Pearl Jam Summer 2018 European Tour

Pearl Jam Summer 2018 European Tour

Pearl Jam will embark on a fourteen-date European tour in June and July of 2018 including two shows at the O2 Arena June 18th and 19th.

October 22, 2015 officially marked 25 years of Pearl Jam performing live. Ten studio albums, hundreds of unique live performances and official live concert bootleg releases later, the band continues to be critically acclaimed and commercially successful — with over 85 million albums sold worldwide and a 2017 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The band’s summer tour kicks off on June 12th in Amsterdam, NL and wraps up on July 14th in Lisbon, PT.  This tour marks the band’s first performance in Rome since 1996 and first ever concerts in Padova, IT and Kraków, PL.

A special ticket pre-sale begins today for current Pearl Jam Ten Club members. General public tickets for the O2 Arena go on sale Friday, December 8th at 11AM. 

Pearl Jam’s full European tour dates are as follows:

June

Tues 12th                 AMSTERDAM NL, Ziggo Dome

Fri 15th                    LANDGRAAF NL, Pinkpop Festival

Mon 18th                LONDON, O2 Arena

Tues 19th                LONDON, O2 Arena

Fri 22nd                   MILAN IT, I-Days Fetsival

Sun 24th                  PADOVA IT, Stadio Euganeo

Tues 26th                 ROME IT, Stadio Olimpico

July

Sun 1st                    PRAGUE CZ, O2 Arena

Tues 3rd                  KRAKÓW PL, Tauron Arena Kraków

Thurs 5th                  BERLIN DE, Waldbühne

Sat 7th                    WERCHTER BE, Rock Werchter Festival

Tues 10th                 BACELONA ES, Palau St. Jordi

Thurs 12th                MADRID ES, Mad Cool Festival

Tues 24th                 LISBON PT, NOS Alive Festival

 

In celebration of Pearl Jam’s legendary, sold out performances at Wrigley Field during the Chicago Cubs historic World Series championship season, Pearl Jam recently released documentary film Let’s Play Two and accompanying soundtrack album. Full details here.

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