Pearl Jam announce tour dates

Pearl Jam announce tour dates

Pearl Jam have announced a two-leg, 24 date North American tour.

Leg one kicks-off in Pittsburgh on October 11 and wraps in New Orleans with the band's previously announced headlining performance at Voodoo Music + Arts Experience during the weekend of November 1. The second leg of the tour commences in Dallas on November 15 and closes in the band’s hometown of Seattle on December 6.

The band are allegedly due to release their tenth studio album later in the year, the follow-up to 2009's Backspacer.

Pearl Jam will play:

October 11: Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh PA
October 12: First Niagara Center, Buffalo NY
October 15: DCU Center, Worcester MA
October 18: Barclays Center, Brooklyn NY
October 19: Barclays Center, Brooklyn NY
October 21: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia PA
October 22: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia PA
October 25: XL Center, Hartford CT
October 27: 1st Mariner Arena, Baltimore MD
October 29: John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville VA
October 30: Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte NC
November 1 - 3: Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, New Orleans LA
November 15: American Airlines Arena, Dallas TX
November 16: Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City OK
November 19: Arena, Phoenix AZ
November 21: Viejas Arena, San Diego CA
November 23: Sports Arena, Los Angeles CA
November 24: Sports Arena, Los Angeles CA
November 26: Oracle Arena, Oakland CA
November 29: Rose Garden Arena, Portland OR
November 30: Spokane Arena, Spokane WA
December 2: Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary AB
December 4: Rogers Arena, Vancouver BC
December 6: Key Arena, Seattle WA

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