STEELY DAN & THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Ages: All Ages
Gates: 5:00 pm
Show: 6:30 pm
*We do not know set times of when each act will take the stage *
Rain or Shine
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Tickets may be purchased online at www.ticketmaster.com, by phone at 800-745-3000 or
IN PERSON – NO FEE OUTLETS
Orpheum Box Office: 12pm-3pm, Monday – Thursday / 10am-3pm, Friday / 12pm-3pm, Saturday
Alliant Energy Center Box Office: 10am-5pm, Monday–Friday
High Noon Saloon: Starting at 4pm, Monday – Sunday
Chalmers Jewelers Diamond Ring General Admission – $99.00
Formally known as Gold Circle. Standing Room Only, located closest to the stage
Reserved Bleacher Seat – $75.00
Reserve a specific seat in the Breese Stevens Grandstand, located along E. Mifflin St. Standard bleacher seat.
Reserved handicapped seating is available. To reserve a handicap spot in the grandstand,
please call 608-267-3995 or 800-745-3000.
General Admission – $65.00
Field level behind Chalmers Jewelers Diamond Ring. No lawn chairs allowed.
Blankets can be placed at the 50 yard line and back from the stage.
Seating is available under the covered grandstand along Paterson St. on a first come, first served basis. No reserved seats.
The entire field level general admission is handicap accessible. Simply purchase a GA ticket.
Infants in arms do not need a ticket.
ABOUT STEELY DAN
Most rock & roll bands are a tightly wound unit that developed their music through years of playing in garages and clubs around their hometown. Steely Dan never subscribed to that aesthetic. As the vehicle for the songwriting of Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, Steely Dan defied all rock & roll conventions. Becker and Fagen never truly enjoyed rock — with their ironic humor and cryptic lyrics, their eclectic body of work shows some debt to Bob Dylan — preferring jazz, traditional pop, blues, and R&B. Steely Dan created a sophisticated, distinctive sound with accessible melodic hooks, complex harmonies and time signatures, and a devotion to the recording studio. With producer Gary Katz, Becker and Fagen gradually changed Steely Dan from a performing band to a studio project, hiring professional musicians to record their compositions. Though the band didn’t perform live between 1974 and 1993, Steely Dan’s popularity continued to grow throughout the ’70s, as their albums became critical favorites and their singles became staples of AOR and pop radio stations. Even after the group disbanded in the early ’80s, their records retained a cult following, as proven by the massive success of their unlikely return to the stage in the early ’90s. Read more here.
ABOUT THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
Born out of Northern California’s chaotic, late-1960s musical stew, The Doobie Brothers’ rugged, real and authentic approach to rock and roll made them biker bar stalwarts. But their self-titled debut album in ’71 went beyond just leather and motorcycles, revealing even more musical layers; sweet three-part harmonies and rootsy, introspective, acoustic flavors.
The Doobie Brothers’ legacy has been built upon not just hit records, but also an unrivaled commitment to musical integrity and a steadfast allegiance to their enthusiastic fan base. The bands ability to evolve in a constantly changing industry and connections to generations of listening audiences is a testament to their craft. Read more here.
ABOUT BREESE STEVENS FIELD
Breese Stevens Field is a multi-purpose stadium listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and located in downtown Madison on East Washington Avenue. The facility hosts athletic events, concerts, community events and more annually.
Adequate free parking will be available – See below for a full parking map.
Concert attendees are also encouraged to bike to the event. Free bike parking is available courtesy of Schwinn.
PERMITTED AND PROHIBITED ITEMS
Prohibited items that are discovered during inspections at venue entrances must either be returned to the owner’s vehicle or will be discarded. The venue will not provide a storage area for these items.
• Non-professional and disposable cameras
• Small purses and fanny packs
• Blankets (only in designated area on the back half of the field)
• One Factory Sealed 20 oz. Water Bottle
PROHIBITED ITEMS (Including but not limited to)
• Lawn Chairs
• Food & Beverages
• Balloons, Flag poles, Tables, any items to stake into the field
• Coolers, Glass Bottles, Cans, Thermoses
• Large Bags, Backpacks, Briefcases
• Pets (only service animals are permitted)
• Professional cameras, Tripods, Video Cameras, Recording Devices
• Athletic gear
• Any item deemed by management to be dangerous or inappropriate
• Smoking and E-cigs are not allowed within Breese Stevens Field. There will be designated smoking and e-cig areas.
1. Are any food or beverage carry-ins permitted?
One factory sealed 20 oz. water bottle per person will be allowed, no other food or beverage will be allowed inside the stadium.
2. Are dogs allowed inside the stadium?
No. Exception is service animals.
3. Are chairs allowed inside the stadium?
No, chairs, stools, and stadium seats will not be allowed. Blankets are encouraged and can be placed on the field behind the 50 yard line of General Admission. No blankets can be placed inside the Gold Circle.
4. Can elderly or injured bring in chairs?
This is judged on a case by case situation.
5. Are umbrellas allowed inside the stadium?
6. Are bikes allowed inside the stadium?
No, bikes must be parked outside of the stadium, bike parking will be available on Paterson Street.
7. Are there assigned seats?
Assigned seating is available in the reserved bleachers, located along E. Mifflin St. A reserved bleacher seat must be purchased to secure a seat here. General Admission seats are available under the covered grandstand at the opposite end of the stage. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis here.
8. Are wheelchairs allowed inside the stadium?
9. Where is a handicap accessible ramp to get into the stadium seats?
Right next to gate 4 there is a handicap accessible ramp.
10. Where are the restrooms located?
In the stands to the right of gate 4 there are two entrances to the bathrooms. One will be a ramp directly underneath the light pole next to gate 4, the other is a stairway to the right of the ramped entrance.
11. Are ATMs available?
12. Are credit cards accepted?
Credit cards will be accepted at all food stands. Beer stands and kiosks will be cash only.
13. What time does the concert end?
The concert concludes at 10:00pm
14. Is smoking permitted inside the stadium? Vaping?
No, smoking and vaping will not be allowed inside the stadium. A smoking corral will be available outside of gate 3.
15. Will the concert go on if it rains?
The concert will continue rain or shine.
16. Do children need a ticket?
Infants in arms do not need a ticket. All other children will need to have a ticket.
17. Are bags allowed inside the stadium?
No bags larger than nine inches by 10 inches by 12 inches. Bags larger than this will be either confiscated or asked to be returned to the owners vehicle.
18. Are there security measures in place?
Yes, so please arrive early for the show as there are security measures in place that hinder the entrance to the facility.
19. Can anything be brought of of the venue?
No, nothing is permitted out of the venue this includes any food, soda, water, Gatorade, beer, and trash.
A detailed parking map can be found below. Parking attendants and signage will direct you into the appropriate lots.
Concert attendees are also encouraged to bike to the event. Adequate bike parking will be provided, courtesy of Schwinn, along N. Patterson St.