Pearl Jam performed their 1991 debut, “Ten”, in its entirety at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA on April 29.
The band played the complete album for the first time in the US and only the second time in history, following a March 13, 1992 set at the Nachtwerk club in Munich, Germany.
“Ten” marks its 25th anniversary this year and the group’s second show in Philadelphia also delivered Pearl Jam their 10th consecutive sell-out at the venue, which honored the band with a banner in the rafters.
The 32-song set clocked in at almost 3 hours in length and also featured covers of tunes by Pink Floyd, Wayne Cochran, Neil Young, Dead Boys and The Who.
It’s the second full-album performance on the Seattle rockers current North American tour: they played 1993’s “Vs.” in Greenville, SC on April 16.
Pearl Jam’s spring shows wrap up May 11 in Toronto, ON before the band plays Bonnaroo in June, two festivals in July and pairs of stadium shows this summer at Boston, MA’s Fenway Park and Chicago, IL’s Wrigley Field.
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