*** Pearl Jam Amsterdam, Netherlands Fanviews 7/25/22 ***

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Pearl Jam
Amsterdam, NL
Ziggo Dome
European Tour 2022
07/25/22
Show
Set List

intro music: Cat Power-The Greatest   9:04
band onstage 09:05
band offstage 11:21

(band starts the show seated)
01. Nothing As It Seems
02. Off He Goes
(Ed thanks the doctor and the doctor’s assistant that got Ed to place where he could sing today)
03. Footsteps
04.  Alright
05. WMA
06. Why Go
07. Even Flow
08. Pilate
09. Corduroy
(Stone thanks a list of friends and expresses love for them)
10. Mankind-(Stone lead vocal)
11. Wishlist
(This is a request. Our most requested song…I am gonna make it out special to David and Ashton, you know who you are..)
12. Hard To Imagine
13. Better Man/Beast Of Burden-(Jagger, Richards) :43 seconds, Save It For Later-(Charley, Cox, Morton, Steele, Wakeling) 2:00 minutes
(Ed talks about seeing a video of people hanging around outside venue yesterday singing songs and how moving that was.)
14. Black Diamond-(Stanley) Kiss cover. Mike McCready sings verse 1 then Matt sings lead vocals with Mike on bg vox
(Jill, Mark, Sonya who lost her husband and best friend.  Goes out to Joe Webber)
15.  Given To Fly
16. Porch (has a 1 minute intro/improv with Ed strumming and singing I love this life and similar lines)

Encore Break
Ed comes out wearing a very sparkly jacket that he says he borrowed from his friend Harry Styles.  Ed speaks passionately about Covid, climate change and other issues that we can’t wait for politicians to solve and we have to solve ourselves.  He express appreciation for the crew and has all available crew come on stage and be recognized

17.  Do The Evolution
(Ed introduces Josh Klinghoffer with a stream of superlatives)
18.  Purple Rain-(Prince) Ed lead vox verse 1 Josh K lead vocals for the rest
19.  Alive
20. Indifference
21. Rocking In The Free World-(Young)  (Mike brings his kids and some guests kids on stage.)



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  • Ozone BabyOzone Baby Northern GermanyPosts: 36
    INSANE NIGHT!

  • Ozone BabyOzone Baby Northern GermanyPosts: 36

  • pdalowskypdalowsky Doncaster,UKPosts: 14,129
    That was just incredible 
  • vitovito ChicagoPosts: 1,194

    Well I think Mike is taking his frustrations out on this fucked up tour/world we currently live in...anyways glad they pulled it off and hoping for the best when they come home...hopefully no more hiccups especially my show in St.Louis which, looks to be very shaky right now...all the bs and complaining aside (absolutely me included) hope everyone has safe travels home and stay healthy! ❤️ to all my fellow JAMMERS and most of all OUR BAND!😎❤️🙏
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  • matt84matt84 Posts: 331
    edited July 25
    Incredible! Only one criticism is that I would have liked more Gigaton. Only one track. But I got to see a show when I didn’t think I was going to see a show, so making a criticism is maybe a bit harsh.
    Post edited by matt84 on
  • Release 11Release 11 Posts: 60
    edited July 25
    WOW! That was way more than I expected. Eddie sounded great and the band was on fire! Highlights for me was Footsteps, Hard to Imagine,Purple Rain and Indifference. Lets cherish every chance that we get to do this together because you’ll never know how many more there will be!
    Post edited by Release 11 on
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  • Ozone BabyOzone Baby Northern GermanyPosts: 36
    Here is a clip of the whole guitar wreckage


  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 20,634
    edited July 25
    Here is a clip of the whole guitar wreckage


    Did he need help out of his shirt? That's some James Brown-level flexing, right there.

    I think he destroyed his pedal board as well.
    Post edited by dankind on
    I SAW PEARL JAM
  • RideRickRideRick HoornPosts: 696
    W. M. A. 

    First and only time live in Europe. 
    It was so incredible. I really love the vibe of that song. My personal highlight. 

    But what an energy this evening. Eddie’s side front row on 6 lines from fence.  It was intens. Loud singing, Eddie’s voice phenomenal. Mike on fire. They didn’t want to stop playing. Crazy night. 
    Not enough Ten played. Missing Black, Jeremy and my personal issue…Garden. Last time i heard that live was in 1992 🤣
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  • DE4173DE4173 Posts: 190
    Here is a clip of the whole guitar wreckage



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  • yoyoyoyo FrancePosts: 301
    I'm coming back ... my best show with Marseille 2006 ... easely .. the three first songs was a awesome ... a pure dream... 
    Perfect show for the first (all bands) of my son aged of 9 years old !
    Can't wait next year in europe ...(and France)
    Merci pearl jam !
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  • tylermooretylermoore St. Joseph, MIPosts: 504
    edited July 26
    Mike at the end was some wicked stuff. He seemed possessed smashing everything bit of equipment he had. Loved it. My girlfriends first PJ show and she can’t wait till the next
    Post edited by tylermoore on
  • jonbond1779jonbond1779 London, UKPosts: 1,314
    Back at the hotel and thinking about the night. My 3rd show of the tour. Never seen the Ziggo Dome so full! GA was packed in tight  You could see Eddie wanted to give it everything tonight. Very cool setlist. My highlights were Pilate, Hard to Imagine was amazing. Footsteps and of course Purple Rain was insane! I was in shock when Mike totalled his guitar! 

    Ed was struggling toward the end but I gotta say...watching from tier 1 block 111 (great seats) the Pit and GA looked electric! Put UK GA to shame I have to say. Amazing atmosphere down there and all around the arena. 

