Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks in Phoenix: Everything to know about the concert at Chase Field

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Two of the most beloved entertainers in the history of rock 'n' roll are joining forces for a co-headlining concert at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix.

For the first time ever in Phoenix, Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks will share the stage on Friday, Dec. 8.

Set lists from the tour suggest that Joel will likely drop by during Nicks' set to sing Tom Petty's part on "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," the classic hit single that launched Nicks' solo career at a time when she was known primarily for her work with Fleetwood Mac.

The last time Joel played Chase Field, in 2019, it was packed with more than 50,000 fans.

Here's everything to know before you go, including where to park, the Chase Field clear bag policy and ticket information.

Can I still buy tickets to Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks at Chase Field?

At the time of writing, seats were still available at with resale prices starting at $225.

When is the Billy Joel-Stevie Nicks concert at Chase Field?

Stevie Nicks and Billy Joel will be at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix on Friday, Dec. 8.

What time does the Stevie Nicks-Billy Joel concert start?

The concert starts at 7 p.m.

Who is opening for Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks?

There is no opening act for the Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks concert in Phoenix.

What time do the gates open at Chase Field?

Doors open at 5 p.m. Fans should plan to show up as early as possible to allow time for traffic and crowds at the gate.

The box office opens at 9 a.m.

Stadium parking lots open at noon.

Where is Chase Field?

Chase Field is at 401 E. Jefferson St. in downtown Phoenix. It is bounded by Seventh Street to the east, Fourth Street to the west, Jefferson Street to the north and the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks to the south.

What can I bring into Chase Field?

You may bring the following:

  • Unflavored/noncarbonated water in sealed plastic bottles.

  • Empty plastic water bottles.

  • Sealed single-serving juice boxes.

  • Formula and baby food.

You may not bring alcohol into Chase Field.

No metal, glass or Thermos-style containers are permitted.

Where to eat at Chase Field

Dining options at Chase Field include A-Zona Street Tacos, Big Dawgs, Black Rock Coffee Bar, Burger Burger, Cactus Corn, Carvery Cart, Chick Fil-A, Cold Beer & Cheeseburgers, Copper State Steaks, Doubleheaders, Gadzooks Enchiladas & Soup, Gonzo's Grill, Guy Fieri’s DTPHX Kitchen + Bar, Hop Valley Box, Hungry Hill Sangwich, Oasis, Red Hot Grill, ReyGloria's Tamales, Streets of New York, Taste of Chase and The Still at Cutwater.

For dessert, there's Churro Dog, Cold Stone Creamery, Desert Ice, Scoopwell’s Dough Bar, Sweet Treats, Wetzel’s Pretzels and Zoyo Yogurt.

There are beer stands, dessert carts and liquor bars throughout the ballpark.

Premium bars are on the field for fans with floor seats.

Circle K, Fry's and Pepsi offer grab-and-go options.

Is Chase Field heated?

Chase Field is not heated. Fans should dress for the weather.

Will the Chase Field roof be open?

The roof will be open. Fans should dress accordingly. Here's the weather forecast.

Can I bring a seat cushion or blanket to Chase Field?

One-piece seat cushions no wider than 18 inches without pockets, zippers or concealable areas are permitted.

Blankets are permitted if carried loosely. Blankets are subject to inspection.

Where do I enter if I have floor seats?

No wristband pickup is required for floor seats for this show. All ticket holders should head directly to any gate for entry.

There are bars on the floor so guests can head straight there for beverages.

Merch stands and concessions are available on all levels. The best merch stand is the one nearest your seat.

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What is the bag policy for Chase Field concerts?

Each fan may carry one clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bag no larger than 12 by 12 by 6 inches or a clear plastic freezer bag no larger than one gallon. Clear bags may not have obscured interior pockets.

Fans may also carry a clutch purse no larger than 6.5 inches by 4.5 inches.

Bags and purses are subject to search.

What can I expect at security?

