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Stevie Nicks Benefit concerts and performances
July 21, 2003
Stevie performed with Fleetwood Mac at the America West Arena in Phoenix to benefit the Arizona Heart Foundation. Read fan reviews of the show.

November 13, 2002
Stevie performed at the benefit concert Stormy Weather 2002, at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on November 13th to benefit the Walden Woods project and the Thoreau Institute At Walden Pond. Stevie performed "Landslide," and the Etta James' song "Sunday Kind of Love." Read Stormy Weather reviews.

May 10, 2002
Stevie performed at The 9th Annual Race to Erase MS in Los Angeles.

May 30, 2002
Stevie performed at a small private benefit for the Robin Hood Foundation at the Jacob Javitz Center in New York.

March 6, 2002
Stevie joined Sheryl Crow on March 6th at the Manhattan Center in New York for the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund's Annual New York Dinner. Read fan reviews of the show.

February 26, 2002
Stevie performed at The Forum in Inglewood, CA to benefit The Recording Artists Coalition.

Read fan reviews of the concert.
Read articles about the show.

December 9, 2001
Stevie performed on December 9 at the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco for KFOG's Concert For Kids. Read the KFOG Concert fan reviews.

December 6, 2001
Stevie performed in Phoenix on December 6th with special guests Natalie Maines, Mick Fleetwood, Lindsey Buckingham, Sheryl Crow and Don Henley to benefit the Arizona Heart Institute Foundation. Read the fan reviews of the event.

December 7, 2001
Stevie performed at the Jingle Ball on December 7th at the SDSU Cox Arena in San Diego, California. Read the Jingle Ball fan reviews.

December 14, 2000: A Very Special Christmas 2000 to benefit Special Olympics. Stevie performed with other artists at the White House in front of the President and other guests. Stevie sang Silent Night accompanied by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The show was broadcast on TNT. Read the articles about the concert.

September 23, 2000: Stevie Nicks and Friends Arizona Heart Institute Benefit concert in Phoenix, Arizona. Stevie performed with friends Sheryl Crow, Don Henley, Chris Isaak, and Lindsey Buckingham. Read the fan reviews of the concert.

September 14, 1999: Stevie joined Sheryl Crow for a free concert in Central Park in New York. Sheryl Crow was the host for the event. The concert benefited Pediatric AIDS and included artists Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Sarah McLachlan, Chrissie Hynde, the Dixie Chicks and others. It was broadcast live on TV, radio and the Internet. Stevie sang "Gold Dust Woman" with Sheryl and Sheryl's band backing her. Read the reviews of the concert.

November 4, 1998: Stevie performed at the City of Hope's benefit, The Spirit of Life Award Dinner. The event took place at the Barker Hangar at Santa Monica Airport in California. Bill Murray hosted this "One Night of Wonders", which included artists performing their favorite "One Hit Wonders." Stevie sang Black Velvet solo, and also sang It Takes Two as a duet with Don Henley. The event raised $2.5 million. Read the articles.

September 26, 1998: Stevie performed at a benefit at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The benefit was hosted by Andre Agassi and benefitted the Andre Agassi Foundation, an organization for underprivileged children. Stevie opened the event accompanied by an orchestra and sang "At Last." She also performed "Dreams," "Rhiannon," and "Stand Back." Other performers were Mick Fleetwood, Sheila E. and Lionel Richie. Read the fan reviews. Read the press release.

July 23, 1998: Benefit concert at America West Arena in Phoenix, AZ for the Arizona Heart Institute; Enchanted tour concert set list; Don Henley and Mick Fleetwood joined Stevie on stage as special guests. Don and Stevie performed "Leather and Lace." Read the fan reviews.

July 4, 1998: Stevie's Enchanted concert at the Coral Sky Pavillion in West Palm Beach, FL helped raise money for the Red Cross to benefit the Florida Fire victims. Stevie performed the Enchanted concert set list. Read the article in the Palm Beach Post. Read the fan reviews.

April 16, 1998: Stevie performed at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, CA for the Stormy Weather benefit. It was a benefit for Don Henley's Walden Woods project and the Thoreau Institute at Walden Pond. The organization has been working since 1990 to preserve the land around Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts where Henry David Thoreau lived and wrote. The singers at Stormy Weather included Sandra Bernhard, Bjork, Natalie Cole, Paula Cole, Shawn Colvin, Sheryl Crow, Joni Mitchell, Stevie Nicks, Gwen Stefani and Trisha Yearwood. Stevie performed two songs; "When Sunny Gets Blue", and the Etta James classic "At Last". She was accompanied by the El Nino Orchestra. Read the reviews.

December 19, 1997: Stevie played the part of The Ghost of Christmas Past in the annual KTAR radio (Phoenix, AZ) broadcast of "A Christmas Carol." The play was performed at Herberger Theatre in Phoenix, AZ. The play benefits the Salvation Army. Stevie has participated in this play for three years now . Read details about the performance.

March 9, 1997: Stevie performed at the Union Hall in Phoenix, AZ in a concert to benefit the Southwest Center for Biological Diversity. Don Henley was the host for this event. Stevie performed four songs. Don Henley joined her for Leather and Lace. Also performing were Roger McGuinn, Bruce Hornsby and Timothy B. Schmit. There was a short review of the concert in the March 10 Arizona Republic. Read the reviews from the fans who attended and see the Photos.

August 24, 1996: Stevie performed a benefit concert at Polaris Amphitheatre in Columbus Ohio. WNCI (97.9) radio station in Columbus, OH hosted this event. The concert celebrated the 35th anniversary of the radio station. The proceeds went to Kids in Camp, which is a foundation for children with cancer. Read reviews of the show.

April 22, 1996: Stevie performed at the 25 year anniversary/benefit for the Arizona Heart Institute. The event was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Dietrich in Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Dietrich is the founder of the Institute and Jess Nicks (Stevie's father) is the chairman. Dinner was provided by Chef Vincent Guerithault. This was a very intimate setting on the patio of Dr. Dietrich's home on a beautiful Sunday evening. This event was invitation only, and most of the 200 guests were involved with the Heart Institute. Stevie's father introduced her before she sang a eleven song set. Read the fan reviews.

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