Bruce performed the song 22 times in full at 2 times as a snippet:
1979-06-03 Whisky A Go Go, West Hollywood
Wedding of Marc Brickman to June Rudley, Bruce's lighting director and travel agent respectively. Springsteen and members of the band join Rickie Lee Jones and Boz Scaggs for a three hour celebration at West Hollywood's Whisky a Go Go on Sunset Blvd. They play for three hours, a mixture of classic covers and Springsteen originals.
1980-10-14 Mecca Arena, Milwaukee
1980-10-23 Old Timers' Café, Seattle
In town a day early, Bruce bumps into Phil Hamilton, singer for the Montana-based Lost Highway Band. Due to perform that night at Seattle's Old Timer's Cafe, Hamilton invites Bruce along. That night Springsteen ventures out of the Olympic Hotel alone in the evening, walks a couple of blocks and pays the $1 cover charge to get in and listen to the band. Sat at the end of the bar, Bruce listens to the set before borrowing a guitar and joining the band .
1980-11-14 Summit (The), Houston
1980-12-31 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale
1982-01-05 Stone Pony (The), Asbury Park
1984-05-19 Stone Pony (The), Asbury Park
1984-09-26 Community Theatre (The), Morristown
1988-11-26 Stone (The), San Francisco
1989-06-09 Stone Pony (The), Asbury Park
1990-02-12 China Club, Hollywood
Springsteen attends the sixth Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Awards, with The Impressions (Curtis Mayfield), Wilson Pickett,
The Byrds and Ike & Tina Turner the evening’s key inductees. Bruce does not give any induction speech but takes the stage alongside Jackson Browne, Don Henley, and Chaka Khan to perform “People Get Ready
” and then participates in the closing jam, trading lead vocals with John Fogerty on "In The Midnight Hour". Other artists participating in the include The Byrds, LaVern Baker, John Lee Hooker, Bonnie Raitt, Patty Smyth, Bobby Brown, Robert Cray, Phoebe Snow, and The World's Most Dangerous Band.
1992-12-14 Boston Garden, Boston
1994-08-26 Classics Cafe, Westwood, NJ
1994-09-20 House Of Blues, West Hollywood
Bruce is finally inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. The E Street Band support. "In The Midnight Hour" is a duet with Wilson Pickett, including Billy Joel on keyboard. Later Bruce joined in an all star jam session with, amongst others, Bono, Joel, Paul McCartney, Robbie Robertson, Dion, Roy Bittan, Nils Lofgren, Eric Clapton, Lauryn Hill, Bonnie Raitt, Melissa Etheridge, Pickett, Chris Isaak, The Staple Singers, Max Weinberg, D'Angelo, Peter Wolf, and Paul Shaffer and the horn section from his CBS Orchestra - Tom "Bones" Malone, Bruce Kapler, and Al Chez - who also join Bruce and the band on "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" and "In The Midnight Hour", conducted by Shaffer. "Long Tall Sally" has also been reported as played during the closing jam, but this is unconfirmed.
2006-02-08 Staples Center, Los Angeles
2010-09-11 Stone Pony (The), Asbury Park
2011-01-29 Stone Pony (The), Asbury Park
2011-10-22 Stone Pony (The), Asbury Park
2017-04-22 Firehouse, Marlboro, NJ
Bruce took his mother to restaurant Firehouse for a party celebrating the retirement of a member of the Marlboro Volunteer Fire Company. The Eddie Testa Band, taking care of the music, managed to persuade Bruce to sing on their cover of Wilson Pickett's "In The Midnight Hour" and Sam & Dave's "Soul Man
1984-09-22 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
during MARY'S PLACE
2003-03-10 Dunkin' Donuts Center, Providence, RI