Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks will come together for the upcoming the Heart and & Soul Tour, a series of North American arena performances scheduled to begin March 20 at the Bank Atlantic Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Thirteen dates had been confirmed at press time, including visits to such major-markets as New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, Tampa and Montreal. Stewart and Nicks will play hits from their catalogs, as well as new material.
"We haven't begun rehearsals but I can already tell you this, with Stevie on board our audiences are in store for an evening of pure rock 'n' roll music," Stewart said in a news release. "I'm already thinking about which of my old favorites to bring back and vocally, I think we've both begun thinking about which songs might be great fun and well-suited for a duet or two."
Nicks is touring in support of her forthcoming album, "In: Your Dreams," due May 3. And Stewart is coming off of a series of successful concerts, which included sold-out appearances at Las Vegas' Colosseum At Caesars Palace and a 33-date European tour. In 2010, he released "Fly Me to the Moon…The Great American Songbook, Volume V," which has sold 286,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Tickets for the Heart and & Soul Tour go on sale beginning Jan. 21 through ticketmaster.com. Tickets for the April 1 show in Montreal will be available through evenko.ca and tickets for the April 5 Philadelphia date will be available through comcasttix.com. American Express card members will be given the chance to purchase tickets early on Jan. 17.
Here are the upcoming North American tour dates for Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks:
March 20: Bank Atlantic Center (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.)
March 23: St. Pete Times Forum (Tampa, Fla.)
March 24: Philips Arena (Atlanta)
March 26: Madison Square Garden (New York)
March 27: Mohegan Sun Arena (Uncasville, Conn.)
March 30: TD Garden (Boston)
April 1: Bell Centre (Montreal)
April 2: Air Canada Center (Toronto)
April 5: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia)
April 9: United Center (Chicago)
April 10: Joe Louis Arena (Detroit)
April 15: US Airways Center (Phoenix)
April 16: Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles)