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Ohana Festival 2020 Update

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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 23,802
    vedpunk said:
    DEGBTI said:
    demetrios said:
    Very shocked to see all these concerts going ahead this summer in the USA.

    Stay safe.
    no offence, by why? People who got vaccinated or going too will be safe. Those that choose not to, well bummer for them. Why should the responsible part of society pay for their decisions. If someone decides they don't want it, then that's on them. Do we stop driving cars because some refuse to wear seat belts? Time to move on. 

    We have seat belts for kids.

    No vaccine for kids.
    There's also no Viagra for kids.  What's your point?  Time to leave your caves.

    What the fuck kind of an response is that?
    Sick perv - why would kids need viagra?  Dude, get some help.

    The point is that seat belts are required for all so your example does not apply.


    Seriously, viagra for kids?
    Please, stay in your cave.  The children of the world need this to happen.
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  • SeaSea EarthPosts: 2,388
    Please remember to be nice. Discuss, disagree and debate politely.
    https://community.pearljam.com/discussion/228366/forum-posting-guidelines

    Thank you

  • DukesW2012DukesW2012 Posts: 24
    MMJ is playing Keeneland in August (with Dave Matthews Band and others) so it's good to know they want to play. Guess at this point it's just up to California to allow it.
    IDLES, who were planning to open multiple European dates last summer for PJ, just announced a full UK and US Fall Tour. 1) If you have ever listened or seen these guys before...this is a full participation, sweaty, jump around show with no chance of social distance pods or whatever. 2) The venues they are playing are all smallish clubs strictly GA including ending the tour at the Showbox on Nov. 9...there may be some guest appearances...
  • vedpunkvedpunk Posts: 545
    edited April 28
    vedpunk said:
    DEGBTI said:
    demetrios said:
    Very shocked to see all these concerts going ahead this summer in the USA.

    Stay safe.
    no offence, by why? People who got vaccinated or going too will be safe. Those that choose not to, well bummer for them. Why should the responsible part of society pay for their decisions. If someone decides they don't want it, then that's on them. Do we stop driving cars because some refuse to wear seat belts? Time to move on. 

    We have seat belts for kids.

    No vaccine for kids.
    There's also no Viagra for kids.  What's your point?  Time to leave your caves.

    What the fuck kind of an response is that?
    Sick perv - why would kids need viagra?  Dude, get some help.

    The point is that seat belts are required for all so your example does not apply.


    Seriously, viagra for kids?
    Please, stay in your cave.  The children of the world need this to happen.
    Woah, you definitely took my post the wrong way but I can kind of see how it could be misconstrued.  Anyway, my point is that medicine and vaccines that are intended for use by adults aren't always intended to be used by children.  The CDC has given us the green light to send our children back to schools and attend small gatherings even though there isn't a vaccine ready for them because the effects of COVID on children are minimal. I just don't see how your analogy of "we have seat belts for kids.  no vaccine for kids' is relatable to the vaccine situation. 
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  • chittychitty Posts: 460
    The situation in Canada is quite bad right now, our whole country on severe lockdown. Yet all I hear now daily is concert announcements in the usa and europe for the summer and fall, the UFC had a  full arena last weekend and Machine Gun Kelly full concert last weekend. The difference between the two countries is so strange. To me it is simply the current difference in level of vaccination amongst population. In Canada we will rapidly vaccinate our population in the next two months and be near USA levels by then. I got mine a week ago and I am not that old. My optimism for this late Sept festival is quite high, but I keep it tempered to prevent massive disappointment if it doesn't proceed.
  • DEGBTIDEGBTI san diegoPosts: 319
    DEGBTI said:
    demetrios said:
    Very shocked to see all these concerts going ahead this summer in the USA.

    Stay safe.
    no offence, by why? People who got vaccinated or going too will be safe. Those that choose not to, well bummer for them. Why should the responsible part of society pay for their decisions. If someone decides they don't want it, then that's on them. Do we stop driving cars because some refuse to wear seat belts? Time to move on. 

    We have seat belts for kids.

    No vaccine for kids.
    you are taking my analogy a little to literal. I guess if I used your logic, I would say how many "kids" do you see in GA at a PJ show? And, as a vaccinated adult, maybe leave your kids at home when you attend a concert. Last, science shows kids for the most part dont even get covid or if they do dont get sick. Come on man, lets be real and move on with life. My kid got cancer at 12. Shit happens. Life went on and he is better now. He will be with me at ohana!


