Before you arrive at Chase Field, download the MLB Ballpark app or the Ticketmaster app to access your tickets. Be sure your phone is fully charged and that you have your ticket ready on your mobile device.

Chase Field has a new OpenGate automatic screening system that does away with unloading bags and purses. You no longer need to remove phones, keys or wallets from your pockets.

Gates A, C, E, J and K and the Bridge Entrance will have lanes available for those who cannot go through a metal detector because of a mobility device. Guests using these lanes will be subject to a light pat-down or hand wand, as well as an inspection of the mobility device.

If a medical implant sets off the metal detector, the person will be subject to a follow-up screening that may include a hand wand or light pat-down search.

The risk of disrupting a pacemaker is negligible. However, if you are concerned, there is an option of a pat-down search.

No weapons are allowed at Chase Field

Weapons of any kind, including pocket knives, are prohibited.

Only active federal or Arizona state law enforcement officers may enter with a firearm. Credentials will be verified at the time of entry.

Chase Field will not hold personal items. Storage lockers are available.

What is prohibited at Chase Field?

The following items are prohibited:

  • Animals (except for service animals).

  • Aerosol cans.

  • Drones and other remote-controlled devices.

  • Drugs or other illegal substances (including medical marijuana).

  • Fireworks or other incendiary devices.

  • Camera tri-, dual- or single-leg pods by non-media personnel.

  • Skateboards, inline skates, scooters or shoes with wheels.

  • Obscene, offensive, indecent or inappropriate attire.

  • Blow horns or noisemakers.

  • Umbrellas.

  • Fishing nets.

  • Beach balls, balloons or other inflatables (without prior approval).

  • Laser pens.

  • Frisbees.

  • Bicycles (use the approved bike parking racks).

  • Liquids or machines for blowing bubbles.

Other items may be prohibited at the discretion of Chase Field management.

Chase Field doesn't accept cash

Chase Field is a cashless stadium that accepts major credit and debit cards, Apply Pay and Google Pay.

Chase Field does have free Wi-Fi

Chase Field offers visitors free Wi-Fi at Dbacks Wifi.

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Stevie Nicks setlist 2023

Here's what Stevie Nicks played when the Two Icons — One Night Tour hit Minneapolis on Nov. 10, 2023:

  • “Outside the Rain”

  • “Dreams” (Fleetwood Mac song)

  • “If Anyone Falls”

  • “Stop Draggin' My Heart Around” (with Billy Joel)

  • “Fall From Grace”

  • “For What It's Worth” (Buffalo Springfield cover)

  • “Gypsy” (Fleetwood Mac song)

  • “Wild Heart”

  • “Bella Donna”

  • “Stand Back”

  • “Gold Dust Woman” (Fleetwood Mac song)

  • “Free Fallin'” (Tom Petty cover)

  • “Edge of Seventeen”


  • Rhiannon (Fleetwood Mac song)

  • Landslide (Fleetwood Mac song, Christine McVie tribute)

Billy Joel tour setlist 2023

Here's what Billy Joel played when the Two Icons — One Night Tour hit Minneapolis on Nov. 10, 2023:

  • “My Life”

  • “Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)”

  • “Summer, Highland Falls”

  • “Zanzibar”

  • “Start Me Up” (The Rolling Stones cover)

  • “An Innocent Man”

  • “The Longest Time” (With “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” and “Barbara Ann” warmups)

  • “Vienna”

  • “Allentown”

  • “New York State of Mind”

  • “Whole Lotta Love” (Led Zeppelin cover)

  • “Sometimes a Fantasy”

  • “Only the Good Die Young”

  • “The River of Dreams” (with "River Deep Mountain High” interlude)

  • “Nessun dorma” (Giacomo Puccini cover)

  • “Scenes From an Italian Restaurant”

  • “Piano Man”


  • “We Didn't Start the Fire”

  • “Uptown Girl”

  • “It's Still Rock and Roll to Me”

  • “Big Shot”

  • “You May Be Right” (with “Rock and Roll” by Led Zeppelin interlude)

Where to find the lost and found at Chase Field

During an event, inquire about lost items at Guest Services stations at the Main Concourse sections 128 or 322. Following an event, all unclaimed items are logged and secured for 30 days. Contact Security at

How to take Valley Metro light rail to the concert

Valley Metro trains run every 15-20 minutes. The stations nearest Chase Field are Third Street/Washington and Third Street/Jefferson.

