Indiana University Assembly Hall – Sept. 1, 1974

The Indiana University Eagles concert was in the I.U. Assembly Hall on September 1, 1974. The Eagles and Kansas opened for the Beach Boys. It was originally supposed to be an outdoor concert at the 10th Street Stadium, but rain changed the plans to an indoor concert in the Indiana University Assembly Hall.

Eagles backstage
Neil Sharrow, photographer

Randy Meisner

Glenn Frey

Don Felder

Don Henley
Don could hide his drumsticks in that hair.

Indiana University Eagles concert

Bernie Leadon, Randy Meisner, and Don Felder
I hope Randy didn’t lose the key hanging from his back pocket.

Randy Meisner and Glenn Frey

Randy Meisner and Glenn Frey

Bernie Leadon and Glenn Frey

Don Henley

Randy Meisner, Glenn Frey, Bernie Leadon, Don Henley, and Don Felder

Randy Meisner, Don Henley (on drums) Glenn Frey, Don Felder, and Bernie Leadon

Bernie Leadon, Don Felder, and Don Henley (on drums)
Indiana Daily Student (Indiana University student newspaper) – Sept. 2, 1974

Concert Posters
Kansas and the Eagles opened for the Beach Boys at Indiana University

Concert ticket – $7.00
Weather caused the show to be changed from the outdoor stadium to the Indiana University Assembly Hall

Eagles and Beach Boys concert ticket
Indiana University Assembly Hall

Evansville Courier (Evansville, IN) – Aug. 9, 1974

Eagles and Beach Boys concert advertisement
Ad in The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, IN) – Sept. 1, 1974

“The Eagles livened up the darkness with a string of hits composed of many of the better songs of the day. The band opened with ‘Take It Easy,’ followed with ‘Outlaw Man’ and then hit the better songs from their current album like ‘Already Gone’ and ‘Midnight Flyer’.”

Indiana University Eagles concert newspaper review

Concert review in the Daily Herald-Telephone (Bloomington, IN) – Sept. 1974

Indiana University Eagles concert yearbook review

From the 1975 Arbutus (Indiana University yearbook pg. 14). There was no Eagles photo, only a Beach Boys photo.

Indiana University Assembly Hall – capacity was 16,746

Assemblyhall KT01

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