Stevie Nicks and Billy Joel Extend Co-Headlining Tour with Two New Stadium Shows — See the Dates!

Also, right whenever fans figured they would just have once opportunity to get the notable Stevie Nicks and Billy Joel’s forthcoming show — there’s currently two additional dates!

On Wednesday, the unbelievable performers declared they would collaborate for a one-night-just show in April at AT&T Arena in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowpokes.

The next day, two new dates were uncovered: one in Inglewood, California on Walk 10 and one more in Nashville on May 19. “Eager to raise a ruckus around town with the astounding @billyjoel in 2023,” the “Edge of Seventeen” vocalist, 74, shared on Wednesday, before she altered the post Thursday morning to incorporate the two new dates. “All the more soon!”

The April execution was declared at a public interview held by Arlington City hall leader Jim Ross and Dallas Ranchers Chief VP Stephen Jones, who said the group was “so started up” about the show, as per The Dallas Morning News. The show will be the primary execution for Nicks after she completes the two excess dates on her fall visit this end of the week.

The dates, in Texas and in her old neighborhood of Phoenix, were rescheduled from October.

Joel, in the mean time, will proceed with his Madison Square Nursery residency in New York City over the course of the following couple of months, and will likewise perform through July in Atlanta, New Zealand and Australia, Florida and London. The “Piano Man” vocalist, 73, told Newsday in 2019 that he has no designs to dial back.

“I’ve become entirely OK with that idea of perhaps you simply don’t resign,” he said. “Perhaps it simply continues to go on the grounds that individuals need to continue to see it.

What’s more, it’s an extraordinary work. I have an extraordinary band. I play extraordinary scenes. What’s more, I bring in extraordinary cash. So what’s going on with that?”

Nicks has said comparable; in 2017, the Fleetwood Macintosh frontman told Drifter that she’d “never resign.”

Tickets for the stars’ show go at a bargain Friday at 10 a.m. nearby time.