Indianapolis • Sunday, July 14, 2013

ConcertBy Paul McCartney • Part of the 2nd North American leg of the Out There Tour
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From, April 12, 2013:

Paul has just confirmed he will be performing at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Sunday 14th July as part of his all-new ‘Out There’ tour. […]

The gig at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse will mark Paul’s first gig in Indianapolis since his appearance at the Pacers Sports Entertainment Center in October 2002 as part of his ‘Back In The U.S. Tour’. […]

From McCartney in Indianapolis: A Concert Catharsis – OnStage, July 17, 2013:

Three days after the last notes died away at the Paul McCartney concert at the Banker’s Life Fieldhouse in my hometown of Indianapolis, the songs and performances still incessantly play over and over in my mind. Changing lives and altering people’s consciousness is just business as usual for Paul. And I had heard that attending one his concerts can be a borderline religious experience. But until I had experienced it for myself, I had no idea the extent of this truth – especially with regard to how I would be shot back to earlier times in my life as if I were under the spell of some sort of musical sorcerer. And in a way, I was. […]

During the concert, a quiet ballad or a song would transport me in time to a vivid rerun of a moment in my life, where I saw myself with my 8-year-old daughter learning “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” on the piano in our living room and my 5-year-old-son sitting in the floor trying to sing it. Tears suddenly started to flow down my cheeks right there at my seat – not from sadness but from a beautiful memory long buried under the layers of my busy life. At first I tried to hide it; but when I noticed a woman behind me and a man a few seats from me also weeping from the memory of their own unique experiences, I smiled and just let them flow.

During “Golden Slumbers” I could see my daughter at two years old as I whispered that song and rubbed her back as she went to sleep. Then I flashed forward to her as a 3-year-old running out of her room, screaming “I’m up!!” Smiles await you when you rise. And they did. […]

At this show, people weren’t running back and forth for beer runs as you see at many concerts. He had the audience under his spell from the first note – a skill he’s mastered from five decades of performing. Of course this tangible skill is eclipsed by the more magical and intangible talent for putting thousands of people at any given concert into a time machine of flashbacks and experiences. People say that when you die, your whole life flashes in front of you. Well, it also does at a Paul McCartney concert. I highly recommend taking the trip. It’s a necessary catharsis I didn’t even know I needed.

From – Paul on stage, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, 14th July 2013
From End of the show, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, 14th July 2013
From Twitter – Abe Laboriel Jr.: “Getting ready to rock Indy!!!!! Look out!!! : ) > #barefoot #redwine #netflix #comfychair #rockstar”

Indianapolis, you were hot, loud & unruly… in other words. perfect. #OutThereIndy ~ another house record broken too. #Macca

Brian Ray – from Twitter

Friendly crowd in Indianapolis tonight. Hope you enjoyed it like we did. Travelling now . . .

Paul Wickens – from Twitter
From Concert Photos: Paul McCartney @ Banker’s Life Fieldhouse — Indianapolis 2013 | | The Art of Live

Last updated on January 30, 2021

Bankers Life Fieldhouse

This was the 1st and only concert played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

Setlist for the concert





Foxy Lady

Written by Jimi Hendrix




Written by Lennon - McCartney








Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney


Hey Jude

Written by Lennon - McCartney





Second Encore



Written by Lennon - McCartney




The End

Written by Lennon - McCartney


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