According to The Pulse Of Radio, the Edgewater Hotel in Seattle, which already has a BEATLES-themed suite, is now taking booking for its PEARL JAM suite. The hotel partnered with the band and their fan club to put together the new accommodations. The hotel's web site says the suite includes "industrial, grunge-inspired designs," "authentic band art posters," "fan representation in design" and "ultimate rock 'n' roll luxury."
The suite also has a record player, all the band's albums on vinyl, plus a guitar and amplifier in case the next Eddie Vedder stays there and gets the urge to jam.
Speaking of the PEARL JAM singer, his three-day Ohana Fest, which he organizes with surfer Kelly Slater, is set to take place on September 28-30 at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, California.
Vedder himself will headline a bill that also includes the YEAH YEAH YEAHS, MUMFORD & SONS, Beck, Norah Jones, Liz Phair, YOUNG THE GIANT and others. Tickets go on sale May 4 through the festival's web site.
PEARL JAM has been writing its 11th studio LP and is heading out on European and North American tour dates this spring and summer.
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