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Pearl Jam are marking the 30th anniversary of their first-ever stay live performance by streaming a “never-seen-before” show in full colour.

Eddie Vedder and co will celebrate three decades since their debut performance at their hometown of Seattle’s Off Ramp venue on October 22, by showing their 32-song set from their April 2016 gig at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on

Fans will have until October 25 to watch the footage.

The ‘Alive’ rockers announced on Twitter: “On October 22, Pearl Jam will stream the April 29, 2016 Philadelphia present on @NugsNet.

The 32-song set contains Ten performed entrance to again, newly blended in stereo & 5.1 digital encompass sound. Stream the never-before-seen full-color HD footage 10/22-10/25: (sic)”

The anniversary stream comes after it was introduced that Pearl Jam will play two consecutive gigs for American Express presents BST Hyde Park 2021.

The grunge rockers had been on account of play the London pageant collection this summer time, however because of the COVID-19 pandemic it was cancelled.

However, they may return to the British capital for 2 UK unique units at Hyde Park on July 9 and July 10, 2021.

The essential assist act for the primary evening is Pixies and the ultimate gig will see IDLES open for the ‘Alive’ group, with extra acts for each days set to be introduced in the end.

Jim King, CEO of European Festivals at AEG Presents, commented: “We couldn’t be happier to be back and we can’t wait to bring everyone together with BST Hyde Park 2021, for what could be the most memorable British Summer Time ever … Pearl Jam jumped at the chance to celebrate after having to cancel their show this year and we are honoured that they agreed to play two consecutive nights, a first for BST. As their fans know, they are the perfect artists for such an unprecedented double bill.”

Pearl Jam had been pressured to postpone their 2020 ‘Gigaton’ tour in assist of the album on account of the pandemic.

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