Pearl Jam announced today that they will embark on a thirteen date European Tour in June and July 2020.
Pearl Jam 2020 Euro Tour Dates:
25 June – Waldbühne, Berlin, DE (Opening Act: Idles)
27 June – Lollapalooza Stockholm, SE
29 June – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, DK (Opening Act: Idles)
02 July – Rock Werchter, BE
05 July – Autodromo, Imola, IT (Opening Act: Pixies)
07 July – Stadthalle, Vienna, AU (Opening Act: White Reaper)
10 July – BST Hyde Park, London, UK (Opening Act: Pixies and White Reaper)
13 July – Tauron Arena, Kraków, PL (Opening Act: White Reaper)
15 July – Budapest Arena, Budapest, HU (Opening Act: White Reaper)
17 July – Hallenstadion, Zurich, CH (Opening Act: White Reaper)
19 July – Lollapalooza Paris, FR
22 July – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, NL (Opening Act: White Reaper)
Public sale starts Saturday, December 7th at 10am GMT/11am CET/2am PT for all non-festival dates. Check the Tour page for a full list of European tour dates and public sale information.
Imola ticket info: Due to new Italian ticketing laws, all tickets (including Ten Club tickets) must have the ticket holder’s name printed on the ticket to be matched with photo ID upon entering the show.
TEN CLUB PRE-SALE
Members active as of Sunday, December 1st are eligible for the Pearl Jam 2020 European Tour ticket pre-sale drawing. New memberships and membership renewals purchased now are not considered eligible. Check out the instructional video. Eligible members may enter the drawing for both GA and Reserved tickets to any given show, but can only possibly be selected for one or the other. Two (2) ticket limit per show. No single tickets. You can choose GA tickets (general admission, these tickets are for standing room only on the floor closest to the stage and are mixed with general public) or Reserved tickets (seats will be assigned based on seniority and are located in the best locations in the venue) and you will be selected for each ticket type taking your priority into consideration. Eligible members may enter the drawing for both GA and Reserved tickets to any given show, but can only possibly be selected for one or the other. This drawing entry period opens today, December 2nd and closes Thursday, December 5th at 10am GMT/11am CET in Europe. Names will be drawn on Thursday, December 5th. Once names have been drawn, the “My Tickets” page will be updated to indicate for which show(s) your name has been drawn and for which show(s) your name has not. Also, you will receive an email that day confirming your drawing status and any show(s) your name has been drawn for.
For the Imola show, due to new Italian ticketing laws, all tickets must have the ticket holder’s name printed on the ticket to be matched with photo ID upon entering the show. After the presale, Ten Club will contact all Imola ticket winners with info on how to submit the name of their guest for ticket printing.
Important note: By entering the drawing for any show, you are committing to purchase the tickets should your name be drawn. For example, if you enter for all Pearl Jam shows, it is possible your name can be drawn for all shows. So, please only enter for the number of shows you are prepared to pay for and attend. Tickets are non-refundable. Members entering a drawing will have a $1 authorization held on their cards no matter how many shows are entered. If selected for any shows during the drawing, this $1 authorization will automatically become a final sale charge totaling the sum of the ticket prices of all the shows drawn. If not selected, the $1 authorization will be canceled and released back to your card. All ticket sales are final. No refunds, name transfers or exchanges. No exceptions. The Ten Club member whose account was used to purchase the tickets must present their photo ID in person to collect the tickets on the day of the show. Reselling of Ten Club tickets will result in cancelation of ticket purchase and possibly loss of membership.
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