Pearl Jam Tickets
In the 1990s, it was the grunge movement which revolutionized rock music. Anti-establishment anthems dominated the airwaves, and few enjoyed the popularity or the lasting appeal of the biggest hits by Pearl Jam. Now, two decades and nine records after the release of their landmark studio album Ten, the legendary alternative-rock outfit is returning to the road for a North American tour. Performances are slated for U.S. and Canadian cities including Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Toronto and NYC, and anyone who has been to a PJ show knows that Eddie Vedder and company always bring the energy. Take this rare opportunity to see one of rock’s biggest acts live on the stage—order your Pearl Jam tickets today!
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Pearl Jam 2016 Tour
Pearl Jam is hitting the stage again this summer, but only for a limited time so don’t miss your chance to catch them performing live. Their tiny tour starts on August 5 at Fenway Park in Boston, MA where they will play two shows that weekend. The next opportunity to see Eddie Vedder and the band live is on August 20 or 22 when they set up at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL. Tickets for both events start around $200 and are selling out fast. Vedder and his band mates are sure to put on a show that will be unforgettable, so boost your summer memories when you purchase your tickets for one of the August performances today.
Eddie Vedder always puts on a great show, but that was especially true last night in Greenville, SC. Not only did he and the rest of Pearl Jam perform four decades of beloved and lesser-known hits, but also the entire album Vs! That’s right, Vedder and the rest of the guys performed the album that solidified their place in rock music history in its entirety, along with a selection of other classics. It was a completely unexpected moment for which the crowd went wild. The best part of all was that Vedder and the gang sounded just as good as they did back in 1992 when the album was first released.
When you go to a Pearl Jam concert, you can definitely expect things to get loud. Though you may not mind the ringing in your ears after the show, it’s important to remember that it can cause permanent damage. That’s why the band has teamed up with an organization called MusiCares to offer a special set of earplugs to fans at their shows. Bassist Jeff Ament in particular has spoken candidly about his own hearing damage from the years of abuse at loud shows and cranking up a Walkman too loud. “Don’t be careless,” Ament commented. Get your own special edition of PJ earplugs when they hit the road next month! Tickets for all upcoming shows are available now.
2/11/16 - It’s been a long time since we’ve heard from Eddie Vedder, but your favorite alternative rockers are back at it and ready to hit the stage in less than two months. The tour will run from its opening night on Friday, April 8 through closing night on Monday, August 22. There are several notable stops along the way, including one at the iconic Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL, on August 20. Tickets to the show at Wrigley Field are $166 and up. Tickets to opening night at BB&T Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL are currently available for purchase starting at $29. That’s a steal to see one of the greatest band in alternative rock.
2/4/16 - Rebounding isn’t a word commonly associated with a band like Pearl Jam, but even rock gods have their struggles. Nearly two decades ago PJ released No Code, which did not meet the expectations of fans or critics. Battles with Ticketmaster and struggles to get a tour booked ensued, and what would have been a death sentence for just about any other band became a time of reflection and reformation for Pearl Jam. Their comeback happened just a couple years later when they released Yield, which launched them back into mainstream success. Pearl Jam continues at the top of their rock and roll game, recently announcing a tour that is set to kick off on April 8 at the BB&T Center in Fort Lauderdale. Tickets are available now for $96 and up!
5/29/14 - Seattle rock kings, Pearl Jam, announced fall dates for a North American tour in support of the No. 1 album "Lightning Bolt" released late last year. In addition to their two-weekend headlining slots at the Austin City Limits Music festival, the band has announced ten October concert dates for their North American leg in 2014. After touring Europe over summer, the US Pearl Jam tour will kick off in Cincinnati (10/1) and wrap up in Denver (10/22).
According to Google trends, a search for Pearl Jam tour peaked in July 2013. No surprise considering the same month the “most popular American rock & roll band of the 90’s” announced a two-leg North American arena fall tour and released the lead single “Mind Your Manners” off their recently titled album ‘Lightning Bolt’ due out October 15. The Pearl Jam tour will be in support of their upcoming album, the tenth in the Seattle group’s discography. ‘Lighting Bowl’ follows up ‘Backspacer’ which Pearl Jam released in 2009 – the same year the rock band headlined the Austin City Limits Music Festival.
Matt Cameron, the band’s drummer just finished a U.S. tour with Soundgarden in May and will be traveling to Europe in September. Following his Soundgarden gig, Cameron will join Pearl Jam bandmates Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready, and Eddie Vedder on tour. Pearl Jam tickets for the 23-City tour are expected to have a similar price tag to the band’s upcoming sold-out concerts in London, Ontario and Chicago; both marketed as ‘An Evening with Pearl Jam.’ The Pearl Jam Chicago concert at Wrigley Field is the bigger of the two; PJ tickets range from $355-$5826. To see Pearl Jam live at the Budweiser Gardens in Ontario you’ll pay an average ticket price of $516.
The first leg of the Pearl Jam’s tour will launch October 11 at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh and finishes with a headlining performance at Voodoo Music Experience the weekend of November 1. During the first leg, East Coast fans can catch a show near Boston at the DCU Center, one of two Pearl Jam New York shows at the Barclays Center or Philadelphia concerts at the Wells Fargo Center among others. The second leg will start up November 15 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas and wrap in the band’s hometown of Seattle at Key Arena on December 6. The second half of the tour includes two Pearl Jam LA shows at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.