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KINDRED SPIRITS STEVIE NICKS AND CHRISSIE HYNDE TEAM TO OPEN PARK THEATER

If the touring industry has one constant, it’s the concept of classic-rock deck shuffling, with seasoned bands teaming up in different configurations each year. The concerts provide more value to fans, but too many bills tend to involve the same acts.

In contrast, Stevie Nicks touring arenas this fall with the Pretenders—led by Chrissie Hynde—feels like an inspired pairing. Each woman boasts a formidable catalog of hits, and each became an icon behind a fiercely independent mind-set. Nicks had a built-in audience, given her involvement with Fleetwood Mac, but 1981 solo debut Bella Donna and 1983’s The Wild Heart possess gothic-poet vibes decidedly distinct from the megaband’s approach. Hynde’s first few albums with the Pretenders also subverted expectations: The music was tough and tender, snarling and vulnerable, which gave those LPs enduring complexity.

These days, the two grapple with their respective legacy in different ways. Hynde seems driven to constantly reinvent herself as a musician. The Pretenders’ latest album, Alone, produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, sounds far removed from her band’s raucous early days. The title track swaggers like a deep Stones cut, while “Gotta Wait” is a stomping fuzz-blues number. The record’s also home to sinewy garage-soul (“Roadie Man”), torch songs (the clever “I Hate Myself”) and smoldering ballads (“Death Is Not Enough”). Live, the Pretenders play plenty of hits (“Middle of the Road,” “Brass in Pocket,” “I’ll Stand by You”), but also eschew notable songs like “Night in My Veins,” “Precious” and “Talk of the Town.”

Nicks isn’t resting on past achievements either, though more and more, her creative restlessness finds her excavating and reimagining gems from her career’s nooks and crannies. As its name implies, 2014’s 24 Karat Gold: Songs From the Vault features rerecorded demos of songs spanning multiple decades—highlighted by early-’80s piano boogie “Starshine” and scorching blues-rock rarity “Mabel Normand.” On this tour, Nicks has even dusted off “Crying in the Night” from her 1973 cult collaboration LP with Lindsey Buckingham, Buckingham Nicks.

Embracing the most beloved aspects of her music and persona has kept Nicks relevant with loyalists, but it has also helped younger generations discover her greatness—a phenomenon captured perfectly in a recent New Yorker essay, “The Resurgent Appeal of Stevie Nicks.”

As it turns out, the two women’s distinct approaches to legacy are complementary: Due to demand, the Nicks-Pretenders tour recently got extended into 2017. That popularity is a testament to the strength of their catalogs, of course—but also validates each’s decision to establish (and maintain) a career on her own terms. Both Nicks and Hynde have navigated tabloid distractions and commercially fallow periods, but have never lost confidence in their music.

Steve Nicks with Pretenders December 17, 8 p.m., $91-$275. Park Theater, 702-730-7777.



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Park Theater at Monte Carlo Officially Opens With Unforgettable Opening Night Performance by Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders Saturday, Dec. 17

LAS VEGAS, Dec. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Last night, MGM Resorts International celebrated the milestone grand opening of its newest live entertainment venue on the Las Vegas Strip – Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. The dazzling theater came to life with inaugural performances by legendary singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks and renowned rock group The Pretenders.

The evening began with an unforgettable performance by The Pretenders, wowing guests with rousing renditions of their most beloved songs including “I’ll Stand By You” and “Back On the Chain Gang.” Then, prior to taking the stage, Nicks was presented with an honorary key to the theater and commemorated the unveiling of the venue by autographing a backstage wall, starting a tradition for all Park Theater performers to come.

Receiving a huge ovation upon her entrance, Nicks greeted the sold-out crowd, welcoming guests to the new theater. Nicks’ performance featured a variety of hits from her multi-decade career, including “Edge of Seventeen” and “Wild Heart,” while showcasing the venue’s industry-leading technology with stunning, immersive visual graphics throughout her set. The opening night crowd was treated to a surprise duet performance of “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” by Nicks and The Pretenders frontwoman, Chrissie Hynde.

The remarkable performance concluded with a powerful encore of “Landslide,” dedicated to MGM Resorts International executives Bill Hornbuckle and Richard Sturm for inviting Nicks to be a “part of history” as the first headliner to perform at Park Theater.

