In March, Stevie Nicks dominated the Sofi Stadium stage, but before the year ends, she has her sights set yet again on Los Angeles. In December, she’ll treat Angelenos to a show at The Kia Forum. Read on for everything to know about the show.
Nicks will perform at The Kia Forum on Dec. 2. The show starts at 7 p.m.
Clear bags are in full force at the Forum. If you can’t fit your belongings in your pockets, be sure to grab a clear bag smaller than 12”x 6”x 12” or a clear plastic freezer bag that’s not bigger than a gallon. Alternatively, if you need a bag but pack light, you can carry a small clutch or wristlet that is up to 9” x 6”. Also of note, the Forum only takes major credit, debit and mobile payments, so leave that cash at home.
Before you even leave home, be sure those mobile tickets are downloaded and ready to go before you no longer have access to steady Wi-Fi. Then, head to the venue and park in the on-site lot, for which you can buy a pass ahead, or keep an eye out for an off-site, but nearby lot. These places generally accept both cash and card payments. On the other hand, the Forum highly encourages carpooling, ride-sharing and public transportation. Drop-offs are allowed at all entrances.
Rock ‘n’ roll greatness deserves more than steady support. To open the show, Grammy-nominated country singer-songwriter Ingrid Andress will warm up the stage. You may know her from songs like “More Hearts Than Mine,” “The Stranger” and “Wishful Drinking.”
Where to Eat
If you’re in need of a bite to eat upon arrival at the show, fear not. The Kia Forum has plenty to eat at the concession stand. However, there are a lot of great restaurants in the neighborhood, so we recommend planning enough time to dine beforehand. For a casual, but delicious bite to eat, pop over to Dulan’s for a hearty soul food meal or feast on a luxe dinner at JW Steakhouse nearby. Read our full list of suggested pre-show restaurants.
What to Expect
Nicks has been on a mini break from touring, so she may change up her setlist since she last graced the stage in early November. Still, you can likely plan for approximately two hours of live music magic made of hits from her solo work, Fleetwood Mac, covers and more collaborations. At her Nov. 10 Minneapolis show, she sang “Dreams,” “Free Fallin” by Tom Petty, Bella Donna and Landslide, among others.
The Kia Forum is located at 3900 W Manchester Blvd 90305.