New Eddie Vedder Earthlings Dates

SeaSea EarthPosts: 2,666
edited August 23 in The Porch
New Eddie Vedder Earthlings Dates

News August 18 2022

Eddie Vedder and bandmates Earthlings have just announced two new concert dates for October 2022. Coming on the heels of their October 1st headlining set at Ohana Festival two new shows will be held on Wednesday, October 5th at Vina Robles Amphitheatre in Paso Robles, California, and on Friday, October 7th at Dolby Live at Park MGM in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

An exclusive presale for Ten Club members active as of Sunday, August 21st, will be held through Ticketmaster’s Eddie Vedder Ticket Request page. The Ten Club presale ticket request is open now through Tuesday, August 23 at 5 pm PT. To learn more, please go HERE

There will be no general public sale. Public tickets will only be available through Ticketmaster Verified Fan Registration. Verified Fan ticket registration is open now through Tuesday, August 23rd at 5 pm PT, and the Verified Fan Onsale begins Friday, August 26th at 10 am local time. To register, please visit: https://verifiedfan.ticketmaster.com/eddievedder

 

2022 Eddie Vedder and Earthlings shows

DATE CITY, STATE VENUE

Saturday, October 1st Dana Point, CA Ohana Festival*

Wednesday, October 5th            Paso Robles, CA Vina Robles Amphitheatre     

Friday, October 7th                      Las Vegas, NV Dolby Live at Park MGM            

 

* Previously announced show. Full info at www.ohanafest.com





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  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 76,570
    Neat!
  • sverhagesverhage Posts: 1
    Super stoked they are coming up to Paso. Some good talent passing through there these days. Can't wait!
  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 4,045
    Come on down south Ed and co 
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  • teskeincteskeinc Posts: 831
    edited August 22
    Holy Sh#t!!!!  $475.77 a pair. New Record
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  • bmurray06bmurray06 Austin, TexasPosts: 75
    Wonder if more dates will be added for the Earthlings with the RCHP tour ending in mid October for ACL and with the Cubs not really having a chance in the playoffs this year.
  • darthvedderdarthvedder Posts: 2,269
    teskeinc said:
    Holy Sh#t!!!!  $475.77 a pair. New Record

    Paying twice what I did to see Pearl Jam doesn't make much sense.
  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWestPosts: 17,156
    Never seen a show announcement generate less excitement on the board. Six posts in 2+ hours?
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  • edoconedocon Posts: 247
    I guess I missed in the original Ohana Festival announcement that the EV appearance is actually an Earthlings show. I was hoping for an Ed solo acoustic set.
  • PJFAN13PJFAN13 Posts: 1,422
    This is FANTASTIC news!!!!  When the announcement was made in April, it was for Ed alone.  No mention of the Earthlings whatsoever!  Having Ohana paid for already, simply thinking I was getting solo Ed, Jack White, Billy Strings, Mike Campbell & Manchester Orch was exciting.  The fact Glen, Watt, Josh & Chad will now be at Ohana in the lineup - wow, I'm 3x as excited.  This is a very unpopular opinion, but the EV & Earthling shows (specifically LA) was one of the best concerts period I've seen in 5 years, let alone of the Ed/PJ variety.  I am so excited for Ohana - come on October!!!!
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  • jstu39jstu39 Posts: 129
    edocon said:
    I guess I missed in the original Ohana Festival announcement that the EV appearance is actually an Earthlings show. I was hoping for an Ed solo acoustic set.
    I agree. This was never announced as an Earthlings show, it was Eddie Vedder. Are we getting both?
  • GlowGirlGlowGirl New York, NYPosts: 6,242
    JimmyV said:
    Never seen a show announcement generate less excitement on the board. Six posts in 2+ hours?
    I would have been excited if there were some shows on the East Coast.

  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 1,707
    People - these shows were bliss! 
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  • GlowGirlGlowGirl New York, NYPosts: 6,242
    CP218430 said:
    People - these shows were bliss! 
    Agreed! I saw the ones at the Beacon and Newark. Amazing shows. If they were in my area I would definitely go.