The premiere of Park Theater serves as the first step in the reimagination of Monte Carlo. The transformation, taking place over the next two years, will include two distinct hotel experiences – a Las Vegas version of Sydell Group’s famed NoMad Hotel and the launch of a new luxury hotel named Park MGM. Each will feature fully redesigned guest rooms and innovative food & beverage offerings, highlighted by Eataly, a vibrant Italian marketplace with cafes, to-go counters and full-service restaurants interspersed with high-quality products from sustainable Italian and local producers.

Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders are the first of many renowned artists who will take the stage at Park Theater. This New Year’s Weekend (December 30 and 31), the venue will welcome musical genius Bruno Mars for the launch of an extended engagement. In 2017, the one and only Cher will begin performances of her new show, “Classic Cher,” followed by international pop sensation Ricky Martin, slated to make his residency debut in April. Park Theater also will host comedians including Katt Williams, international music sensations such as Fish Leong and Il Volo and many others. Beyond live music, Park Theater will serve as a new home for MMA and boxing, among other sporting events still to be announced.

Park Theater will play a key role in MGM Resorts’ strategy to further evolve the entertainment landscape in Las Vegas, providing intimate exposure to some of the most celebrated artists and athletes. Featuring unparalleled audio and visual technology, luxurious décor and much more, the 5,200-seat venue will provide artists an exclusive space to create productions unique to the venue. Built with the audience in mind, the intimate seating allows guests to feel up close and personal for any and all events.



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Stevie Nicks, Pretenders shimmer at new Park Theater


The venue was christened with a double take, an old pro regaled by the new.

Look, it’s us,” The Pretenders frontwoman Chrissie Hynde marveled as she gazed at 20-foot-tall versions of herself and her bandmates, her voice a mix of awe and amusement as she gawked at the video screens bookending the stage and doubling as massive mirrors as they played.

Are you looking at us?” Hynde asked a bit later, wondering aloud whether the flesh-and-blood version of her band could compete with the pixilated incarnation.

Granted, the question was a loaded one.


Earlier, Hynde had admonished a mobile device-wielding crowd member.

Put your phone away,” she commanded during a stormy “I’ll Stand By You.”

We’re a rock band, and we want you to be with us,” she explained afterward. “It’s distracting.

Hynde blamed the disturbance on what she perceived to be an undue preoccupation with social media, two words that she spat out as if they were coated in something foul, like battery acid or, even worse, modernity.

Now, we won’t brand Hynde a technophobe, it’s just that she favors the visceral and the earthy over the digital and the lavish.

So it really says something that even Hynde was a bit dazzled by her surroundings as The Pretenders were the first band to take the gargantuan stage at the new Park Theater at Monte Carlo on Saturday, opening for Stevie Nicks on her “24 Karat Gold Tour.”

Nicks’ latest outing was an ideal thematic fit for the Park Theater’s debut: The tour is named after her latest album, “24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault,” a collection of previously unreleased songs from throughout Nicks’ career, some of which went back four decades. For most of these tunes, Nicks explained their origins, creating a storyteller vibe that lent a casual intimacy to the evening.

The Park Theater seemed designed for such an occasion.

With its huge, stadium-sized stage, high-resolution projectors and towering video screens, the $90 million theater, with a maximum capacity ranging from 5,200 to 6,300 depending on the configuration, is all about making a fairly large room feel small.


Nicks did her part to further shrink the distance between audience and performer with between-song ruminations akin to a friend telling you about her day over tea — or, in the case of some in this audience, a colossal 30-ounce beer.

For “Belle Fleur,” a song about the trappings of celebrity dating back to the recording sessions for Nicks’ 1981 solo debut “Bella Donna,” Nicks recounted the thrill of being picked up in a limo for her first Fleetwood Mac gig, finally being able to quit her waitress and cleaning gigs and ditch her Toyota Corolla. Prior to the martial stomp of “Starshine,” she recalled the time she played an early version of the song for Tom Petty in his basement, mimicking his Floridian drawl when recollecting his approval. Before the Buckingham Nicks chestnut “Crying in the Night,” she counted back the years to the song’s birth, all 43 of them.

In the case of all these “24 Karat Gold” tunes, Nicks was performing them live on tour for the first time. Same for the playful, yet poignant swing of “New Orleans,” and the haunting, beatific ballad ”Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream),” a song inspired by the “Twilight” book and film series, where Nicks’ voice pierced the tune like a knife burrowing into flesh.

These rarities alternated with Nicks’ solo hits and Fleetwood Mac favorites: a lithe, frolicsome “Gypsy,” a brooding, cold-blooded “Gold Dust Woman,” which eventually built into a raga-like rhythmic intensity, a full-throated “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” where Nicks was joined by Hynde, who helped sing the parts of the song originally voiced by Tom Petty.

