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  • BL221101 said:

    Disclaimer: I'm about to sound like a spoiled PJ fan, but...

    Seven covers? Seven? I could've gone to a local bar and watched a cover band play if I wanted to hear covers. Seven?

    I've now seen Let Me Sleep and Bee Girl three times a piece in the last three years. Woe is me, but the novelty of those songs is lost on me now. My white whales are Tremor Christ and Parting Ways. Isn't there a saying around here...there's always next year? Maybe Monday's set will include one of those two songs. I wouldn't hate that at all.

    This set list felt disjointed. Great songs, great sound, odd flow. It felt like driving on I-90...lots of stop and go.

    I was at both NYC shows and both Fenway shows, and the overall flow of this show didn't compare to those. Crowd was great down in GA. And again, great songs, great sound, odd flow, and seriously, seven covers?

    I await your disdain.

    You and I saw the same show. Ha! You hit it on the head that they sounded great. The setlist was just all over the place. I was bouncing around like a maniac during Last Exit just ready to go then I never really regained that same momentum. A few really cool tunes but the covers man the covers. I love Pearl Jam. I want to hear PJ play PJ. I totally respect 2 to 4 covers from Ed playing back at home but some of them were oddly placed in the set and just odd. Looking back it is almost like he thought too hard about including each individual song and not how the setlist would come together on the whole. I like a good up and down slow to fast pace to the show. I have a feeling that Monday will be much better.
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  • InMyTree544InMyTree544 Posts: 12
    edited August 2016
    Amazing show. Great pre-show vibe in Wrigleyville. The Low Light opener was really something. Hadn't heard it live yet, to have them open out of nowhere with it was great. I Got ID, Sad, Light Years, Last Exit are all amazing songs. Loved Corduroy in the encore, and nothing like a well-placed Go to open the second encore.
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  • nycratsnycrats Posts: 1,217

    BL221101 said:

    Disclaimer: I'm about to sound like a spoiled PJ fan, but...

    Seven covers? Seven? I could've gone to a local bar and watched a cover band play if I wanted to hear covers. Seven?

    I've now seen Let Me Sleep and Bee Girl three times a piece in the last three years. Woe is me, but the novelty of those songs is lost on me now. My white whales are Tremor Christ and Parting Ways. Isn't there a saying around here...there's always next year? Maybe Monday's set will include one of those two songs. I wouldn't hate that at all.

    This set list felt disjointed. Great songs, great sound, odd flow. It felt like driving on I-90...lots of stop and go.

    I was at both NYC shows and both Fenway shows, and the overall flow of this show didn't compare to those. Crowd was great down in GA. And again, great songs, great sound, odd flow, and seriously, seven covers?

    I await your disdain.

    You and I saw the same show. Ha! You hit it on the head that they sounded great. The setlist was just all over the place. I was bouncing around like a maniac during Last Exit just ready to go then I never really regained that same momentum. A few really cool tunes but the covers man the covers. I love Pearl Jam. I want to hear PJ play PJ. I totally respect 2 to 4 covers from Ed playing back at home but some of them were oddly placed in the set and just odd. Looking back it is almost like he thought too hard about including each individual song and not how the setlist would come together on the whole. I like a good up and down slow to fast pace to the show. I have a feeling that Monday will be much better.
    these were the complaints about fenway 1. they were both awesome shows( i prefered wrigley 1 over fenway 1) but very similar with the covers and at times the pacing.
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  • Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom'sPosts: 6,527
    Forgot to mention...when I first got on the field (around 715pm or so) I was walking behind the GA section to the entrance on Mike's side. Jill was sitting front row center right behind GA. Someone came up and took a pic with her as we walked by. Pretty awesome that she was down with the fans instead of hidden in a suite somewhere.
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  • pjalive21pjalive21 St. Louis, MOPosts: 2,797
    Amongst the Waves played at a show I should have been at *sigh*
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  • senor lockesenor locke No. Ill.Posts: 29

    BL221101 said:

    Disclaimer: I'm about to sound like a spoiled PJ fan, but...

