Pearl Jam continued their live show domination last night, playing a sold out show at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. The first of two nights in Philly saw the band bust out even more of their storied originals, as well as some choice covers throughout the night.
The show opened with “Once,” treating fans to the classic number in style. Just two songs later, the band busted out “Gonna See My Friend” for the first time since December of 2013. Watch it all go down below:
“All Night” also made its tour debut, keeping fans on their toes with material from their prolific career.
The full set rocked hard with a number of beloved classics, including tracks like “Even Flow,” “In The Moonlight,” “Jeremy,” and so many more. The first encore started off with another major bust out, as the band broke into Tom Waits’ “Picture In A Frame” for the first time since 2006! With Eddie Vedder on acoustic guitar, this was a touching moment amid a rocking show.
The show also featured a cover of Neil Young & Crazy Horse’s “Fuckin Up,” played for the first time on this tour.
The show closed with “Inddifference,” putting a powerful ending to a great performance. Pearl Jam returns to the Wells Fargo center tonight for the second consecutive night of rock music for the Philly fans. Check out the full setlist below: