Pearl Jam is streaming the band’s 2018 performance in Seattle online.
The instantly classic concert, one of two Seattle dates dubbed the Home Shows, included performances of more than 30 songs and lasted over three hours. The set featured the live debut of PJ covering the White Stripes song “We’re Going to Be Friends,” and a duet with Brandi Carlile.
If that sounds like something you’d like to see — or, for those lucky to be there, relive — you can watch a stream of the concert via the site Nugs.net starting on September 4 at 8 p.m. ET. It’ll then be available on demand throughout Labor Day Weekend.
You can pre-order the webcast now for $14.99. Members of Pearl Jam’s Ten Club will receive a discount.
Sadly, it appears that the internet will be the only place to see Pearl Jam perform until at least 2021. The band had planned to tour the world this spring and summer in support of their new album Gigaton, but the dates were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Josh Johnson
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