She’s crazy, but we like her,” Nicks, 68, said of Hynde, 65, afterward, one of the most enduring female voices in rock ‘n’ roll saluting another.

Hynde did some saluting as well during The Pretenders’ invigorated set.

It’s still the best, isn’t it? A band,” she beamed after a hard-nosed “Middle of the Road.

Surrounded by the high-tech fruits of a digital age, her point was that the comparatively low-watt thrills of a group of musicians jamming together for kicks can still carry the day, her message every bit as clear and sharply focused as the images pulsating on the screens around her.
















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vegas was amazing thanks to ticketmaster too! new venue, messed up price!
I paid 250.00 for a 600.00 seat!
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Park Theater at Monte Carlo officially opens
19 December 2016

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Last night, MGM Resorts International celebrated the milestone grand opening of its newest live entertainment venue on the Las Vegas Strip – Park Theater at Monte Carlo Las Vegas Resort & Casino. The dazzling theater came to life with inaugural performances by legendary singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks and renowned rock group The Pretenders.

The evening began with an unforgettable performance by The Pretenders, wowing guests with rousing renditions of their most beloved songs including "I'll Stand By You" and "Back On the Chain Gang." Then, prior to taking the stage, Nicks was presented with an honorary key to the theater and commemorated the unveiling of the venue by autographing a backstage wall, starting a tradition for all Park Theater performers to come.

Receiving a huge ovation upon her entrance, Nicks greeted the sold-out crowd, welcoming guests to the new theater. Nicks' performance featured a variety of hits from her multi-decade career, including "Edge of Seventeen" and "Wild Heart," while showcasing the venue's industry-leading technology with stunning, immersive visual graphics throughout her set. The opening night crowd was treated to a surprise duet performance of "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" by Nicks and The Pretenders frontwoman, Chrissie Hynde.

The remarkable performance concluded with a powerful encore of "Landslide," dedicated to MGM Resorts International executives Bill Hornbuckle and Richard Sturm for inviting Nicks to be a "part of history" as the first headliner to perform at Park Theater.

The premiere of Park Theater serves as the first step in the reimagination of Monte Carlo. The transformation, taking place over the next two years, will include two distinct hotel experiences -- a Las Vegas version of Sydell Group's famed NoMad Hotel and the launch of a new luxury hotel named Park MGM. Each will feature fully redesigned guest rooms and innovative food & beverage offerings, highlighted by Eataly, a vibrant Italian marketplace with cafes, to-go counters and full-service restaurants interspersed with high-quality products from sustainable Italian and local producers.

Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders are the first of many renowned artists who will take the stage at Park Theater. This New Year's Weekend (30-31 December), the venue will welcome musical genius Bruno Mars for the launch of an extended engagement. In 2017, the one and only Cher will begin performances of her new show, "Classic Cher," followed by international pop sensation Ricky Martin, slated to make his residency debut in April. Park Theater also will host comedians including Katt Williams, international music sensations such as Fish Leong and Il Volo and many others. Beyond live music, Park Theater will serve as a new home for MMA and boxing, among other sporting events still to be announced.

Park Theater will play a key role in MGM Resorts' strategy to further evolve the entertainment landscape in Las Vegas, providing intimate exposure to some of the most celebrated artists and athletes. Featuring unparalleled audio and visual technology, luxurious décor and much more, the 5,200-seat venue will provide artists an exclusive space to create productions unique to the venue. Built with the audience in mind, the intimate seating allows guests to feel up close and personal for any and all events.



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FIVE THOUGHTS ABOUT STEVIE NICKS WITH THE PRETENDERS AT PARK THEATER (DECEMBER 17)


1. For the record, the first song performed publicly at the Las Vegas Strip’s newest music venue—attached to the Monte Carlo resort (soon to be rebranded with the same Park name as the theater and adjacent outdoor plaza)—was “Alone,” the title track from the Pretenders’ latest studio album. The first hit, 1981’s “Message of Love,” arrived two numbers later.

2. The sound inside Park Theater ranged from fairly muddled for the Pretenders’ first half-dozen songs (turn up Chrissie Hynde’s vocals!; and is that slide guitarist actually playing, ’cause we can’t hear him at all) to somewhat improved midway through that opening set (Hynde sounds great, but there’s still no slide in here) to pretty pristine for Stevie Nicks’ headlining performance (which bodes well for the future).

