PEARL JAM Frontman Announces Solo Dates

Jonathan Cohen of reports that PEARL JAM frontman Eddie Vedder will embark on his first solo tour this spring, on the heels of his Monkeywrench/J soundtrack to the acclaimed film "Into the Wild". Dates begin April 2 in Vancouver; Liam Finn will open.

Vedder was uncertain about presenting the material live when he spoke to Billboard late last year. "I like the idea. It'll happen when it happens if it happens," he said with a laugh.

But he has since come around to the idea, perhaps encouraged by a well-received performance of "Into the Wild" music at a private party in Los Angeles in November.


Eddie Vedder tour dates:

April 02 - Vancouver, BC @ The Centre
April 05 - Santa Cruz, CA @ Civic Auditorium
April 07 - Berkeley, CA @ Zellerbach Auditorium
April 10 - Santa Barbara, CA @ Arlington Theatre
April 12-13 - Los Angeles, CA @ Wiltern Theatre
April 15 - San Diego, CA @ Spreckels Theatre


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