3 reasons to see Pearl Jam in Nashville on April 2

Pearl Jam will play Nashville for the first time in 17 years on April 2. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. {Photo Provided}

NASHVILLE — Pearl Jam will return to Music City on April 2 to play a show at Bridgestone Arena to support their new album, Gigaton. Tickets go on sale this Friday, January 24 at 10 a.m. Here are three reasons you should go:

1 | It’s been awhile since they’ve played in Nashville. The venue was then named the AmSouth Amphitheater … if that gives you any clue. It was way back in 2003. That’s 17 years ago. If you’ve been kicking yourself for missing their performance at the 2017 Bonnaroo, here’s your chance.

2 | They’ll play just 14 cities and this is their only performance in the South. The week before they’ll play Madison Square Garden in New York City. The week after they’ll head to St. Louis, Missouri … and that quite a drive. And it’s only kinda the South.

3 | They’re touring to support their much-anticipated new album, Gigaton, which will be released on March 27. It’s their eleventh studio album (their first since 2013’s Lighting Bolt).

For ticket information, visit the band’s website by clicking here. •

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