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Pearl Jam Tickets

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Pearl Jam Tickets

Pearl Jam Schedule

There's a host of live performances to choose from if you'd like to catch Pearl Jam in concert! Look for Pearl Jam in the coming weeks at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas; the Chesapeake Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Arizona; Viejas Arena in San Diego, California; the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California; the Moda Center at the Rose Quarter in Portland, Oregon; the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta; the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia; and the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington.

Check StubHub now for venues in your neck of the woods, and mark the dates on your calendar. Don't miss out on the band that exploded onto the grunge scene in the early '90s and hasn't looked back! Pick up your tickets now for Pearl Jam!


Pearl Jam Background

Hailing from Seattle, where the grunge movement all began, Pearl Jam formed in 1990. Since they were founded, the band's lineup has included frontman Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament on bass, Stone Gossard on guitar and Mike McCready on guitar. Matt Cameron of Soundgarden serves as the Pearl Jam's current and fifth drummer.

Pearl Jam eclipsed the music scene in 1991 with their first album, Ten. They toured tirelessly, headlining small venues and opening for big players like U2, Neil Young and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. In 1992, they headlined the Lollapalooza Tour and additionally opened for Keith Richards that same year.

By the closing of 1992, Pearl Jam was recognized as one of the biggest bands on the planet - even outselling Nirvana!

Originally Pearl Jam was branded as an alternative band, but their link to classic rock came into the spotlight when Vedder stepped in for Jim Morrison for the Doors reunion held in 1993 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Vedder additionally participated in concerts paying homage to greats like Pete Townshend and Bob Dylan.

Pearl Jam was there again at the 1993 MTV Video Music Awards, backing Neil Young on Rockin' in the Free World.

Pearl Jam continued to churn out albums, with their sophomore album, Vs., remarkably selling 1.3 million copies in its first 13 days of release. Vs. featured hit songs like Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town as well as Daughter.

Vitalogy was their third album and contained hit singles Corduroy and Better Man and quickly rose to No. 1 on the charts. No Code came in the late summer of 1996. Pearl Jam spent most of 1997 working on projects, and by the close of the year, they had completed Yield. It was issued in 1998, and Pearl Jam launched a full-scale arena tour to support Yield.

In 1999, Pearl Jam landed a surprise hit that resonated largely with pop radio. A cover of the J. Frank Wilson tune, Last Kiss, was originally issued as a fan club-only single. But the large demand for the song culminated into a nationwide release. Eventually, Last Kiss scored as the band's highest-charting pop hit. It topped the charts at No. 2 and earned gold status.

The 2000s were greeted by Binaural (2000); Riot Act (2002); Pearl Jam (2006); Backspacer (2009); and Lightning Bolt (2013).

Pearl Jam continues to stand as an American rock institution today! Make sure you catch the band on their latest tour!


Pearl Jam Hit Albums

To date, Pearl Jam has racked up over 31.5 million record sales in the nation and an estimated 60 million globally. Album credits include: Ten (1991); Vs. (1993); Vitalogy (1994); No Code (1996); Yield (1998); Binaural (2000); Riot Act (2002); Pearl Jam (2006); Backspacer (2009); and Lightning Bolt (2013).


Pearl Jam Trivia

Here are some interesting facts about Pearl Jam that you can throw around at your next party:

Fact #1: Originally Pearl Jam coined themselves, Mookie Blaylock after the basketball player.

Fact #2: Pearl Jam's hit single, Jeremy, is about Jeremy Wade Delle - a teen who shot himself in front of his peers at a high school in Richardson, Texas.

Fact #3: Frontman Eddie Vedder penned the song, Bugs, which is included on the album Vitalogy, after purchasing an accordion at a thrift shop.

Fact #4: Eddie Vedder is an ardent surfer. (Do they make flannel swim trunks?)

So, there you have it - a few fun facts about Pearl Jam to share with your pals.


Pearl Jam Concert Experience

Despite the ever-changing musical landscape, Pearl Jam has managed to sustain its popularity through their Zeppelin-inspired rock and roll, and emotionally charged lyrics. So if you get the chance, make sure you get out to a Pearl Jam concert. When a talented frontman like Eddie Vedder takes the stage, you never know what can happen. But you can definitely expect to experience Pearl Jam to deliver a high-energy performance. So head out to see it all happen up close and personal as Pearl Jam is scheduled to put on yet another fantastic show for their rabid fan base.

All you need to do is click right here on StubHub to find out where Pearl Jam is going to next! It's that easy!

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