Eddie Vedder Filmed Carrying Bizarre Briefcase


Pearl Jam frontman held a live in conversation with Damien Echols on Monday night at the Neptune Theater in Seattle for his High Magick book. Vedder came onstage with a hilarious briefcase, his hard ukulele case!

mwplum posted on the Pearl Jam Ten Club board, “We attended the event last night. Both my wife and I had reservations about driving 2+ hours for a conversation (that’s a new one for us, and difficult to explain to the border guards), but it was well worth it. Such a powerful, loving, and humorous chat. The only criticism I have is that Eddie needs to get a new briefcase/backpack (he used a hard uke case)! While we knew that no music would be played, it was still such a tease when he walked out with that case 🙂 !!!”

You can watch video below of Vedder arriving onstage with his special briefcase!


Eddie Vedder and Incubus will headline the Innings Festival at Tempe Beach Park on March 2 and 3, 2019.

Incubus, Sheryl Crow, Cake, Grouplove, Blues Traveler, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, Guster, Black Pistol Fire, Dorothy, and The Baseball Project will perform on March 2nd.

Eddie Vedder, Jimmy Eat World, Band of Horses, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Shakey Graves, Liz Phair, Mat Kearney, and G. Love & Special Sauce will play on March 3rd.

There will be special appearances by baseball legends Roger Clemens, Jake Peavy, Sean Casey, Huston Street, and Eric Byrnes.

Tickets are on sale at inningsfestival.com. A two-day general admission pass costs $130, while one day will cost $99. A VIP pass, which gets you access to a viewing platform and lounge, costs $380 for two days and $250 for one. There’s also a “platinum” VIP pass available at $780 for two days and $580 for one, and layaway payment plans are available at all three levels.