It's true! The wildly influential Fleetwood Mac member is playing at British Summer Time in Hyde Park next year, alongside headliners Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. She joins other acts announced already for BST, including Justin Bieber, Phil Collins, and King of Leon.
It's a major coup for Londoners to get the chance to see the 68-year-old Californian singer and songwriter, who has been a huge influence on the likes of Florence Welch, Haim and Bat For Lashes. She's adored for her stand-out Mac classics like 'Dreams', dancefloor-filling solo hits like 'Stand Back' and 'Edge of Seventeen' and also her witchy, bohemian sense of style – a primary reason why flared denim, fringed dresses and enormous breezy shawls have become so omnipresent in the last five years. Expect a pretty shimmery crowd when she takes the stage next July.
Check out a recently released demo version of Stevie Nicks's classic 'Edge of Seventeen':
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers and Stevie Nicks play British Summer Time on Sunday July 9.