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Pearl Jam Ticket Information

Pearl Jam was founded in Seattle in 1990, and the band rose to prominence early on, thanks to the growing popularity of the grunge movement. Led by the charismatic Eddie Vedder, Pearl Jam began to create a legacy built on rowdy, energetic live concerts that featured top hits like “Even Flow,” “Alive,” “Jeremy,” and “Daughter.” More than 25 years later, this iconic rock band continues to bring its legendary live show to new audiences around the country, and you can see Vedder, Mike McCready, and the rest of the crew play live this year when the Pearl Jam tour 2017 makes a stop near you. Find a list of the most up-to-date Pearl Jam tour dates below, but don’t hesitate to contact us for more assistance as needed. Our service team can be reached online via Live Chat or when you call us at 866.848.8499.

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Pearl Jam Band Members

Pearl Jam is led by singer Eddie Vedder, whose name has become synonymous with the band thanks to his distinct vocal style. Along with Vedder, three of the five founding Pearl Jam band members are still part of the project. This includes Mike McCready (lead guitar), Jeff Ament (bass), and Stone Gossard (guitar). Rounding out the lineup is Matt Cameron, who has been Pearl Jam’s drummer since the late 1990s.

Pearl Jam Tour

Every time a Pearl Jam tour is announced, fans go crazy, and for good reason. This is one of the world’s best live rock outfits: The group has been commanding huge audiences since its formation, and with more than quarter-century’s worth of practice together, Pearl Jam knows how to keep energy high for lengthy multi-hour concerts. The first official Pearl Jam live tour took place in 1991, but the band has been consistently traveling the world since then. Notable among the many treks are the 1991-92 Ten Tour, which was Pearl Jam’s first full-scale concert venture, the 1996 No Code Tour, and the 2013-14 Lightning Bolt Tour.

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Pearl Jam Ticket Prices

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Pearl Jam Songs and Setlists

Over its career, more than a dozen Pearl Jam songs have made it into the top 10 of Billboard’s Modern Rock chart, including the No. 1 singles “Daughter” and “Given to Fly.” Most of these top tracks are staples of every Pearl Jam concert. According to setlist.fm, the band’s first two singles, “Even Flow” and “Alive,” have been played live more than 700 times each. Other favorite Pearl Jam setlist songs include “Porch,” “Black,” “Better Man,” and “Corduroy.”

When breaking down the most popular Pearl Jam albums performed live, it’s no surprise the band’s 1991 debut, “Ten,” is at the top of the list. Other favorites include the group’s sophomore effort, “Vs.,” as well as “Vitalogy” and “Yield.”


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