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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 23,802
    edited April 29
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    Post edited by F Me In The Brain on
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  • vedpunkvedpunk Posts: 545
    edited April 29
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    You do realize that millions of children are attending schools and churches and mixing with the adult population at grocery stores and malls across the US?  Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine.  Time to move on. 
    Post edited by vedpunk on
  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 23,802
    vedpunk said:
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    You do realize that millions of children are attending schools and churches and mixing with the adult population at grocery stores and malls across the US?  Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine.  Time to move on. 

    "Time to move on." 
    Kids are also wearing masks and staying apart from people where they can.  They are not jumping around screaming at a rock concert.
    Whatever.  Statements about "every person who wants the vaccine will be able to get it..." are invalid.  Those under 16 are people, too.

    At least there are no comments about sexual enhancement drugs and kids in that response.

    I hope that things can be safe at that point and they make the right call.  I do trust that Pearl Jam is one of the bands who will look closely at things and make the call based on safety and not be governed by greed or desire - so if they decide to go forward I imagine that the numbers, policies, and predictions will support it being safe at that time.


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  • ComeToTXComeToTX AustinPosts: 6,348
    Kids have been playing sports maskless all over the country since September.  They are not massive vectors for spread, thankfully.  Good or not the world is not going to shut down for another year or two until it is approved for a population that 99.9% will have mild symptoms if any at all.  
    This show, another show, a show here and a show there.
  • DEGBTIDEGBTI san diegoPosts: 319
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    thank you about my son. I guess I should have pointed out he is now 22 years old. Still a "kid" to me, haha. We have gone to more than a dozen pj shows together. We have tickets for another six shows if they would please reschedule! 
  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 23,802
    DEGBTI said:
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    thank you about my son. I guess I should have pointed out he is now 22 years old. Still a "kid" to me, haha. We have gone to more than a dozen pj shows together. We have tickets for another six shows if they would please reschedule! 

    Ah, that is funny - well, good news that he is so far removed in time from the cancer and still all good.
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  • vedpunkvedpunk Posts: 545
    edited April 29
    vedpunk said:
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    You do realize that millions of children are attending schools and churches and mixing with the adult population at grocery stores and malls across the US?  Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine.  Time to move on. 

    "Time to move on." 
    Kids are also wearing masks and staying apart from people where they can.  They are not jumping around screaming at a rock concert.
    Whatever.  Statements about "every person who wants the vaccine will be able to get it..." are invalid.  Those under 16 are people, too.

    At least there are no comments about sexual enhancement drugs and kids in that response.

    I hope that things can be safe at that point and they make the right call.  I do trust that Pearl Jam is one of the bands who will look closely at things and make the call based on safety and not be governed by greed or desire - so if they decide to go forward I imagine that the numbers, policies, and predictions will support it being safe at that time.


    Over your head once again. "Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine."  

    You definitely have the right to stay at home though.  Not arguing that fact.
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 23,802
    vedpunk said:
    vedpunk said:
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    You do realize that millions of children are attending schools and churches and mixing with the adult population at grocery stores and malls across the US?  Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine.  Time to move on. 

    "Time to move on." 
    Kids are also wearing masks and staying apart from people where they can.  They are not jumping around screaming at a rock concert.
    Whatever.  Statements about "every person who wants the vaccine will be able to get it..." are invalid.  Those under 16 are people, too.

    At least there are no comments about sexual enhancement drugs and kids in that response.

    I hope that things can be safe at that point and they make the right call.  I do trust that Pearl Jam is one of the bands who will look closely at things and make the call based on safety and not be governed by greed or desire - so if they decide to go forward I imagine that the numbers, policies, and predictions will support it being safe at that time.


    Over your head once again. "Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine."  

    You definitely have the right to stay at home though.  Not arguing that fact.

    You originally engaged with me on this subject by supporting what DEGBTI wrote:
    "no offence, by why? People who got vaccinated or going too will be safe. Those that choose not to, well bummer for them. Why should the responsible part of society pay for their decisions. If someone decides they don't want it, then that's on them. Do we stop driving cars because some refuse to wear seat belts? Time to move on."
    Nothing going over my head, although the implication is nice, we just do not agree.
    You will also have the right to stay home if they do not hold the event.  Or you can just head down to Dana and waive a lighter around while listening to Buckle Up on your phone. 
    It is a beautiful beach, I've run a few times right past where the event is held, as the sun comes up. 