3. The venue lays out roughly like the Colosseum at Caesars Palace or the Axis at Planet Hollywood, though it’s less ornate than the former and less comfy than the latter. The lobby’s chandeliers and the second floor’s circular patio deck are memorable touches, and two giant side-stage screens provided close views of the musicians, but the theater itself felt a bit generic for Las Vegas’ most modern concert hall.

Sight lines seemed clear across the venue—unless you were seated on the flat floor and someone stood up in directly in front of you. The primo seats appear to be those in sections 201 through 205, and then working back.

A few logistical quibbles: Armrest drink holders render armrests virtually useless (there’s a reason most venues build their drink holders into the backs of the seats in front of you). Concession lines looked lengthy all night, probably because there aren’t many areas set up to sell food and drinks at this point. And upstairs bathrooms are quite small, so time your visits wisely.

4. The Pretenders are one of those, “Oh, I know that song!” bands. Serious fans aside, I doubt most attendees knew they’d recognize so many tunes on Saturday—“Back on the Chain Gang,” “I’ll Stand by You,” “My City Was Gone,” “Middle of the Road” and “Brass in Pocket” among them—and the band still left some of its classic cuts (like “Talk of the Town” and “Show Me”) unplayed during a healthy 15-song set.

At age 65, Hynde remains a strong singer and a magnetic presence, bringing an Elvis T-shirt and good grand-opening awareness to the stage: “Elvis played on this stage … in spirit. We’re the first band to play this stage.” She also marveled that Las Vegas will soon have hockey, and delivered this zinger during her intro of 65-year-old founding drummer Martin Chambers: “We couldn’t get Buddy Rich, because he’s dead.”

5. Nicks explained that she designed her latest solo tour to excavate deeper cuts from her catalog, and she did just that Saturday night, at one point reeling off six-consecutive non-charting songs between Fleetwood Mac classic “Gypsy” and synthy solo favorite “Stand Back.” That unorthodox approach largely succeeded, on the strength of Nicks’ still-powerful pipes (her voice sits in a lower octave these days but retains its singular, spine-tingling quality), her crack eight-piece backing band (Hynde also joined in for “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around") and her folksy between-song storytelling. The 68-year-old singer occasionally got off track as she related the origins of songs like Buckingham-Nicks oldie “Crying in the Night” or newer solo composition “New Orleans,” but the loose approach brought a cozy, living-room vibe to the sold-out, 5,300-capacity room.

Of course, the crowd cheered loudest for the night’s closing quartet of all-timers—“Gold Dust Woman” and “Edge of Seventeen,” and then “Rhiannon” and “Landslide” in the encore—and whenever Nicks twirled in place, proving that even in shiny new buildings on just-enlivened stretches of the Las Vegas Strip, some things never change.








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Park Theater at Monte Carlo opens with performances by music icons

MGM Resorts International’s Park Theater located on the casino level (southeast corner) of the Monte Carlo Las Vegas Resort & Casino celebrated its grand opening on Saturday night.

Situated alongside MGM’s $100 million Park entertainment district on the Las Vegas Strip, which opened this year on April 4, the live entertainment venue’s milestone event was inaugurated by performances by renowned rock group The Pretenders and legendary singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks, according to the PRNewswire press release.

After guests were treated to two of The Pretenders most beloved songs; “Back On the Chain Gang,” and “I’ll Stand By You,” Nicks, who prior to taking the stage was presented with an honorary key to the theater, welcomed the sold-out crowd to the new Park Theater. Starting a tradition for future performers there, Nicks whose performance included an unexpected duet with The Pretenders’ lead singer and founding member Chrissie Hynde, commemorated the unveiling by autographing a backstage wall. The performance by the two rock and roll icons concluded with an encore of Nicks’ classic, “Landslide,” which was dedicated to Resorts’ executives Richard Sturm and Bill Hornbuckle for extending the invitation to Nicks to be Park Theater’s first headliner and a “part of history,” according to the release.

The Park Theater’s premier is the first step in the transformation of the Monte Carlo, which will take place over the next two years and will include two unique hotel experiences; the launch of Park MGM, a new luxury hotel, and a Las Vegas version of the NoMad Hotel, Sydell Group’s famed New York, NY property. According to the press release, along with fully redesigned guest rooms, each of the new hotels will feature unique food and beverage offerings.

Future performances at Park Theater include Bruno Mars, who will take the stage on New Year’s Weekend (30-31 December), along with a slew of renowned artists who are slated to perform at the 5,200-seat theater in 2017. MGM’s new entertainment venue will also host sporting events including boxing and MMA, among others.