    Great vibes. Thanks Amsterdam x
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  • CarryTheZeroCarryTheZero Posts: 742
    Amazing! That wasn’t his special ‘59 (really ‘60) Fender?
  • parintachin73parintachin73 Posts: 678
    edited July 26
    Amazing! That wasn’t his special ‘59 (really ‘60) Fender?
    No friggin way.  I remember him busting up another strat at a show and Ed joking about why wasn’t he smashing the ‘59? That said I just watched a longer clip and man he went apeshit! Took out his amp and pedal board too
  • vitovito ChicagoPosts: 1,194
    It definitely wasn't his 59'! If you look close you can see the front and it's definitely not beat up(now it is, lol) like his 59'.
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    IWIRELESS CENTER MOLINE 2014
    XCEL ENERGY CENTER ST. PAUL 2014
    CHICAGO 1 Wrigley Field 2016 
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    CHICAGO 1 Wrigley Field 2018
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    BOSTON 2 Fenway Park 2018
    Eddie Vedder Auditorium Theatre CHICAGO 2008

  • CarryTheZeroCarryTheZero Posts: 742
    Amazing! That wasn’t his special ‘59 (really ‘60) Fender?
    No friggin way.  I remember him busting up another strat at a show and Ed joking about why wasn’t he smashing the ‘59? That said I just watched a longer clip and man he went apeshit! Took out his amp and pedal board too
    Whew! I didn’t think he would, but got worried looking at that clip!
  • PJammer4lifePJammer4life Los AngelesPosts: 2,434
    Amazing! That wasn’t his special ‘59 (really ‘60) Fender?
    No friggin way.  I remember him busting up another strat at a show and Ed joking about why wasn’t he smashing the ‘59? That said I just watched a longer clip and man he went apeshit! Took out his amp and pedal board too
    Whew! I didn’t think he would, but got worried looking at that clip!
    Hope he didn’t smash any vintage pedals. I’m sure Mike can find and replace anything, but not easy to pick up some of those as regular people though ….
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  • bigbiggzybigbiggzy Posts: 504
    What a set list…. Looks like it was a hell of a night!
  • ArmageddonArmageddon Posts: 12
    Special show and a relief after waiting for hour at the venue yesterday and getting the cancellation 45 minutes before the doors had to open.

    Eddie’s voice was back but not 100% so low octave songs were choosen and a soft build up.  WMA stood out for me. Josh and Matt nailed that. Never saw that one live before.  As was purple rain. The voice of josh was Greet, Mike gave it all

    black Diamondbacks stills runs in my mind

    Stone was trying to tell / thank before huis lead Mankind. But i couldn’t figure out what his point was. Timing is everything.

    thanks so much and hope to do it again 

  • The RockThe Rock Posts: 1,181
    This exceeded my wildest expectations and I think it's because I just imagined Ed sounding very scratchy and hoarse, but I was really impressed with how he sounded tonight.

    There were the usual moments where Ed let the crowd take over, and he seemed a bit tired and sweaty at the end but he brought it 100% and I couldn't be happier.

    The crowd was in full support from the moment the band came on stage. Ovation was thunderous. Opening stretch was as good a run as I've ever seen and Ed sounded lovely. Measured, controlled, still had the power. 

    Purple Rain, Mankind, Black Diamond were tremendous, and although people seem a bit tired of it on this forum it absolutely brought the house down last night. Pure energy going back and forth between the band and the audience. 

    Time to go home now but what a magnificent way to end the tour. They were backed into a corner and came out swinging. Why do we ever doubt these guys 🤣
    Thanks guys!
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  • HZ245969HZ245969 Posts: 7
    Glad for everyone who was there and could enjoy the final tour show with a killer setlist. Did the Band said any words about the situation last week and the cancallations?
  • EraserheadEraserhead Stoke-on-TrentPosts: 2,654
    DE4173 said:
    Here is a clip of the whole guitar wreckage



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  • The RockThe Rock Posts: 1,181
    HZ245969 said:
    Glad for everyone who was there and could enjoy the final tour show with a killer setlist. Did the Band said any words about the situation last week and the cancallations?
    Ed talked about the doctor from Amsterdam who treated him, and he said if he'd met this doctor in Paris after that show then he thinks the band may not have had to cancel any shows. He seemed very grateful, showed some photos on the screen of the doc treating him. 

    Ed looked so relieved when he sang the first line of NAIS. Grabbed his throat and had a big smile, like he was so happy it still worked.
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  • JPPJ84JPPJ84 Hamburg, Germany Posts: 3,247
    HZ245969 said:
    Glad for everyone who was there and could enjoy the final tour show with a killer setlist. Did the Band said any words about the situation last week and the cancallations?
    Sorry and that they know we’re traveling/ that it’s hard and thank you for sticking with them. Also that they saw videos of the fans singing after the cancellation yesterday and how it made Ed well up
  • JPPJ84JPPJ84 Hamburg, Germany Posts: 3,247
    The show was amazing and much more than I expected/ had hoped for. Very happy we got a good ending to a tough week. The whole tour was a blast!
  • HZ245969HZ245969 Posts: 7
    JPPJ84 said:
    HZ245969 said:
    Glad for everyone who was there and could enjoy the final tour show with a killer setlist. Did the Band said any words about the situation last week and the cancallations?
    Sorry and that they know we’re traveling/ that it’s hard and thank you for sticking with them. Also that they saw videos of the fans singing after the cancellation yesterday and how it made Ed well up
    Thx. Good that he´s back. But im still sad that i couldn´t see them on sunday  :'(
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 26,331
    INSANE NIGHT!

    Don’t get what people see as cool in destroying instruments. 
    "Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 26,331
    Sursprised by the lack of gigaton
    "Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 26,331
    So great that the tour ended with a bang (as in a show at all).

    hopefully the us/can leg will be smooth and wonderful now!
    "Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
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