  • TC29348TC29348 Posts: 8
    I agree about the Earthlings Tour being amazing. Seeing Ed with them at Youtube Theater was just as cool as seeing PJ at the Forum this last time around. Both great but both a bit different. The smaller venue with Ed is what gives his show  that extra nuance. Very intimate but rocking at the same time. Can't wait.
  • JOEJOEJOEJOEJOEJOE Posts: 9,933
    I am happy that Ohana is an Earthlings show.  I have seen EV solo many times, and I prefer seeing him as part of a band, as opposed to the normal solo shows.
  • DrewRWxDrewRWx Posts: 71
    Hmm, I wonder what the "Eddie Vedder Premium" tickets entail.
  • Get_RightGet_Right Posts: 11,583
    There will be no general public sale.   This is troubling for future sales.
  • darthvedderdarthvedder Posts: 2,269
    Ohana looks like a bargain compared to the prices of the newly added shows.
  • matt84matt84 Posts: 344
    Just 4-5 UK/EU shows would be bliss.
  • PJINFLAPJINFLA Posts: 566
    teskeinc said:
    Holy Sh#t!!!!  $475.77 a pair. New Record
    Where did you find the ticket prices?
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  • RyanRyan Posts: 884
    Get_Right said:
    There will be no general public sale.   This is troubling for future sales.
    This is the exact same thing the PJ North America tour announced in March 2022.  Don’t see what the problem is; it’s 10c pre sale and Verified Fan through TM.
    The prices for this however are laughable.
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  • tschavtschav Posts: 2,524
    sverhage said:
    Super stoked they are coming up to Paso. Some good talent passing through there these days. Can't wait!
    Just spent a weekend in Paso, missed the timing of this but definitely a great spot to take in a show.
  • teskeincteskeinc Posts: 831
    PJINFLA said:
    teskeinc said:
    Holy Sh#t!!!!  $475.77 a pair. New Record
    Where did you find the ticket prices?
    It’s on there when you log in to submit for presale.

    Robles was $169.50/ticket plus fees

    Vegas was $199.50/ticket - Pair was $477 so $78 in fees. Floor is GA. 

    I went to El Cajon and it was great. Excited when I got email this morning but almost $500 is excessive. Especially after totally canceling the Vegas PJ show.
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  • ZodZod Posts: 8,725
    yah, this seemed a little steep when I paid similar prices for Seattle.  They really tried to gouge on the premium tickets, then were trying to offload all the ones they didn't sell at less than face leading up to the show.

    I really enjoyed the two Seattle shows, and glad I went (they were my first post-covid concerts) but if I were to do it again, I wouldn't jump on tix right away.... I'd way to watch the platinum's drop in price and get better ones close up leading up to the show, rather then paying more for being further back.. lol.
  • pearljammr78pearljammr78 Posts: 1,613
    These are presale prices? What justifies the cost of these seats. Does Eddie have Tool style production in his shows now? Does he have a rap size entourage with a dude rolling his joints like Snoop? Let’s just spell it out. G R E E D. GREEN DISEASE anyone? 
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  • THETONYCLIFTONTHETONYCLIFTON SAN LUIS OBISPOPosts: 122
    While I’m beyond tickled Vedder is playing so close to my hometown of San Luis Obispo but those prices WTF? As I know I’ll be able to get tickets for well under $200 each closer to October. This has to be the venue they could make the most off of, as this is rural AF with respect to large populations. 
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  • pearljammr78pearljammr78 Posts: 1,613
    It’s a great venue. Real cool place to see a band or artist. But yea, Paso isn’t Napa so the prices don’t make sense. 
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  • ZodZod Posts: 8,725
    These are presale prices? What justifies the cost of these seats. Does Eddie have Tool style production in his shows now? Does he have a rap size entourage with a dude rolling his joints like Snoop? Let’s just spell it out. G R E E D. GREEN DISEASE anyone? 

    I think this is becoming the new normal ($200 tickets before fees).... sigh. 

    In this case, they'res a boat load of talent on the stage with Ed and they are playing smaller venus, so I guess everyone has to get paid?   If it was Eddie Solo by himself, then it's just one musician that needs to get paid in a small venue..

    After Covid concert tickets seem to be way more expensive than pre covid tickets, which were already way more expensive than tickets from 20 years ago.   It keeps escalating.  I find it a condundrum.  I think I attend less concerts than I normally would because of how expensive tickets have gotten.  On the flip side, with each passing year, there's less and less of my favourite artists touring, so there's also that pull to keep going to shows while I can, because one day I won't be able too.
  • mpedonempedone Manchester, NHPosts: 1,542
    Ryan said:
    Get_Right said:
    There will be no general public sale.   This is troubling for future sales.
    This is the exact same thing the PJ North America tour announced in March 2022.  Don’t see what the problem is; it’s 10c pre sale and Verified Fan through TM.
    The prices for this however are laughable.
    And then there was a Public Sale anyway when TM realized that they didn't Verify enough Fans to sell all the tickets.
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  • mpedonempedone Manchester, NHPosts: 1,542
    I get why these shows are on the West Coast, but I have to ask - does Eddie hate Boston now, for some reason?
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