Pearl Jam Streaming 2018 Safeco Field Gig 9/4-9/7 (ft. 30+ Songs, a White Stripes Cover, Brandi Carlile and More)

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In 2018, Pearl Jam staged The Home Shows, a pair of gigs in the alt/grunge band’s hometown of Seattle. Taking the stage at Safeco Field, the band roared through career-spanning sets for their core audience of dedicated fans.

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On Sept. 4, one of the Safeco Field gigs will be made available to stream via, and it’s a doozy:

This was the first of two sold-out performances billed as “The Home Shows” from Safeco Field in Seattle, where the hometown crowd was treated to a 33-song setlist which included rarities, the debut of a White Stripes cover, a guest appearance from Brandi Carlile, and the beloved classics.

Here’s the set list for that particular show:

Long Road
Low Light
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Do the Evolution
Throw Your Hatred Down (Neil Young cover)
Mind Your Manners
Lightning Bolt
Given to Fly
All Those Yesterdays
Even Flow
Help Help (With “Help!” by The Beatles intro)
Setting Forth (Eddie Vedder song)
I Am a Patriot (Little Steven cover)

We’re Going to Be Friends (The White Stripes cover) (Live debut by PJ)
Nothing as It Seems
Let Me Sleep
Again Today (Brandi Carlile cover) (with Brandi Carlile)
State of Love and Trust

Encore 2:
Wasted Reprise
Better Man
Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd cover)
I’ve Got a Feeling (The Beatles cover)
Rockin’ in the Free World (Neil Young cover)
Yellow Ledbetter

The stream will go up at 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT on Friday, Sept. 4 for $14.99 — and will remain available for repeat viewings throughout Labor Day Weekend — click here for more details on that.

This news comes after Pearl Jam recently rescheduled its European tour dates for 2021. The shows were pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will now take place in Summer 2021, though Pearl Jam has yet to announce new dates for its hotly anticipated North American tour (which quickly sold out across the country), all in support of the band’s new album Gigaton.

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