Two years since their last European concert, the American rockers from Seattle, Pearl Jam have revealed the full dates of their upcoming European tour next summer.
Apart from a series of show in many European countries, Pearl Jam will be also headlining Rock Werchter, Lollapalooza Paris and Lollapalooza Stockholm next year. What is more, American rock band will perform at British Summer Time.
In their upcoming tour, the band will be performing in many places that Pearl Jam hasn’t been in a while including Zürich (first show in 20 years) and Frankuft (first show since 1992) among others.
You can see the full list of dates below:
23 June – Frankfurt Festhalle
25 June – Berlin, DE
27 June – Lollapalooza Stockholm, SE
29 June – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, DK
02 July – Rock Werchter, BE
05 July – Imola, IT
07 July – Vienna, AU
10 July – London, UK
13 July – Krakow PL
15 July – Budapest, HU
17 July – Zürich, CH
19 July – Lollapalooza Paris, FR
21 July – Amsterdam
You can see the full announcement below:
Pearl Jam are an American rock/grunge band from Seattle, formed in 1990. The band released their debut album Ten in 1991. It became a breakthrough success for the band, selling more than 10 million copies. The record is considered one of the most influential albums of the 90s. After that, the band released nine more albums. They are often referred to as one of the greatest rock bands of their generation.
Pearl Jam have been nominated for numerous awards throughout the years, including 15 Grammy Awards. In 2017, the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Most notably, the band has been known for very energetic live shows. Eddie Vedder’s powerful baritone vocals and on-stage performances place him among the best rock frontmen of all time.
Rock Werchter started as a one-day festival back in 1974. Now, with almost 90,000 visitors each day and around 80 bands for its four-day line-up, it is one of the biggest festivals in Europe. Through the years, it has hosted a variety of music genres and artists. From Metallica and Iron Maiden to David Bowie and Paul McCartney, all have taken the stage in Werchter, Belgium. Rock Werchter is known for its diverse crowds of all ages and nationalities.