    Seven covers? Seven? I could've gone to a local bar and watched a cover band play if I wanted to hear covers. Seven?

    I've now seen Let Me Sleep and Bee Girl three times a piece in the last three years. Woe is me, but the novelty of those songs is lost on me now. My white whales are Tremor Christ and Parting Ways. Isn't there a saying around here...there's always next year? Maybe Monday's set will include one of those two songs. I wouldn't hate that at all.

    This set list felt disjointed. Great songs, great sound, odd flow. It felt like driving on I-90...lots of stop and go.

    I was at both NYC shows and both Fenway shows, and the overall flow of this show didn't compare to those. Crowd was great down in GA. And again, great songs, great sound, odd flow, and seriously, seven covers?

    I await your disdain.

    You and I saw the same show. Ha! You hit it on the head that they sounded great. The setlist was just all over the place. I was bouncing around like a maniac during Last Exit just ready to go then I never really regained that same momentum. A few really cool tunes but the covers man the covers. I love Pearl Jam. I want to hear PJ play PJ. I totally respect 2 to 4 covers from Ed playing back at home but some of them were oddly placed in the set and just odd. Looking back it is almost like he thought too hard about including each individual song and not how the setlist would come together on the whole. I like a good up and down slow to fast pace to the show. I have a feeling that Monday will be much better.
    I generally concur with both of these posts.

    Section 134 on Saturday and the sound was not great...really difficult to make out any of the spoken stuff by Ed.
  • BL221101 said:

    Disclaimer: I'm about to sound like a spoiled PJ fan, but...

    Seven covers? Seven? I could've gone to a local bar and watched a cover band play if I wanted to hear covers. Seven?

    I've now seen Let Me Sleep and Bee Girl three times a piece in the last three years. Woe is me, but the novelty of those songs is lost on me now. My white whales are Tremor Christ and Parting Ways. Isn't there a saying around here...there's always next year? Maybe Monday's set will include one of those two songs. I wouldn't hate that at all.

    This set list felt disjointed. Great songs, great sound, odd flow. It felt like driving on I-90...lots of stop and go.

    I was at both NYC shows and both Fenway shows, and the overall flow of this show didn't compare to those. Crowd was great down in GA. And again, great songs, great sound, odd flow, and seriously, seven covers?

    I await your disdain.

    You and I saw the same show. Ha! You hit it on the head that they sounded great. The setlist was just all over the place. I was bouncing around like a maniac during Last Exit just ready to go then I never really regained that same momentum. A few really cool tunes but the covers man the covers. I love Pearl Jam. I want to hear PJ play PJ. I totally respect 2 to 4 covers from Ed playing back at home but some of them were oddly placed in the set and just odd. Looking back it is almost like he thought too hard about including each individual song and not how the setlist would come together on the whole. I like a good up and down slow to fast pace to the show. I have a feeling that Monday will be much better.
    I generally concur with both of these posts.

    Section 134 on Saturday and the sound was not great...really difficult to make out any of the spoken stuff by Ed.
    I was in 135 and agree as well. Ed was about impossible to understand, but in the end it was PJ at Wrigley and that's pretty awesome with that many people.
  • Great post , definitely agree ... thanks to Ed for acknowledging our amazing Cdn poet. I can't imagine that any country has ever experienced what we did on Saturday night in Kingston and all over Canada. So much love.
    PJ_Soul said:

    That is so cool Eddie mentioned The Hip. Tonight and the Hip's last show being televised meant a LOT to a LOT of Canadians, and the whole country got together this evening. I went to a street screening for it tonight and the communal love for Gord and The Tragically Hip was palpable. Not sad, celebratory and thankful. It was happening in all places across the country as though we were all doing it together. On streets, in bars, theatres, casinos, restaurants, city squares, parks, yards, living rooms, Canada House down at the Olympics, gatherings of Canadians living abroad around the world.... I don't think there has ever been anything like this before. It was really really special. And it was even all about raising money for Cancer research. For Eddie to mention it is very touching for a Hip/Pearl Jam fan. :heart:

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  • mbincbmbincb Posts: 14
    Amazing show to bring my college roommate to see her first. I cried at Inside Job and Just Breathe/I Believe in Miracles. Steve Gleason is such an inspiration. I so so loved I Am A Patroit. The whole show was amazing. I cannot wait til tonight's show.

