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There are currently more than 6,500 Indiana concerts listed in chronological order beginning in 1955. The listing may never include every event, however with your input as we continuously update, we will achieve a comprehensive list of Indiana's major concerts and events .

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Farm Aid

Willie Nelson / Neil Young / John Mellencamp / Crosby, Stills & Nash / Elton John / Guns 'n' Roses / Garth Brooks / Don Henley / John Denver / Jackson Brown / Alan Jackson / Bonnie Raitt / John Hiatt / Lou Reed / Arlo Guthrie / Roadmaster / Iggy Pop / Henry Lee Summer / Bonnie Raitt / Kentucky Headhunters / Larry Crane / Bruce Hornsby / Richard Marx / Jimmy Riser / Nancy Griffith / Asleep At The Wheel / John Carter Cash / Gorky Park / Steve Earle / David Amram / Skeet Anglin / Bandaloo Doctors / Suzy Boggus / Beth Nielsen Chapman / Lee Clayton / Joanna Dean / Dennis Alley & The Wisdom Dancers / Joe Ely / Foster & Lloyd (See complete list in "More Info")

Date

April 7, 1990
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Venue

Hoosier Dome

Location

Indianapolis, United States


Ticket courtesy of David Crowe

Full list of artists in alphabetical order:

David Amram
Skeet Anglin
Asleep At The Wheel
Bandaloo Doctors
Suzy Boggus
Garth Brooks
Jackson Browne
John Carter Cash
Beth Nielsen Chapman
Lee Clayton
John Conlee
Larry Crane
Crosby, Stills & Nash
Joanna Dean
Dennis Alley & The Wisdom Dancers
John Denver
Steve Earle
Joe Ely
Foster & Lloyd
Terry Garrison
Johnny Gimbel
William Lee Golden
Gorky Park
Nanci Griffith
Guns ‘n’ Roses
Arlo Guthrie
Hammerheads
Alex Harvey
Don Henley
John Hiatt
Bruce Hornsby
Alan Jackson
Elton John
David Lynn Jones
Tom Keffer
Kentucky Headhunters
Kris Kristofferson
Little Joe & La Familia
Lyle Lovett
Richard Marx
Kathy Mattea
James McMurtry
Donny Mealer
John Mellencamp
Bill Monroe
Jonelle Mosser
Willie Nelson
K. T. Oslin
Paul Overstreet
Carl Perkins
Poco
Iggy Pop
John Prine
Bonnie Raitt
Yank Rashell
Lou Reed
Kimmie Rhodes
Roadmaster
Jimmie Ryser
Billy Joe Shaver
Silent Partners
Southern Pacific
Stealin Horses
Henry Lee Summer
Taj Mahal
Les Taylor
Ricky Van Shelton
Was Not Was
Don Williams
Dwight Yoakam
Neil Young


Courtesy of Steve Sybesma


Courtesy of Mark Grannan

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