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  posted on 8/15/2007 at 05:23 PM
Verizon Wireless Music Center Taken Off Market

Aug 15, 2007 03:39 PM EST




NOBLESVILLE, Ind. - The Indianapolis Business Journal is reporting Verizon Wireless Music Center has been taken off the market. They also say the venue will host a full lineup of shows in 2008.

The owner of the venue, Live Nation, put the property up for sale in December. After no acceptable offers were made, Live Nation has pulled the property.

 

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  posted on 8/15/2007 at 07:44 PM
Not necessarily a good thing, IMO.
I'd rather see shows at WRSP, which is more or less right downtown.
The Noblesville venue is to far away from Indy to enjoy pre/post-conference good times.

 

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  posted on 8/16/2007 at 07:26 AM
WOO~HOO!!
That's the best news that I've heard all day!

This place has a special,special place in my heart...........lotsa,lotsa crazy wonderful memories of Deercreek!
You can ALWAYS find some of the BEST parties in the lot at Deercreek,Baby!

 

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  posted on 8/16/2007 at 07:56 AM
I would also like to see the White River Park downtown become more of a player; they had a couple good shows this year. Way too much traffic out at Verizon. You can sit in that **** ing parking lot for hours trying to get out.
 

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  posted on 8/16/2007 at 09:00 AM
Having grown up just west of Noblesville (Nob-tucky) in Zionsville (Zion-tucky,) and having never attended a show at Deer Creek, I'll go ahead and say, I'm glad they didn't sell it and build more houses out there. I went through the area in November 2006 and was ASTONISHED at the amount of development that has taken place. That was primarily farming area when I lived in IN. If there are some good shows in 2008, I will happily make travel plans to go. I have family still in Anderson, IN and could kill two birds with one stone; visit family folks in Anderson and visit famABBly at Deer Creek.

 

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  posted on 8/16/2007 at 11:01 AM
Live Nations can't give these big venues away. They should have seen the writing on the wall. Big venues rarely sell out especially with the inflated ticket prices. I enjoyed seeing every Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers tour at Deer Creek.
A brief bit of history. Ticket Tron and Ticketmaster were the ticket sellers back in the late 80's. Competition! Tickets for the Allman Brothers reserved in 1989-1990 were 18 dollars each. Grateful Dead(not mail in) were 25 dollars each.
Ticketmaster bought out Ticket Tron in 1990. Tickets doubled instantly and the police at Deer Creek were becoming nasty after the shows forcing cars into a designated area and searching everyones cars. It frikin' happened every year.

Finally, I had a wonderful time at Deer Creek and attended the CSN&Y show last August. Tickets(reserved) were 158.00 dollars. My friend and I found tickets outside when the show started for 5 bucks. They were lawn tickets but that didn't stop us from getting in the reserved area with 20th row and we didn't get thrown out.

Some of the rich folks who sat around us were mad that CSN&Y were political.

Thank you INDY for White River State park. Beautiful setting and nice folks.

The new Popular Creek opens in 2008. They tore down the big old place years ago and are building a nice smaller version. See you there.

 
 


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