    Btw - when I want to complain I remember I watched Fenway on periscope. Now I am in the one and only Wrigley park watching my boys play live. Who knows when I will see them again? So grateful! Thanks for sharing this!
  • I thought it was a better version of Fenway 1, which I also had the pleasure of attending. My 8th and final show of the tour. Just about every show this tour has been great, with the worst ones being merely good. Was a little bummed about 16 repeats between Fenway 1 and Wrigley 1, but also caught 5 songs I hadn't seen this year in Last Exit, Miracles, Rain, Let Me Sleep, and Inside Job, which was nice. Thought the energy was better at Fenway, though we were on the field.

    Great tour. So happy to have caught what I did. Can't wait to see where 2017 takes us.
  • nycratsnycrats Posts: 1,217
    deadlax97 said:

    I thought it was a better version of Fenway 1, which I also had the pleasure of attending. My 8th and final show of the tour. Just about every show this tour has been great, with the worst ones being merely good. Was a little bummed about 16 repeats between Fenway 1 and Wrigley 1, but also caught 5 songs I hadn't seen this year in Last Exit, Miracles, Rain, Let Me Sleep, and Inside Job, which was nice. Thought the energy was better at Fenway, though we were on the field.

    Great tour. So happy to have caught what I did. Can't wait to see where 2017 takes us.

    they were very similar- even down to the covers and the daughter tags

    what i will say is what a difference the special guests make.. bronson arroyo vs steve gleason.. i mean one made very little sense and one was one of the most emotional and incredible things i have even seen
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  • NamiNami NewfoundlandPosts: 5,276
    getting this one for sure.
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  • JH6056JH6056 Posts: 1,092

    My only complaint Ed talked a lot - probably more than at any show I have been- would have loved a few more songs

    That is never a complaint of mine - I feel like his stories and perspective is part of the show, part of what makes it a PJ show for me. And I love it!

    It would suck for the folks in sections who said they couldn't understand what he was saying because of the sound - that would be frustrating. But if I can understand his words, I'm always grateful for them. They are part of what makes each show unique for me, aside of course from the mix of songs themselves and the energy, which are the 2 most important ingredients to a fantastic show!
  • RITFWinCORITFWinCO Posts: 217
    Remember back on the board circ 2000 to 2006 and people were freakin out -- in a positive sense -- for covers done by PJ.
  • oftenreadingoftenreading Victoria, BCPosts: 6,306

    The weirdo looks are a good thing. Means you're rocking out properly. And they just wish they could get into it like that. Also I would piss my pants before missing Sad. Song of the night for me.

    My ticket buddy and I danced and jumped like mad fools but for about 75% of the show we were the only ones I could see who were doing so, and we were about 10 rows back, Stone's side. Two women beside us looked at their phones the whole time. People, if you want to just text your friends, maybe get seats and leave GA to those who want to rock out.
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  • RITFWinCORITFWinCO Posts: 217

    People, if you want to just text your friends, maybe get seats and leave GA to those who want to rock out.

    That would be appropriate signage!
  • Someone asked about sound check. I heard Sad, I Believe In Miracles, Amongst The Waves and Light Years. Might be missing one.

    I randomly met member #101 last night at a bar. Impressive guy.

    I think the band and their music is a reflection of who we'd like to be and you can tell who they are by the sincerity of their music, the causes they fight for and the people they choose to surround themselves with. We're talking about YOU Steve Gleason. I will be watching his film and if Saturday night was any indication, I'll be tearing up, again.

    I loved the show. Top 3 for me out of 13 shows. Personally, I love the stories behind the music and am appreciative of Ed's sharing. However, I understand that if you can't hear it, that it would be frustrating.

    I'm in Reserved Seats tonight. I look forward to enjoying this night with all my fellow cult members.

    These 2 guys on the board have been pumping Oceans and Leash. I've seen them before, but would love to hear them tonight. I'll put in a bid for Fatal.

