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Old 09-13-2016, 04:41 PM
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With the latest news that Stevie will be including songs such as Rooms on Fire to her set and other popular songs that she hasn't done for a while, it looks like this tour has a good chance of coming to Europe.

She could easily fill venues here in the UK. Ok, maybe not the O2 arena in London with a capacity of 20,000+ but the main arena in my city holds around 8,000 and I know that with her popularity here she could definitely fill most of that, if not all of it.

Please come to Europe Stevie!
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Old 09-17-2016, 08:46 AM
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With the latest news that Stevie will be including songs such as Rooms on Fire to her set and other popular songs that she hasn't done for a while, it looks like this tour has a good chance of coming to Europe.

She could easily fill venues here in the UK. Ok, maybe not the O2 arena in London with a capacity of 20,000+ but the main arena in my city holds around 8,000 and I know that with her popularity here she could definitely fill most of that, if not all of it.

Please come to Europe Stevie!
Yes! Please, please, please! Can we e-mail someone about this?

If she did come to EU when would it be announced at the latest do you think?

BTW, where did you read about Rooms on Fire?
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Old 09-17-2016, 09:00 AM
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If she does any shows outside of the States they will be in Australia ...If that goes well there could be a slim chance of her playing the UK...
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December 17, Vegas.
Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino.
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December 17, Vegas.
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I wonder what the VIP presale code for the VIP package will be on the 30th?
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Old 09-27-2016, 02:36 PM
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Chrissie Hynde? Maybe Stevie should scrape the barrel a bit more and book Pat Benatar as well. She probably won’t bring the tour to Europe, so my enthusiasm and excitement for it are non-existent. She's kidding herself if she thinks she will sell out those venues, she barely managed to do it at the peak of her career in the 1980s. She needs to swallow her pride and play theatres. Her idea of shaking up the set list will probably be nothing more than adding a few songs from 24 Karat Gold alongside the same old staples. She has a huge back catalogue that she ignores every time she goes out on the road, she's dull nowadays, it's no wonder people see her as a has-been. To be honest, her attitude towards Fleetwood Mac over the last year is disappointing. She always said she would love Christine to come back, but she can't even give the band three songs to play around with in the studio, it would serve her right if they forge on ahead without her.
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Old 09-27-2016, 03:22 PM
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Chrissie Hynde? Maybe Stevie should scrape the barrel a bit more
pretty sure that's what Rod Stewart fans thought when Stevie was desperate to reclaim a an audience that wrote her off and forgot about her when she was his opening act not too long ago, and she got up on stage with him and stood there behind a mike stand

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Old 09-27-2016, 07:09 PM
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Damn maybe I should have waited lol.
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Old 10-17-2016, 05:38 PM
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Chrissie Hynde? Maybe Stevie should scrape the barrel a bit more and book Pat Benatar as well. She probably wonít bring the tour to Europe, so my enthusiasm and excitement for it are non-existent. She's kidding herself if she thinks she will sell out those venues, she barely managed to do it at the peak of her career in the 1980s. She needs to swallow her pride and play theatres. Her idea of shaking up the set list will probably be nothing more than adding a few songs from 24 Karat Gold alongside the same old staples. She has a huge back catalogue that she ignores every time she goes out on the road, she's dull nowadays, it's no wonder people see her as a has-been. To be honest, her attitude towards Fleetwood Mac over the last year is disappointing. She always said she would love Christine to come back, but she can't even give the band three songs to play around with in the studio, it would serve her right if they forge on ahead without her.
Pleasure to meet another Stevie fan! As for scraping the barrel, I'm a huge fan of Pat Benatar and agree that would be a great double bill. I'm sure you remember when Fleetwood Mac, Pat Benatar, and REO Speedwagon toured together in the 1990's.
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Old 10-19-2016, 03:00 PM
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Travel Weekly Stevie Nicks to open Park Theater
By Tovin Lapan / October 17, 2016

http://www.travelweekly.com/North-Am...n-Park-Theater

Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks will headline the first concert at the forthcoming Park Theater at Monte Carlo.

The performance by the singer and songwriter will be Dec. 17, and will also feature the Pretenders. The 5,000-seat theater features a layout with no seat farther than 145 feet from the stage and a host of technological bells and whistles including a 240-foot-wide immersive projection surface, 3-D motion graphics and an 80-foot-wide LED display with 4K resolution.

"Stevie Nicks is a legend in the music industry, and we are thrilled she will be the first to perform in our new Park Theater," said Richard Sturm, president of entertainment for MGM Resorts International, in a release. "We have had the opportunity to host a number of Stevie's previous Las Vegas shows, and we know she will give her fans another sensational performance in December."

Nicks, a multiplatinum-selling artist, has had six top 10 albums and eight Grammy nominations. As a member of Fleetwood Mac, Nicks performed 122 sold-out shows around the world in 2014 and 2015. As a solo artist and with Fleetwood Mac, Nicks has sold more than 140 million albums.

Park Theater will serve as the gateway to MGM Resorts' the Park entertainment district, tucked between New York-New York and Monte Carlo and punctuated by the recently opened T-Mobile Arena. The Park Theater is the first step in the renovation of the Monte Carlo.

"This new space is unlike any venue in the MGM Resorts portfolio. Guests will be wowed to see their favorite entertainers, like Stevie, in such an intimate environment with unbelievable sound and video capabilities," Sturm said. "And no guest should miss having a drink on one of our outdoor terraces overlooking the T-Mobile Arena and the Park, the city's newest outdoor dining and entertainment district."

Tickets start at $95, and can be purchased at parktheaterlv.com. Tickets also can be purchased through the MGM Resorts Call Center at 866-740-7711. For more information, visit parktheaterlv.com.
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Old 12-25-2016, 02:46 PM
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what I know
tour with Pretenders
new album
Dave is out
Major Producer in
New Gypsy in Major Movie
FMac tour '17
Stevie still has not contributed as of yet
few hints at other projects
Congratulations to you and a very merry Christmas. No one believed you when you told us about this news in September but if this article is to be believed then you have become a credible source for future information.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...d95526dafce558
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I'm super confident it's really happening. 60 Minutes is running ads for this Sunday night, featuring both Stevie and Chrissie Hynde. I only just caught the end of the ad, but the voice over was worded such that it sounded like they were on their way! The Pretenders have shows in the UK until mid October but nothing after that, so that fits with Stevie's mention of leaving for Australia in "late October" (though it still might be later than that in reality).

Pretty much all FM/Stevie tours here coincide with a 60 Minutes story, so I'm hoping for a proper announcement in the next week
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Oh wow. Cool. It makes sense since Stevie has the time. Plus she loves this tour and keeps extending it. Its a great show.
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And there you have it!
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