Pearl Jam Offer Refunds To Disappointed Fans


Pearl Jam were scheduled to perform in Baltimore, MD in 2022, two years after postponing the show. The Eddie Vedder-fronted band was scheduled to perform at the Royal Farms Arena. Unfortunately, the show has been called off. The show has been canceled after it was previously postponed. The band’s official website confirmed the news. They did not announce any ticketing options, but they have assured that the ticket holders would be refunded.

Pearl Jam issues statement

Here is what the website read:

“We are disappointed to share that we have had to cancel the previously postponed Baltimore, MD show. The building is closing for upcoming renovations and is unable to reschedule a new date. We cannot announce any new ticketing options at this time but hope to be able to take care of fans impacted by this cancellation in the future. All ticket holders will receive an email with refund information.”

Due to the global pandemic, Pearl Jam has yet to tour with their latest album ‘Gigaton’. However, they are already thinking about who they want to work with on their successor, and it involves none other than the pop star Justin Bieber’s co-writer.

In a recent interview with NME, Eddie Vedder revealed that the band hopes to get into the studio with Andrew Watt, the influential producer who worked on Vedder’s upcoming solo album, ‘Earthling’. In 2021, he took home a Grammy in the Best Non-Classical Producer category.

“We’ll make a record with Andrew, I think. We’ve already talked about it,” Vedder said in the interview. You know, the pandemic came right when we were going on tour with the record ‘Gigaton.’ We had a lot of shows planned. Two-thirds of those concerts were even put on sale. So one thing we’ll do in 2022 is deliver on the promises of playing those shows.” Pearl Jam last played live at the Ohana Festival in October 2021.