    Enjoy everyone!!!!

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  • pjfansincetenpjfansinceten Santa Monica, CAPosts: 90
    Had to wait nearly two years to finally see them again, too long. Wasn't looking forward to such a large show, but actually enjoyed the entire evening. Masters of War made the whole trip worth it. Exhausted and back in California today, but worth it.
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  • stron18stron18 Posts: 8
    First time at Wrigley Field ever. Incredible energy throughout Wrigleyville and the stadium. Coming from another city, I was so impressed with the staff at Wrigley and how nice everyone was.

    Amazing show. Lots of fun and the band sounded amazing. I was a little disappointed by the energy in my section, though. I was on the field in the first section behind GA. The majority of people around me only knew the hits from Ten and Betterman. It seemed like they were there just to see a few songs and party. Half of the section was cleared out by the time the second encore started. Was it like this anywhere else on the field?
  • jkalmanjkalman Posts: 56
    I hope they fix the video synch issues with the screen for tonight. That was my biggest gripe with the show.
  • stlhawkstlhawk Amongst the wavesPosts: 88
    By fan view 1.... Night two about to go down!
  • fdavidfdavid IndianapolisPosts: 68

    The weirdo looks are a good thing. Means you're rocking out properly. And they just wish they could get into it like that. Also I would piss my pants before missing Sad. Song of the night for me.

    My ticket buddy and I danced and jumped like mad fools but for about 75% of the show we were the only ones I could see who were doing so, and we were about 10 rows back, Stone's side. Two women beside us looked at their phones the whole time. People, if you want to just text your friends, maybe get seats and leave GA to those who want to rock out.
    We had a group of 4 and 2 of us were drinking beer all night. So by the last hour of the show, we were really rocking and jumping up and down and having fun. Well, the guy with his arms crossed standing behind me didn't like it at all when I (accidentally) stepped on his foot. I was apologetic immediately, but he'd already forearmed me in the back. He wasn't having it. At all. So I Spent the next 45 minutes in fear of the forearm. We had others around us that were fun and pleasant and wanted to rock, too. But I had to keep an eye our for the forearm. Just a different kind of experience when something like that happens. I really was sorry, but cmon - we're in the Pit. Stuff happens. It's not worth getting all aggressive over, IMO. So that's my story on weirdos in the pit.
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  • nycratsnycrats Posts: 1,217
    fdavid said:

    The weirdo looks are a good thing. Means you're rocking out properly. And they just wish they could get into it like that. Also I would piss my pants before missing Sad. Song of the night for me.

    My ticket buddy and I danced and jumped like mad fools but for about 75% of the show we were the only ones I could see who were doing so, and we were about 10 rows back, Stone's side. Two women beside us looked at their phones the whole time. People, if you want to just text your friends, maybe get seats and leave GA to those who want to rock out.
    We had a group of 4 and 2 of us were drinking beer all night. So by the last hour of the show, we were really rocking and jumping up and down and having fun. Well, the guy with his arms crossed standing behind me didn't like it at all when I (accidentally) stepped on his foot. I was apologetic immediately, but he'd already forearmed me in the back. He wasn't having it. At all. So I Spent the next 45 minutes in fear of the forearm. We had others around us that were fun and pleasant and wanted to rock, too. But I had to keep an eye our for the forearm. Just a different kind of experience when something like that happens. I really was sorry, but cmon - we're in the Pit. Stuff happens. It's not worth getting all aggressive over, IMO. So that's my story on weirdos in the pit.
    That wasn't my forearm, that was my, well, you know....
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  • jkalmanjkalman Posts: 56
    nycrats said:

    fdavid said:

    The weirdo looks are a good thing. Means you're rocking out properly. And they just wish they could get into it like that. Also I would piss my pants before missing Sad. Song of the night for me.

