Pearl Jam have announced the rescheduled date for their postponed show at London’s The O2.
The Seattle rock icons will play the London venue on Tuesday 17th July; exactly four weeks after their original 19th June gig was due to take place.
Pearl Jam were forced to postpone their second of two sold-out shows after singer Eddie Vedder lost his voice. It was the first gig they axed for this reason in their 28-year history.
The band said of the rearranged show: “The rescheduled June 19th show at the The O2 will now take place on July 17th at the same venue. All tickets from the original date will remain valid.
“Please contact your point of purchase for all ticket enquiries. Thank you for your understanding and support. See you at the show! #PJLIVE2018”
The rescheduled June 19th show at the @TheO2 will now take place on July 17th at the same venue. All tickets from the original date will remain valid. Please contact your point of purchase for all ticket enquiries.— Pearl Jam (@PearlJam) June 25, 2018
Thank you for your understanding & support. See you there! pic.twitter.com/vXmMAa22UV
In other Pearl Jam news, the band have mocked Melania Trump’s controversial ‘I Really Don't Care, Do U?’ jacket that she wore on a visit to child immigrants separated from their parents.
At Pearl Jam’s gig in Milan on Friday night (22nd June), Eddie Vedder’s wife Jill wore a ‘Yes we all care. Y don’t u?’ jacket and joined the band on stage.
They later shared this image to their social channels:
YES WE ALL CARE. Y-DON’T U. pic.twitter.com/T32C99GG1c— Pearl Jam (@PearlJam) June 22, 2018