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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band


November 10, 1999
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Conseco Fieldhouse


Indianapolis, United States

Promoter: Sunshine Promotions
Attendance: 16,780, Gross Receipts: $1,066,980
Bruce Springsteen: Guaranteed Fee: $670,000, Percentage Payment: NA, Total Fee: NA

This was the first concert in the newly opened Conseco Fieldhouse

Ticket courtesy of Mark McMahon

Ticket courtesy of Gerard Skibinski

Pass courtesy of Steve Sybesma

Setlist courtesy of Steve Mitchell

Before I ever worked a show, collecting setlists was my thing. A personal reminder of your experience. Since the early 1970’s I was a huge Bruce Springsteen fan having seen him 22 times since the mid 70’s to the late 80”s. The first Concert ever 11/10/199 at Conseco Fieldhouse was Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band. My old college friend worked for Q95 and there was a pre-concert party at the Slippery Noodle and everyone was given lanyard credentials for the party. We kept them on as we walked up to our suite for the show. After about an hour I decided to try to get down to floor level to get in position to try and strategize how in the world I’d get a setlist from THIS show. I hop on the elevator and the elevator attendant saw a lanyard and thought I was with the show. She opens the door and I’m backstage! I immediately cross my arms and act like I belong. I made it about 3 songs before someone backstage figured out I did not, fortunately security didn’t throw me out of Conseco, they tossed me into the crowd and I ended up on the rail. And yes, I got the setlist from both my hero and the first show ever at Conseco. – Steve Mitchell

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