    My ticket buddy and I danced and jumped like mad fools but for about 75% of the show we were the only ones I could see who were doing so, and we were about 10 rows back, Stone's side. Two women beside us looked at their phones the whole time. People, if you want to just text your friends, maybe get seats and leave GA to those who want to rock out.
    We had a group of 4 and 2 of us were drinking beer all night. So by the last hour of the show, we were really rocking and jumping up and down and having fun. Well, the guy with his arms crossed standing behind me didn't like it at all when I (accidentally) stepped on his foot. I was apologetic immediately, but he'd already forearmed me in the back. He wasn't having it. At all. So I Spent the next 45 minutes in fear of the forearm. We had others around us that were fun and pleasant and wanted to rock, too. But I had to keep an eye our for the forearm. Just a different kind of experience when something like that happens. I really was sorry, but cmon - we're in the Pit. Stuff happens. It's not worth getting all aggressive over, IMO. So that's my story on weirdos in the pit.
    That wasn't my forearm, that was my, well, you know....
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  • PO15447PO15447 Ponte Vedra, FLPosts: 1
    edited August 2016
    Thank you, Pearl Jam, for an amazing show and the opportunity to get tickets for it. My wife and I had an amazing time in Chicago, as brief as it was. I'm originally from Illinois so it was nice being back "home" and sharing that with my wife who is from Canada. I consider myself lucky for any opportunity I get to see Pearl Jam perform live, regardless of what songs they play or where they are. However, being able to be at field level in Wrigley was something I never thought I'd experience in my life and it was amazing, that alone was something I will never forget. What came after was beyond words.

    This show, as my wife put it, made her feel all of the feels. She is a newly minted PJ fan, something I pushed on her initially and now she can't get enough. PJ shows are more than the music. For me it is an all encompassing experience that is about the new friends you make, the stories Ed tells (including guest appearances which tonight was beyond emotional), the interaction of the band with the fans, the culture of the venue/city and of course the music which is what glues it all together. I loved all of the covers played tonight along with the PJ songs. I loved the stories and the guest appearances. I can't imagine how amazing it would be to sit on a chair on the stage during a song, I'd probably cry from excitement the entire time, I even tear up thinking about such an experience.

    I might not ever get to meet the band or be on stage but that doesn't diminish my love for them or my appreciation of all they have brought to my life, and the lives of others, through their music and experiences. I had great seats on the field in section L, Row 1. I jump around the entire show and I feed off every song and beat. Before the show I told my wife I wouldn't jump around as much at Wrigley because we had to catch an early flight and after the Tampa and Jacksonville shows I couldn't even walk, I really do go all out but as my wife says I am at full allowable levels not obnoxious levels. I had to literally crawl up the stairs in my house after those 2 Florida shows, it was pretty sad. Regardless I couldn't help it and I was in full PJ concert mode come show time and my body had to move around. Being on the aisle was awesome, so many fans walking by and feeding off my energy. More than I can count stopped to dance with me and high-five me as they passed. There is so much love at Pearl Jam concerts.

    Anyway, I am rambling off on tangents and all I really wanted to say was: Thank you, Pearl Jam.
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  • zepcowboy23zepcowboy23 ChicagoPosts: 13
    video playlist:

    Light Years with Gord Downie tribute intro
    Bee Girl
    Let Me Sleep
    Inside Job with Steve Gleason intro
    End of show (Baba O'Riley outro)

    photos:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10100761200779773.1073742136.44201399&type=1&l=974454fb2b
  • Pearl34JamPearl34Jam TNPosts: 1,064
    Did anyone else start to leave after the 2nd encore until you heard the crowd cheer for Ed in the Cubs jersey?
    And then running back down to your seat?
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  • ambst95ambst95 Posts: 123
    My wife and I took the opportunity to move to be back of GA to try to get ahead of the crowd a little, but we knew the show wasn't done yet.
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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 9,355

    Unfuckingreal! So many firsts, a couple rarities, excellent covers! So much energy from the crowd! I'm still buzzing!!

    Awesome show last night and you are a great guy Cory. My friend said you are one of the nicest guys he has met and I concur.

    So many great rarities and an amazing acoustic I believe in Miracles (best version was the 2005 Gorge then 2003 Benaroya).
    Thanks Gene! Same can be said about you guys! It was great getting to meet you and rock out with your buddy. I'm glad the ticket went to someone with that much enthusiasm!
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