This Friday, on April 8, Pearl Jam will kick off their recently announced North American headlining tour across the US, running throughout the summer and into August. Pearl Jam is scheduled for stops at several arenas, some more than once, as well as two festival appearances. Tickets to see Pearl Jam are currently on sale now.
As the start date approaches, tickets on the secondary market are steadily rising in demand. According to the data provided by Razorgator, ticket prices are currently averaging $255.
Pearl Jam will first take the stage in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida at the BB&T Center, where tickets are averaging $226 and the cheapest ticket can be found at $44. They will remain in Florida for their next three dates making stops in Miami, Tampa and Jacksonville before they head to the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greensville, South Carolina.
Other stops include two appearances at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 28 and 29, where tickets are averaging $271 and the cheapest is $105, and then another doubleheader at Madison Square Garden in New York City, on May 1 and 2, where tickets are averaging $380, and the lowest get-in price is $97.
Pearl Jam also has several stadium shows scheduled throughout their tour including two stops at both Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, and Wrigley Field in Chicago. The cheapest get-in rate for Boston is on August 7 at $130, consistent with their lowest price for Chicago, on August 22 at $125. Parking in Chicago, as well as other stops along the tour route, can be secured easily and ahead of time through ParkWiz.com.
Throughout Pearl Jam’s regularly scheduled stops, they will also stop at two of the most highly anticipated festivals in the country, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in April, and will then appear as this year’s headlining act at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in June.