Buy your fare at any light rail station with cash, credit or debit card — or purchase a pass in advance to avoid lines at the vending machines.

It may be best to buy an all-day pass for riding to and from the concert. It's good for unlimited boarding the same day so there's no need to wait in line to purchase a pass when the concert is over.

Download the Valley Metro app or visit

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Is park and ride available?

Here's a list of Valley Metro park and ride lots:

Phoenix: 19th and Dunlap avenues, 19th and Montebello avenues, 19th Avenue and Camelback Road, Seventh Avenue and Camelback Road, Central Avenue and Camelback Road and 38th and Washington streets.

Tempe: Dorsey Lane and Apache Boulevard, McClintock Drive and Apache Boulevard, Loop 101 and Apache Boulevard.

Mesa: Sycamore and Main Street; Mesa Drive and Main Street; Gilbert Road and Main Street.

Where is the best place to park for Chase Field?

Stadium parking lots open at noon.

You can select a lot and pay for parking in advance at

I'm driving to the concert. How do I get to Chase Field?

Chase Field is at 401 E. Jefferson St.

If you're coming from the Southeast Valley:

Take Interstate 10 west, then use the right three lanes to I-17 at the split. Exit to the right on Seventh Street, then turn left at the light on Lincoln Street. Or, continue north on Seventh Street to Jefferson Street, then turn right to access parking facilities east of Seventh Street.

A word to the wise: Left turns from Seventh Street westbound onto Washington Street are prohibited.

To avoid congestion, continue on I-17 to the Seventh Avenue exit, go right on Seventh Avenue and then right at Lincoln or Jefferson streets.

If you're coming from Scottsdale or east Mesa:

Take Loop 202 west to I-10 and exit via the Fifth Avenue HOV lane or Seventh Avenue. Turn left on Fillmore, Van Buren (accessible from Fifth Avenue only) or Jefferson streets.

If you're coming from the Northwest Valley:

Use I-17 to the Jefferson Street exit, then turn left and continue eastbound.

If you're coming from the Northeast Valley:

Take State Route 51 (Piestewa Freeway) to I-10 east, exit at Washington Street and turn right. Or take I-10 west to the Seventh Street exit and turn left.

To avoid congestion, continue on I-10 to Seventh Avenue or the Fifth Avenue HOV exit. Turn left on Fillmore, Van Buren (accessible from Fifth Avenue only) or Jefferson streets.

If you're coming from North Central Phoenix:

Use surface streets, including Seventh Avenue, First Avenue and Seventh Street.

Due to heavy traffic, Seventh Street is the least-preferred option.

If you're coming from the West Valley

Take I-10 to Seventh Avenue or the Fifth Avenue HOV exit and turn right. Turn left on Fillmore, Van Buren (accessible from Fifth Avenue only) or Jefferson streets for parking.

Chase Field is at 401 E. Jefferson St. in downtown Phoenix. It is bounded by Seventh Street to the east, Fourth Street to the west, Jefferson Street to the north, and the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks to the south.

Where are Uber and Lyft at Chase Field?

There are three recommended pickup/dropoff spots for ride shares: First and Washington streets; Third Street between Washington and Jefferson streets; and Twelfth and Jackson streets.

Reach the reporter at or 602-444-4495. Follow him on Twitter @EdMasley.

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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Stevie Nicks-Billy Joel Phoenix concert: Tickets, bag policy, more