The Who frontman Roger Daltrey and Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder were recently spotted doing bedroom rehearsal.
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Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder recently made a surprise appearance as guest of the Teen Cancer America Benefit organized by the Who at a private location in Pacific Palisades, California. With the British group, the Pearl Jam lead singer sang an acoustic version of ‘The Seeker’.
Meanwhile, it has been also noted that Eddie Vedder and Green Day are set to headline a concert. Green Day and Eddie Vedder will headline the fifth annual Innings Festival, taking place at Arizona’s Tempe Beach and Tempe Arts Park, February 25-26, 2023.
The two-day festival will take place Feb. 25 and 26, 2023, at Tempe Beach and Tempe Arts Park. Other acts confirmed over the two dates include Weezer, The Black Crowes, The Offspring and The Pretty Reckless on Saturday and Marcus Mumford, The Revivalists, Mt. Joy and The Head and the Heart on Sunday.
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, The Glorious Sons, Paris Jackson, Annie DiRusso, Umphrey’s McGee, Magic City Hippies, Heartless Bastards and Hazel English will round out the 18 bands and artists participating in the baseball-themed festival.
Additionally, Jake Peavy will host an “All-Star Baseball Jam” and Off the Mound featuring Ryan Dempster will will host an on-site talk show during the event. Numerous Major League Baseball stars will make appearances over the weekend like Randy Johnson, Dontrelle Willis, Grady Sizemore, Kevin Mitchell, Vince Coleman, Bret Boone, Vinny Castilla, Matt Williams, Edgar Martinez, Mike Cameron and more.
General admission, GA+, Platinum and VIP tickets for one or two days will go on sale Thursday (Oct. 27) at 10 a.m. PT on the festival’s official website. Hopeful attendees can also sign up for the official Innings Festival email list or SMS text alerts to get updates on the event.