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Stevie Nicks Documentary to Screen Across the US Next Week
By: AnnMarie Scaramuzzino

Stevie Nicks
is making fans' ‘Dreams’ come true by showing her new documentary in theaters across the US for a one-night only event next week!

According to the film’s official website, In Your Dreams, which chronicles the making of Nicks’ 2011 solo album of the same name, will be shown in over 50 US theaters on April 2, and at a handful of other locations in the US and Canada later in the month.

The singer worked with Dave Stewart on the film; a former member of Eurythmics and now the owner of the production company, Weapons of Mass Entertainment.

Nicks told us of her experience in creating the documentary, “This movie that we made really is our baby. It's an amazing little film. I've never been to a film festival in my life, so that was really an interesting experience for me to go to a real theater and do a question-and-answer and then see the film and then do another question-and-answer. It was great. And Dave, of course, I just love doing anything that allows me to hang out with Dave Stewart 'cause he just makes me laugh from the bottom of my feet up."

The entire list of theaters showing the film can be found here.

Earlier this month, Stevie Nicks premiered the film at SXSW in Austin, TX, and also performed at the festival as a member of Dave Grohl’s Sound City Players. Next week, Nicks will kick off a much-anticipated North American tour with Fleetwood Mac on April 4th in Columbus, OH.

During a SXSW Q&A session, the singer revealed some of the band’s setlist, stating that fans can expect to hear favorites such as “Go Your Own Way,” “Sara,” “Never Going back Again,” and even “Sisters of the Moon,” which Fleetwood Mac hasn’t played in over thirty years.

Check out the entire list of Fleetwood Mac tour dates here, and for more on Stevie Nicks and all of her latest projects, head to her official website.

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