Stevie Nicks postpones two shows due to COVID within the band

Both shows will be rescheduled

Stevie Nicks has been forced to postpone shows in San Francisco and Sacramento this weekend due to COVID. Nicks was set to perform at San Francisco’s Chase Center tonight (Thurs, Mar 23rd) and Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center on Sunday (Mar 26th), but have been postponed as a precaution.

“Stevie has loved being back on stage and is so sorry to disappoint the fans, but she and the band are taking all safety precautions and will be back on tour soon,” a statement from her label reads.

Rescheduled dates will be announced soon with tickets being valid for the new dates.

The shows are among the 14 solo performances the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer has scheduled throughout the US in 2023. Nicks next performance is set for March 30th in Oklahoma City with shows currently scheduled through June 27th in Louisville, KY.

These dates are in addition to nine previously announced joint headlining stadium concerts with Billy Joel which kicked off earlier this month in Los Angeles. Dates with Joel are currently scheduled through December 2023. Each spectacular one-night-only show marks the first time the two have ever performed on the same stages in each city.

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