The opening of the Park Theater furthers MGM Resorts’ strategy to continue the evolution of Las Vegas’ entertainment landscape by providing people from all over with up close and personal exposure to celebrated athletes and performing artists.

The stage at the theater is a staggering 40 feet tall by 140 feet wide, a full 20 feet wider than the stage at the Colosseum, which is Park Theater’s chief competitor.



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Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders Open The Park


MGM Resorts International celebrated the milestone grand opening of its newest live entertainment venue on the Las Vegas Strip — Park Theater at the Monte Carlo last Saturday night. The theater came to life with inaugural performances by singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks and rock group The Pretenders.

The Pretenders wow with rousing renditions of their most beloved songs including “I’ll Stand By You” and “Back On the Chain Gang.” Then, before taking the stage, Nicks was presented with an honorary key to the theater and commemorated the unveiling of the venue by autographing a backstage wall, starting a tradition for all Park Theater performers to come.

Receiving a huge ovation upon her entrance, Nicks greeted the sold-out crowd, welcoming guests to the new theater. Nicks’ performance featured a variety of hits from her multi-decade career, including “Edge of Seventeen” and “Wild Heart,” while showcasing the venue’s technology with visual graphics throughout her set. The opening night crowd was treated to a surprise duet performance of “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” by Nicks and The Pretenders frontwoman, Chrissie Hynde.

The performance concluded with a powerful encore of “Landslide,” dedicated to MGM Resorts International executives Bill Hornbuckle and Richard Sturm for inviting Nicks to be a “part of history” as the first headliner to perform at Park Theater.

The premiere of Park Theater serves as the first step in the re-imagination of the Monte Carlo. The transformation, taking place over the next two years, will include two distinct hotel experiences — a Las Vegas version of Sydell Group’s NoMad Hotel and the launch of a new luxury hotel named Park MGM. Each will feature fully redesigned guest rooms and new food and beverage outlets, highlighted by Eataly, an Italian marketplace with cafes, to-go counters and full-service restaurants interspersed with high-quality products from sustainable Italian and local producers.



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Camera Catches Stevie Nicks Melting Her Audience’s Hearts With Latest Performance Of ‘Landslide’
Stevie Nicks Takes Everyone’s Breath Away

In 1975, the iconic song by Fleetwood Mac called Landslide was recorded. the song is now 42 years old, but it still young in the hearts of us fans. The song is the definition of simplistic beauty. Just a guitar, voice, and keyboard are all it takes to perform this song, but even to this day it still reigns as one of the most timeless and iconic ballads ever.

It’s one thing to have a song that is timeless, but it’s another thing to be the person who wrote and be able to sing it even 42 years after its birth. Now, it comes as no surprise that Stevie Nicks is able to belt out all of her songs like she used to, but to see a music legend sing his/her classic song in such a robust fashion is rare these days. This is one of those rare moments.

What you’re about to watch is a video in which Stevie Nicks takes to the stage in Las Vegas, NV and perform the aforementioned iconic hit Landslide. There really aren’t any words to describe how beautiful this one performance is. To put it simply, it’ll render you speechless. Don’t believe me? See for yourself.




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thank you! never saw this till today I was front row for this show! loved it!
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thank you! never saw this till today I was front row for this show! loved it!
Oh wow, I was third row and probably pretty close to whoever was taking this video.
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Camera Catches Stevie Nicks Melting Her Audience’s Hearts With Latest Performance Of ‘Landslide’
Stevie Nicks Takes Everyone’s Breath Away

In 1975, the iconic song by Fleetwood Mac called Landslide was recorded. the song is now 42 years old, but it still young in the hearts of us fans. The song is the definition of simplistic beauty. Just a guitar, voice, and keyboard are all it takes to perform this song, but even to this day it still reigns as one of the most timeless and iconic ballads ever.

It’s one thing to have a song that is timeless, but it’s another thing to be the person who wrote and be able to sing it even 42 years after its birth. Now, it comes as no surprise that Stevie Nicks is able to belt out all of her songs like she used to, but to see a music legend sing his/her classic song in such a robust fashion is rare these days. This is one of those rare moments.

What you’re about to watch is a video in which Stevie Nicks takes to the stage in Las Vegas, NV and perform the aforementioned iconic hit Landslide. There really aren’t any words to describe how beautiful this one performance is. To put it simply, it’ll render you speechless. Don’t believe me? See for yourself.




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That's my video actually <3
It was recorded from the front row, leaning right on the stage lol!!
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It was recorded from the front row, leaning right on the stage lol!!
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