Verizon Wireless Music Center (Indiana)

Verizon Wireless Music Center (Indiana)

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Verizon Wireless Music Center (Indiana)

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The Verizon Wireless Music Center (formerly Deer Creek Music Center) is an outdoor amphitheater, owned by Live Nation, located in Noblesville, Indiana. The center is the largest outdoor music venue in central Indiana, with 6,000 seats under a pavilion and 18,000 general admission lawn seats. It is used mainly for large concerts, but is also frequently a host for high school graduations and political rallies.

Concerts and music festivals

Verizon Wireless Music Center is a large open-air concert venue capable of hosting live, high-profile concerts and outdoor music festivals, including Dave Matthews Band, Projekt Revolution, Ozzfest, Crüe Fest, Lilith Fair, The Vans Warped Tour, The Mayhem Festival and Farmaid.

The Grateful Dead performed on July 2, 1995. During their visit, a number of fans stormed a rear fence, attempting to enter without paid admission. As a result, The Dead's last concert at the facility, the following night, was canceled. Musician Keller Williams memorialized this gate-crashing event in his song, "."'

Phish performed and recorded their show, on August 13, 1996, which was later released as a live album, entitled Live Phish Volume 12.

Rihanna was scheduled to perform during her Last Girl on Earth Tour on August 3, 2010, with Ke$ha and Travie McCoy as her opening acts, but the show was cancelled.

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