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Pearl Jam Announces Livestream For Second Seattle ‘Home Shows’ Concert

The stream will be available from February 12 through February 16 and will feature the footage of the band’s August 2018 performance at Seattle’s Safeco Field.

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Pearl Jam has announced the airdate for their second Home Shows livestream following the pay-per-view stream of the first shows filmed during the band’s 2018 hometown stadium concerts in Seattle.

Night two of the Home Shows will be available from February 12 through February 16 via the live webcast platform Nugs and will feature the footage of the band’s August 10, 2018 performance at Seattle’s Safeco Field.

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Tickets for the webcast stream are available from Nugs with a discount available for members of Pearl Jam’s Ten Club.

“The stream will feature the 37-song set, mixed in stereo and 5.1 digital surround sound by Pearl Jam producer, Josh Evans,” Pearl Jam informed in a statement. “This never-seen-before full-color footage was captured using multiple HD cameras by touring video director Blue Leach and edited by PJ archivist Kevin Shuss.”

Proceeds from the original pair of Home Shows held in 2018 went towards organizations dedicated to fighting homelessness. The event raised close to $11 million. In August 2020, Pearl Jam live streamed the first of the two nights to provide hope for the return of live music as the world continued to push through the COVID-19 pandemic.

The upcoming Home Shows stream will feature guest appearances from Kim Thayil of Soundgarden as well as Mark Arm and Steven Turner of Mudhoney. The setlist features covers of tracks by Tom Petty, Chris Cornell, the Stooges, Pink Floyd, and Mother Love Bone.

In a statement about the performances, Nugs founder Brad Serling said: “We’ve worked with Pearl Jam for 20 years, and while we miss seeing them on stage, the archive of more than 400 performances dating all the way back to 1993 has helped fans fill the void.”

In November, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder performed during the digital event Venture Into Cures in support of the EB Research Partnership. The partnership, founded by Vedder and his wife Jill, raises funds to research a cure for the genetic disorders Epidermolysis Bullosa. The event also features performances by Alessia Cara, Andra Day, Glen Hansard, Keb’ Mo’, Adam Levine, and Lukas, Micah and Willie Nelson.

Listen to the best of Pearl Jam on Apple Music and Spotify.

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