PEARL JAM Announces Summer 2020 European Tour

PEARL JAM Announces Summer 2020 European Tour

PEARL JAM will embark on a European tour next summer. The 13-date trek, which will feature support from PIXIES, IDLES and WHITE REAPER, will mark the band's first live appearances in nearly two years.

PEARL JAM's tour will kick off on on June 23 in Frankfurt, Germany and will include three festival appearances — Lollapalooza Stockholm in Sweden; Rock Werchter in Belgium; and Lollapalooza Paris in France.

Tour dates:

June 23 - Frankfurt, DE @ Festhalle *
June 25 - Berlin, DE @ Waldbühne *
June 27 - Stockholm, SE @ Lollapalooza Stockholm
June 29 - Copenhagen, DK @ Royal Arena *
July 02 - Werchter, BE @ Rock Werchter
July 05 - Imola, IT @ Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari ^
July 07 - Vienna, AT @ Wiener Stadthalle +
July 10 - London, UK @ BST Hyde Park ^+
July 13 - Krakow, PL @ Tauron Arena +
July 15 - Budapest, HU @ Budapest Arena +
July 17 - Zurich, CH @ Hallenstadion +
July 19 - Paris, FR @ Lollapalooza Paris +
July 21 - Amsterdam, NL @ Ziggo Dome +

* with IDLES
^ with PIXIES
+ with WHITE REAPER

Tickets go on sale beginning December 7.

Earlier this year, bassist Jeff Ament and guitarist Stone Gossard confirmed to Rolling Stone that PEARL JAM was "in the middle" of the songwriting sessions for the band's long-awaited follow-up to 2013's "Lightning Bolt" album.

In March 2017, PEARL JAM released a new song called "Can't Deny Me". The just-over-two-and-a-half-minute track was co-produced by the band and Brendan O'Brien. The music for the song was written by guitarist Mike McCready and lyrics by singer Eddie Vedder. Artwork for the single was created by Ament and videographer Kevin Shuss. The song appears to take direct aim at President Donald Trump — albeit without mentioning his name.

Photo credit: Danny Clinch

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