Pearl Jam played in Toronto a couple nights ago, and Eddie Vedder paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, as seen below.
Mclynick posted on the Ten Club board about the show, “So happy I got to this show. I was left wanting way more after Hamilton. Specifically more crowd energy, thought the band was awesome, setlist was fun in The Hammer, but crowd was flat. Then combine that with Toronto and I’m fulfilled.
Was gutted to see Unthought Known replaced and I felt the momentum lost a little with the Leash confusion (buddy met the band in the hotel after the show and said Stone broke a string and changing instruments around was difficult so they scrambled into Alive). Would love to see a second encore like in 2016 but respect to the band all the same.
Love this band…always surreal watching them and trying to believe I’m hearing it live…they are sooooo good…Sad to see the end of this week…”
Amljbono said, “Amazing show! Second time seeing the band in concert and I love the diversity of the setlists. Huge U2 fan and every tour you get the same setlist with maybe 2-3 song changes but with Pearl Jam its different every night. Really feel the songs from Gigaton fit so well into the concert and it’t not like other artists where this is the time to go for a bathroom break. Highlights for me was Corduroy, I Got Shit, Dissident and the 3 second tease of Leash….. DAMN! ”
🇨🇦 @PearlJam | Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON | 9/8/22
“Her Majesty is a pretty nice girl
But she doesn’t have a lot to say…”
— PearlJamOnline.it (@PearlJamOnline) September 9, 2022