For me, it was quite emotional. I only wish Christine [McVie] had been able to see it. She would have been thrilled. I’m hoping it will go on.” Nicks also released a statement regarding the August flames that ravaged Maui. The singer-songwriter wrote a lengthy statement that she uploaded on her Instagram page, in which she expressed her sorrow at the island’s devastation by fire and her concern for her family.