Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder played a Teen Cancer America and EBRP benefit show on October 29th in Las Vegas, as rumors have started to go crazy about a massive 2020 Pearl Jam tour.
Pearl Jam Online reported, “The setlist of the benefit concert played by Eddie Vedder in favor of Teen Cancer America and EBRP. Photo by Henry Ruggeri.
Setlist: Small Town, Far Behind, I Am Mine, Wildflowers (Tom Petty), Wishlist, Hide Your Love Away (Beatles), Can’t Keep, Immortality, Rise, Just Breathe, Corduroy, Better Man, Porch
Encore: Should I Stay Or Should I Go (The Clash), Hard Sun (Indio)
Encore 2: Rockin ‘in the Free World (Neil Young)
Private benefit concert by Eddie for Teen Cancer America (founded by Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of the Who) and EB Research Partnership.”
Liam Gallagher took a brutal shot at Eddie Vedder last week. Peng wrote about the latest Pearl Jam European tour rumors on the Ten Club board after an insider dropped some hints, “Assuming they play in Amsterdam, the other Netherlands cities are too close, I think. Makes not much sense to move all the equipment just a few kilometers if they could sell out Ziggo Dome easily multiple times. Cologe and Frankfurt is reachable for a lot of people from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Stuttgart might be too far south in Germany (and Schleyerhalle is not the best location) and also too far from Berlin, Netherlands and East Europe.
Assuming Amserdam is set and also Berlin, Cologne and Frankfurt is somewhere in the middle. Lanxess Arena in Cologne would be perfect. Also, this leaves some room in west Europe for Paris?
For the ‘Spicy Zig-Zag Tour 2020’ I go with Amsterdam, some festival in the Netherlands (Pinkpop?), UK, Glastonbury would fit (and would be the kicker, altough imho unlikely), Paris, Cologne, Berlin, Rock Werchter, Imola, the Spicy Three (somewhere East Europe, did someone already mentioned Katowice? Maybe Budapest), two or three festivals at the end.” A big Guns N’ Roses and Pearl Jam festival show.
— PearlJamOnline.it (@PearlJamOnline) November 2, 2019