Fleetwood Mac front-woman Stevie Nicks has announced she’s extending her 24 Karat Gold Tour to include dates in New Zealand and Australia during November this year, and she’s bringing with her, a very special guest.
In a joint tour with The Pretenders, Nicks and Chrissie Hynde will perform a set each from their repertoire with Nicks’s US tour set list showing a back catalog including If Anyone Falls, Gypsy, Bella Donna, Stand Back and Edge of Seventeen along with some Fleetwood Mac classics. Chrissie Hynde along with The Pretenders bash out classics including the much loved Brass In Pocket, Message Of Love and Hymn to Her along with I’ll Stand By You.
Check out the set-list from Stevie’s Hyde Park, July 9th gig below.
Gold and Braid
If Anyone Falls
Stop Dragging My Heart Around (With Chrissie Hynde)
Outside the Rain
Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream)
Crying in the Night
Gold Dust Woman
Edge of Seventeen
General tickets go on sale on August 18. There are three pre-sales, American Express Card Member (August 14), Live Nation (August 17) and A Day On The Green (August 17).
90’s singer/song writer powerhouse Alanis Morissette is coming to Australia for the first time in almost 20 years with two ‘acoustic and intimate’ shows in Sydney and Melbourne booked for mid January 2018. The Grammy winning singer will perform at Melbourne’s Palais Theatre on Tuesday January 23 and Sydney’s ICC Theatre on Wednesday January 24, performing an acoustic song-list spanning her entire career with songs from her debut album Jagged Little Pill to her most recent release, 2012’s Havoc and Bright Lights.
The high demand to see the 90’s favorite return to our shores saw tickets for the two shows (which went on general sale through Ticketmaster.com.au and Ticketek.com.au at 9am this morning (Monday August 7th)) sell out in minutes though judging by the backlash on social media it appears scalpers came out in full force versus the fans with re-seller websites being flooded with tickets listed at two times plus the original price only moments later.
I’ve been waiting for years for this. Devastating. Outrageous the scalpers are now reselling them for 300+ WTH @Alanis
The tickets which ranged from a respectable $99 or $139 are now flooding ticket reselling sites such as Ticketmaster’s ‘authorized’ reselling page with a minimum $300 price tag while the horribly reviewed Viagogo has tickets from $230 not including the $60+ booking fee.
Did you get tickets to see Alanis or were like me and missed out? Sound off in the comments section!