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  • vedpunkvedpunk Posts: 545
    vedpunk said:
    vedpunk said:
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    You do realize that millions of children are attending schools and churches and mixing with the adult population at grocery stores and malls across the US?  Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine.  Time to move on. 

    "Time to move on." 
    Kids are also wearing masks and staying apart from people where they can.  They are not jumping around screaming at a rock concert.
    Whatever.  Statements about "every person who wants the vaccine will be able to get it..." are invalid.  Those under 16 are people, too.

    At least there are no comments about sexual enhancement drugs and kids in that response.

    I hope that things can be safe at that point and they make the right call.  I do trust that Pearl Jam is one of the bands who will look closely at things and make the call based on safety and not be governed by greed or desire - so if they decide to go forward I imagine that the numbers, policies, and predictions will support it being safe at that time.


    Over your head once again. "Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine."  

    You definitely have the right to stay at home though.  Not arguing that fact.

    You originally engaged with me on this subject by supporting what DEGBTI wrote:
    "no offence, by why? People who got vaccinated or going too will be safe. Those that choose not to, well bummer for them. Why should the responsible part of society pay for their decisions. If someone decides they don't want it, then that's on them. Do we stop driving cars because some refuse to wear seat belts? Time to move on."
    Nothing going over my head, although the implication is nice, we just do not agree.
    You will also have the right to stay home if they do not hold the event.  Or you can just head down to Dana and waive a lighter around while listening to Buckle Up on your phone. 
    It is a beautiful beach, I've run a few times right past where the event is held, as the sun comes up. 


    I'm more debating your analogy of "we have seat belts for kids.  no vaccine for kids' but I'm guessing you are a selective listener/reader.  I can't help you there. 
  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 23,802
    vedpunk said:
    vedpunk said:
    vedpunk said:
    I don't bring kids to a concert (although we know some do and you clearly state you will) but if, as a vaccinated adult, I go to a concert and come home to my kids I can give them the virus.  They can then experience the full effects without a vaccine and pass to others they come into contact with - and the effects can include the long term effects that many people are experiencing.
    Science shows kids can get it and spread it.  The killing from this virus is not the only thing that is impacting people.

    What ticks me off is I keep hearing "people who want the vaccine can get it"....but they are not acknowledging kids as people when they say this.  

    You can choose to bring your 12 year old wherever you please - and if Ohana goes forward and allows kids you can bring the child there as well.    I would not do so but that is my personal choice as a parent.  
    I am glad to hear that your son is doing well - cancer is awful.

    You do realize that millions of children are attending schools and churches and mixing with the adult population at grocery stores and malls across the US?  Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine.  Time to move on. 

    "Time to move on." 
    Kids are also wearing masks and staying apart from people where they can.  They are not jumping around screaming at a rock concert.
    Whatever.  Statements about "every person who wants the vaccine will be able to get it..." are invalid.  Those under 16 are people, too.

    At least there are no comments about sexual enhancement drugs and kids in that response.

    I hope that things can be safe at that point and they make the right call.  I do trust that Pearl Jam is one of the bands who will look closely at things and make the call based on safety and not be governed by greed or desire - so if they decide to go forward I imagine that the numbers, policies, and predictions will support it being safe at that time.


    Over your head once again. "Those that could be harmed severely by COVID have the opportunity to receive the vaccine."  

    You definitely have the right to stay at home though.  Not arguing that fact.

    You originally engaged with me on this subject by supporting what DEGBTI wrote:
    "no offence, by why? People who got vaccinated or going too will be safe. Those that choose not to, well bummer for them. Why should the responsible part of society pay for their decisions. If someone decides they don't want it, then that's on them. Do we stop driving cars because some refuse to wear seat belts? Time to move on."
    Nothing going over my head, although the implication is nice, we just do not agree.
    You will also have the right to stay home if they do not hold the event.  Or you can just head down to Dana and waive a lighter around while listening to Buckle Up on your phone. 
    It is a beautiful beach, I've run a few times right past where the event is held, as the sun comes up. 


    I'm more debating your analogy of "we have seat belts for kids.  no vaccine for kids' but I'm guessing you are a selective listener/reader.  I can't help you there. 

