Pearl Jam offering PPV of 2018 ‘Home Show’

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In 2018 Pearl Jam kicked-off their North American tour in the city where it all started for the band. This was the first of two sold out performances billed as “The Home Shows” where the hometown crowd was treated to a 33 song setlist which included rarities, a cover debut of a White Stripes song, a guest appearance from Brandi Carlile, and the beloved classics. In partnership with, the leading music platform for live concert streams, including more than 400 Pearl Jam concert recordings, the August 8th, 2018 performance from Safeco Field in Seattle will be made available for fans to watch at any point during the labor day weekend. Fans can pre-order on or

The HD stream will be $14.99. Pearl Jam “Ten Club” members will receive special pricing.

The band was set to embark on a tour this spring in support of their most recent album, Gigaton, until the COVID-19 pandemic forced the postponement.

“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. Streaming this incredible 2018 show from their hometown of Seattle is a ray of sunshine for these times,” shares Brad Serling, Founder and CEO.

Founded in 1997 as a fan site for downloading live music, has evolved into the leading live music platform for the largest touring artists in the world. Bruce Springsteen, Metallica, Pearl Jam, Phish, Jack White, Red Hot Chili Peppers, My Morning Jacket and many others distribute recordings of thousands of concerts they play through The platform offers live streams, downloads, CDs, Video on Demand, and the only streaming service dedicated to live music, delivering exclusive live content to millions of fans daily. is available on iOS, Android, AppleTV, Sonos, BluOS, and Desktop. A free 30-day trial is available.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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