August 8, 2018 Seattle show will be available on streaming on Nugs starting September 4th 2020.
From 09/04 to 09/07, the show Pearl Jam played at Safeco Field in Seattle on August 8 2018 will be available for streaming on nugs.tv with never before seen footage and remixed audio from Gigaton Producer, Josh Evans.
The virtual ticket for the HD streaming will be 14,99$, for Ten Club members it will be only 9,99$ instead.
PEARL JAM SEATTLE 8/8/2018 | NUGS.TV
Remixed Audio from Josh Evans
5.1 Surround Sound Immersive Audio Mix
11 Camera Pro-Shot High Definition Video
Directed by longtime PJ Live Video Director, Blue Leach
Pearl Jam is releasing the first night of the Seattle Home Shows to continue support for organizations working to prevent homelessness and to assist people currently without housing.
The concert included a 33 song set with first-time covers and special guests.
Setlist: [Walk On Music: Aye Davanita], Long Road, Release, Low Light, Small Town, Corduroy, Go, Do The Evolution, Throw Your Hatred Down (Neil Young), Mind Your Manners, Lightning Bolt, Given To Fly, All Those Yesterdays, Even Flow, Help! (Beatles) Help, Help, Black, Setting Forth (Eddie Vedder), I Am A Patriot (Steve Van Zandt), Porch
Encore: We’re Going To Be Friends (The White Stripes), Nothing As It Seems, Let Me Sleep, Breath, Again Today (Brandi Carlile, w/ Brandi Carlile), State of Love and Trust, Rearviewmirror
Encore 2: Wasted Reprise, Better Man/Save It For Later (The English Beat), Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd), Alive, I’ve Got A Feeling (Beatles), Rockin’ in the Free World (Neil Young), Yellow Ledbetter/Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix)
The band recently made available for purchase the posters of some of the canceled 2020 American Tour and also the official face masks of the band, the presale is available at this link.
While we wait to watch the first streamed concert from Pearl Jam, we invite you to watch Rebuilding Paradise, a documentary directed by Ron Howard for National Geographic, which features River Cross, a song from Pearl Jam’s new album Gigaton.
Born in Rome in 1980, she began to collaborate with pearljamonline.it in December 2017 managing to combine her two greatest passions: the English language and Pearl Jam.
Favorite song: Smile
Favorite album: Yield
Favorite bands/artists other than PJ: Dave Matthews Band, R.E.M., Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Björk, Smashing Pumpkins