    At least this "zinger" isn't creepy and is only an attempt at being witty.

    Have a wonderful day and enjoy Moving On!

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  • JOEJOEJOEJOEJOEJOE Posts: 9,585
    Now, back to the usual debate......will Ohana 2021 happen?
  • Falling DownFalling Down Posts: 497
    Ok, on the positive side of this chat:
    - got my first dose today (as a Canadian, sometimes felt it would never happened);
    - second dose August 19;
    Don’t need to get rid of my Ohana tickets anymore

    Stay safe everybody. See you soon at a PJ concert, be it 2021 or 2022. 

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  • halvhalv Posts: 600
    Ok, on the positive side of this chat:
    - got my first dose today (as a Canadian, sometimes felt it would never happened);
    - second dose August 19;
    Don’t need to get rid of my Ohana tickets anymore

    Stay safe everybody. See you soon at a PJ concert, be it 2021 or 2022. 
    I'm in Vancouver and still waiting for my first shot. So frustrating because the longer it takes the longer it will be for the second shot and I have weekend passes for Ohana (if it happens). 
  • Ok, on the positive side of this chat:
    - got my first dose today (as a Canadian, sometimes felt it would never happened);
    - second dose August 19;
    Don’t need to get rid of my Ohana tickets anymore

    Stay safe everybody. See you soon at a PJ concert, be it 2021 or 2022. 
    wow-you have to wait four months for your second shot?  Brutal.....at least it will time out that the two weeks after the second shot will be elapsed before Ohana....

    See you there
  • Falling DownFalling Down Posts: 497
    Ok, on the positive side of this chat:
    - got my first dose today (as a Canadian, sometimes felt it would never happened);
    - second dose August 19;
    Don’t need to get rid of my Ohana tickets anymore

    Stay safe everybody. See you soon at a PJ concert, be it 2021 or 2022. 
    wow-you have to wait four months for your second shot?  Brutal.....at least it will time out that the two weeks after the second shot will be elapsed before Ohana....

    See you there
    It is what it is. No vaccines produced in Canada so the supply is limited. We’re still a bit ahead of France, Switzerland and other Europeans countries so can’t complain. And after the shitty 14 months we just had, four months will go quite fast. I’ll be jealous this summer of seeing full baseball stadiums in the US and crowded pubs in the UK, but the era of Revenge Travel is just down the road. And I won’t miss any part of it. 

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  • ComeToTXComeToTX AustinPosts: 6,348
    We’ll have plenty extras to send north soon. Too many antivaxxers here to keep humming along at 3 million shots a day for long. 
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  • matt84matt84 Posts: 135
    How anyone can be anti vaccination I just don’t get it. Things are moving along very nicely here in the UK. I thought it was crazy that the Reading and Leeds Festival announced it would be going ahead in August but now I see it happening no problem.

    Hoping to make it to the US in September for my first Ohana :)
  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 1,266
    There is preliminary chatter in Ontario that the 4 months might be cut down a bit, depending on supply chain.  But basically with limited quantities available public health decided it was better to get as many first shots done as possible before starting on second shots.  
  • There is preliminary chatter in Ontario that the 4 months might be cut down a bit, depending on supply chain.  But basically with limited quantities available public health decided it was better to get as many first shots done as possible before starting on second shots.  
    When I got my vaccine about 3 weeks ago, the dr told me it would most likely be sooner than the 4 months.
  • mschostokmschostok Chicago, ILPosts: 761
    So is this still happening in September because I'm there if it is. (Pfizer gang where you at?!)
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  • ianh42ianh42 Posts: 65
    this better be happening...DMB tickets went on sale for shows in Irvine  in September so that is a great sign for Ohana to be a go. It’s going to be off the charts good if it happens. 
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  • BanjoBanjo Posts: 240
    I'm trying to plan out my trip a little. I'm flying from the east coast, either out of Newark or Philly. What airport should I fly into? I'm assuming I'll need to rent a car? 
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  • kaw753kaw753 Posts: 276
    You can call me an optimist, but I am actually planning to go out to French Polynesia and fly to LA for this. Things are extremely busy in Vegas and things are getting back to normal. As someone mentioned, full arena for one of the UFC events.
  • devonfzdevonfz Posts: 11
    i'm really hoping they get rid of the saturday night guy and we get two nites of pearl jam!!!
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