Dixie Chicks Concert History

The Chicks (formerly Dixie Chicks) is an American country music trio which has also crossed over into other genres. Formed in 1989 in Dallas, Texas, the band is composed of founding members (and sisters) Martie Erwin Maguire and Emily Erwin Robison, and lead singer Natalie Maines.

Date Concert Venue Location
Jul 30, 2022
Dixie Chicks 2022
Dixie Chicks / Jenny Lewis
  Setlists
Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, California, United States
Dec 12, 2019 –
Dec 12, 2019
The Ally Coalition Presents: The 6th Annual Talent Show 2019
Dixie Chicks / Bleachers / Jason Isbell
  Setlists
Town Hall New York, New York, United States
Apr 18, 2017
Dixie Chicks
  Setlists
Apr 08, 2017
Mission Estate Winery Concert
Dixie Chicks / Kaylee Bell / Avalanche City / Badger
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Mission Estate Winery Napier City, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
Apr 02, 2017
Dixie Chicks
  Photos   Setlists
Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Apr 01, 2017
Dixie Chicks / Avalanche City
  Setlists
Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Mar 26, 2017 –
Mar 26, 2017
CMC Rocks 2017
  Setlists
Willowbank Raceway Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Oct 10, 2016
Dixie Chicks / Elle King
  Setlists
Hollywood Bowl Hollywood, California, United States
Oct 08, 2016
Dixie Chicks / Elle King
  Setlists
The Forum Inglewood, California, United States
Show Duplicate for Oct 08, 2016
Oct 07, 2016
DCX World Tour MMXVI
  Setlists
Oracle Arena Oakland, California, United States
Show Duplicate for Oct 07, 2016
Sep 29, 2016
Dixie Chicks
  Setlists
Rogers Place Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Sep 24, 2016
DCX World Tour MMXVI
  Setlists
Resch Center Green Bay, Wisconsin
Sep 22, 2016
MMXVI World Tour
Dixie Chicks / Elle King
  Photos   Setlists
KFC Yum! Center Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Show Duplicates for Sep 22, 2016
Sep 17, 2016
Dixie Chicks
  Setlists
First Niagara Center Buffalo, New York, United States
Sep 16, 2016
Dixie Chicks / Elle King
  Setlists
Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio, United States
Show Duplicate for Sep 16, 2016
Sep 09, 2016
DCX World Tour MMXVI
Dixie Chicks / Elle King & The Brethren
  Setlists
Verizon Arena North Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Sep 01, 2016
MMXVI
Dixie Chicks / Vintage Trouble
  Photos   Setlists
Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre Denver, Colorado, United States
Show Duplicate for Sep 01, 2016
Aug 30, 2016
Dixie Chicks / Vintage Trouble
  Setlists
Sprint Center Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Aug 28, 2016
Dixie Chicks / Vintage Trouble / Smooth Hound Smith Minnesota State Fair Grandstand Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Aug 27, 2016
Dixie Chicks / Vintage Trouble / Smooth Hound Smith
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Minnesota State Fair Grandstand Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

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2022 1 concert
2019 1 concert
2017 5 concerts
2016 43 concerts
2015 2 concerts
2014 4 concerts
2013 6 concerts
2011 1 concert
2010 7 concerts
2007 6 concerts
2006 16 concerts
2004 3 concerts
2003 30 concerts
2002 1 concert
2000 19 concerts
1999 11 concerts
1998 7 concerts
1997 2 concerts
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Frequenty Asked Questions (FAQ)


Who were the Dixie Chicks?

The Dixie Chicks were an American country music group from Texas was formed in 1989 by sisters Martie Maquire and Emily Strayer, whose birth surname was Erwin. They were joined by Laura Lynch on upright bass and Robin Lynn Macy on vocals and guitar.

Lynch became the lead vocalist when Macy left in 1992 but was ultimately replaced by Natalie Maines in 1995.

The band changed their name to "the Chicks" in 2020, dumping the word "Dixie."

Why did the Dixie Chicks change their name to the Chicks?

The band changed their name to the Chicks because the word "Dixie" refers to the American Mason Dixon line which is historically the Civil-war era South. Thus, for many, the word "Dixie" still has terrible ties to an age of slavery and white supremacy, a connection that the Chicks do not want to be a part of anymore.

The Chicks aren’t the only country group distancing themselves from the South’s ugly past. Lady A was formerly known as "Lady Antebellum," but changed the name due to racist connotations associated with the word "Antebellum."

Similarly, Dolly Parton dropped the word "Dixie" from her "Dixie Stampede," a Civil-war themed attraction with two locations in former Confederate states (Tennessee and Missouri). She now calls it "Dolly Parton’s Stampede".

Where are the Dixie Chicks from?

The Dixie Chicks hail from Dallas, Texas, and began their career performing on a Dallas street corner.

Why were the Dixie Chicks blacklisted from country radio stations in 2003?

The Dixie Chicks were blacklisted in 2003 due to comments made by lead singer, Natalie Maines, in which she criticized President George W. Bush and the allied invasion of Iraq.

What did the Dixie Chicks say about former President George W. Bush?

The Dixie Chicks were in clear opposition to the President's invasion of Iraq and publicly stated that they were ashamed to hail from the same state (Texas) as former President George W. Bush.

How old are the Dixie Chicks?

The Dixie Chicks began their band career in 1989 with the members born between the late 1960s and early 1970s:

  • Natalie Maines, the band's lead singer since 1995, was born October 14, 1974 and is 47 years old.
  • Martie Macguire, vocalist and instrumentalist since 1990, was born October 12, 1969, and is 52 years old.
  • Emily Strayer, the band's other vocalist and instrumentalist since 1990, was born on August 16, 1972 and is 50 years old.

When was the song "Goodbye Earl" released?

"Goodbye Earl" was released on February 28, 2000. The song lyrics were considered controversial due to violent themes involving domestic abuse and murder. Some radio stations refused to play the song altogether while others were cautious about when they would air it.

What Fleetwood Mac song does The Dixie Chicks cover?

The Dixie Chicks released a cover of Fleetwood Mac's popular song "Landslide" on August 26, 2002. It was featured on their 2002 Home album, which won Best Country Album at the Grammys in 2003.

When did the Dixie Chicks release the Wide Open Spaces album?

Wide Open Spaces was released in August 1998. The album won Best Country Album at the Grammys in 2000.

The titular "Wide Open Spaces" was one of the most popular songs from the album, hitting number one on the U.S. Country charts, and spending four weeks there.

How do you join The Chicks fan club?

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How many concerts has Dixie Chicks had?

Dixie Chicks has had 165 concerts.

When was the last Dixie Chicks concert?

The last Dixie Chicks concert was on July 30, 2022 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, United States. The bands that performed were: Dixie Chicks / Jenny Lewis.

What songs does Dixie Chicks play live?

The songs that Dixie Chicks performs live vary, but here's the latest setlist that we have from the July 30, 2022 concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, United States:

  1. Sin Wagon
  2. Gaslighter
  3. Texas Man
  4. Julianna Calm Down
  5. The Long Way Around
  6. My Best Friend’s Weddings
  7. Sleep at Night
  8. Mississippi
  9. Wide Open Spaces
  10. Tights on My Boat
  11. Lubbock or Leave It
  12. Cowboy Take Me Away
  13. Long Time Gone
  14. Landslide
  15. Don't Let Me Die in Florida
  16. March March
  17. For Her
  18. White Trash Wedding
  19. Everybody Loves You
  20. Set Me Free
  21. Not Ready to Make Nice
  22. Goodbye Earl