Pearl Jam May Be Planning Another Major Tour Of Surprising Country


Pearl Jam expert dimitrispearljam has posted on the Ten Club forums in response to rumors of an Australian tour.

“everybody knows, that ill blow the roof of this forum when i know is gonna happen.”

In another thread about a possible Australian tour, a fan named gardenzootopian bumped the thread that hadn’t had a post since 2012.

“bring on an aussie tour and new album, hopefully no festival gigs, only full PJ only gigs wanted…. surprise side shows at small venues also welcome whether it be eddie solo or all of em.”

dimitrispearljam posted a GIF of Tina Fey with her lips sealed in response. dimitrispearljam first broke news that Pearl Jam were planning a 2018 North American stadium tour and summer 2018 European tour on the Ten Club boards.

Join Ticketmaster executive VP David Marcus and radio host The Rob for a live broadcast of the “Faithfull Forum: US Tour / Ticketing Edition” on SiriusXM’s Pearl Jam Radio Channel 22 on Monday. Call: 855-9-PEARL-JAM to speak to Marcus.

David Marcus became a heavyweight for Ticketmaster in February 2017, as Billboard reported that the Live Nation-owned ticketing giant announced that Marcus was their new executive VP, head of music in North America, overseeing the OnTour artist services operation, the Venues & Promoters ticketing segment and club ticketing platform TicketWeb.

Marcus reports to Ticketmaster North America president Jared Smith, who said the unified division will help the company “leverage our unique assets against the specific needs of the music ecosystem. We’re building a team here that can help an artist and the first set of clubs they play in, and grow with them all the way to theaters, arenas and stadiums.”

He added, “We believe David’s successful history of working with artists, fans, and technology gives him the ability to guide our investments to ensure we provide the most comprehensive solutions for all the various players in the live music lifecycle.”

Marcus said at the time, “”I couldn’t be more excited to rejoin Ticketmaster. I’ve spent my entire career developing products and businesses that connect fans more closely with the artists they love, and I’m passionate about the opportunity to continue that work here,” said Marcus in a statement. “We’re going to redefine the ticket buying experience in a way that makes it more rewarding to be a fan, helps artists build bigger and more dynamic touring careers, and ensures that our client venues and promoters have cutting edge tools and technology to generate outsized returns on their live events.”