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Pearl Jam in Quebec City on March 22, 2020

The show of Pearl Jam has been POSTPONED.


We revive the grunge movement at the Videotron Center with Pearl Jam in Quebec City on March 22, 2020 (POSTPONED).


Nostalgia and a little something new await the many spectators who will see the concert from rock legends Pearl Jam in Quebec on March 22, 2020 POSTPONED. It is indeed with some new songs taken from their 11th studio album, entitled Gigaton and which will be released only a few days after their concert at the Videotron Center, on March 27, 2020, the band of Eddy Vadder will arrive to Quebec City. There is therefore a good chance that you will attend a first live performance for a success in the making.


Tickets are on sale starting on January 31, 2020 at 10 a.m. via the Videotron Centre website.



The members of Pearl Jam actually start their new tour with 4 concerts on Canadian soil with stops in Toronto, Ottawa and Hamilton, with a detour to Quebec City. Fans of the group who reside in the east of the country, including those residing in the metropolitan area of Montreal will therefore be present at the Quebec City concert, which means that tickets will fly like hot cakes.

The group from Seattle, where the “grunge” movement was born at the turn of the 80s and 90s, immediately caused a sensation with their first album Studio, Ten, launched in 1991. Most of the group’s greatest successes are found on this first album, including Jeremy, Even Flow, Black and Alive. Of course, we should be treated to all his titles during the passage of Pearl Jam on March 22, 2020, and a lot more.



In fact, the group is famous for giving a lot to their fans during their concerts and, if we trust the lists of songs performed during the group’s most recent performances, we can expect a great evening! In addition to original covers of rock icons like The Who, Neil Young and John Lennon, we can certainly hear Last Kiss, the one single-song I personally cherish the most.


Important fact to note: the group seems to want to counter the growing phenomenon of ticket resale with electronic tickets only usable through a smart phone. For ticket holders who are unable to attend the event, it will be possible to transfer tickets using an application, but at the exact same price than purchased. We know that the members of the group are big opponents to the resale of their concert tickets for personal profit, preferring to give all their fans, rich or less rich, the chance to attend their concerts. With the Ticketmaster site, they may have just found a way to counter this scourge which artificially increases the price of concert tickets. For more information on this subject, visit the group page and the ticket sales policy to the public at the pearljam.com/news/public-ticket-sale-info


Fans should therefore be seen on their keyboards (actually on their smartphones) if they want tickets for the concert of Pearl Jam in Quebec City on March 22, 2020.


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