Pearl Jam Tampa Tickets
Finally rock music lovers received the news they had long been waiting for. Pearl Jam is returning to the road! The band recently announced their North American trek, kicking things off from Fort Lauderdale on April 8. Scheduled to hit popular venues and stadiums, Eddie Vedder, Mike McCready, Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard and Matt Cameron will stop at the Bay Times Forum on April 11, already recording huge sales of Pearl Jam Tampa tickets. The road warriors will also be headlining festivals such as the Bonnaroo and New Orleans Jazz Fest.
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In addition to headlining major music festivals, Pearl Jam will also hit stadiums like the Wrigley Field and Fenway Park, among other stops. Tampa will roll out the red carpet for the phenomenal Seattle grunge band on April 11 and the soaring sales of Pearl Jam Tampa tickets suggest a full house.
Despite being one of the most popular and critically acclaimed alternative rock bands, Pearl Jam had to struggle in their formative years. They rose from the ashes of a short-lived 80s’ band and its members, Ament and Gossard recorded a few songs that made way to Vedder. He gave voice to the compositions and rest as they say is history. Pearl Jam was formed – a band that established grunge as the 90s’ predominant rock style. Their introspective music emphasized by guitar hooks took the fans by storm, and their emotional and soulful approach brought freshness into a typical rock sound.
With every album Pearl Jam treated the listeners to something new – some they liked and some they didn’t. The band’s 2013 release “Lightning Bolt” marked their return to their old form, deeply rooted in big riffs and emotions. It seemed Pearl Jam enjoyed making this album and it featured arena rock anthems that were uniquely their own.
As the band takes the live stage in your town, get ready to enjoy their all-time hits and arena staples. Fans are hoping that the rockers would bring the house down with “Release”, “Yellow Ledbetter”, “Footsteps” and “Present Tense”.