*** Pearl Jam Toronto, Canada Fanviews 9/8/22 ***

SeaSea EarthPosts: 2,666
edited September 9 in Given To Fly (live)
Pearl Jam
Toronto, CA
Scotiabank Arena
North American Tour 2022
09/08/22
Show
Set List

PEARL JAM
walk on music at 9:04 The North-Gord Downie
Band Onstage 9:06
Band Offstage 11:16

01. Daughter/Safe Is Dead-(Gord Downie)
02. Come Back
03. Sometimes
04. Her Majesty-(Lennon, McCartney)
05. All Those Yesterdays
{Ed talks about playing Toronto 17 times.  Starts to mention not playing Vancouver as much because of border issues. Realizes he has a border crossing coming and starts to praise Canadian customs.   Plays the next song for those suffering in Ukraine.}
06. River Cross
07. Interstellar Overdrive-(Barrett, Mason, Waters, Wright) (30 seconds long)
08. Corduroy
09. Hail Hail
10. Deep
11. Quick Escape
12. Even Flow
13. Who Ever Said/I Can’t Get No Satisfaction-(Jagger, Richards) 12 seconds long in style of Devo cover
14. I Got Shit/Cinnamon Girl-(Young) 50 seconds
15. Never Destination
16. Dissident
17. Lukin
18. Reavviewmirror

Encore Break
{Jeff is now wearing a "Gord Fucking Downie" t-shirt
Ed mentions some charities like Global Citizen, Ed and Jill’s EB charity and Matt introduced Ed to War Child.  An audience member has a sign suggesting they play Light Years for Gord Downie.  Ed gets the sign from the crowd and they play the song}

19. Light Years (for Gord Downie)
{Talk of The Tragically Hip recording in Seattle and hanging out with Gord, Chris Cornell and Adam Kasper. He addresses Gord’s brothers  “We know what it’s like to lose a brother”}
20. Do The Evolution
21. Last Kiss-(Cochran) (to the back of the arena)
22. Jeremy
{The band starts into Leash but Stone makes a mistake and things grind to a halt.  Stone then launches into Alive.  Almost stops but Ed encourages him to keep going.}
23. Alive
{Josh Klinghoffer and Jeff Ament change instruments.  Josh on bass and Jeff on keys}
24. Rockin’ In The Free World-(Young)

Please share your experiences of the show here...the Fanview threads are preserved on the board.
Please keep the Fanview threads for Fanviews. It's ok to begin another thread on discussions of other topics and/or debates. Thank you!
Thank you, John for the set list & notes.


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  • BF89905BF89905 Posts: 1,269
    Fantastic show! Sitting in a parking garage afterwards not so much. Safe travels everyone.
  • BEARCATBEARCAT Posts: 12
    There you are!
  • tonywellingtontonywellington Posts: 41
    edited September 9
    Great stuff as always. RVM at the end of the set was a welcome change. Early Hilites with "Come Back" and "Rivers Cross".

    When they cut "Leash"  seem like they had been given a time warning as Eddie was spinning his fingers like they needed to rush. 

    Also, "Her Majesty" on the day our Queen died was pretty special.

    Nonetheless it was a blast.
    Post edited by tonywellington on
    Barrie 1992 
    Toronto 2003
    Kitchener 2005
    London 2005
    Toronto 1 2006
    Cleveland 2006
    Toronto 2009
    Toronto 2011
    Hamilton 2011
    London, Ont 2013
    Buffalo 2013
    Detroit 2014
    Toronto 1 2016
    Toronto 2 2016
    Hamilton 2022
    Toronto 2022
  • LaFleurLaFleur Posts: 639
    BEARCAT said:
    There you are!
    I see myself 🤣
    Barrie - '98
    Toronto - '96, '00, '03, '05, '06, '16, '20, '22
    Ottawa - '16, '20, '22
    Hamilton - '20, '22
  • LaFleurLaFleur Posts: 639
    That main set was bonkers, so good.  Ed had some pent up energy it seemed.  Never let off the gas.  

    Light Years and talking about Gord was great.  Thought jump into DTE after was a bit odd, but certainly got all jumping again.

    Rest of the encore kinda fizzled for me.  If they'd done Leash and Y'Led to close (I think was in the plan), woulda felt more complete to me.

    Sometimes and Hail, Hail highlights for me. Who Ever Said is continuing to be a blast live, love that song and crowd really seems to respond to it.  Glad I got Never Dest too.  Ended up with most of Gigaton over the last 3 shows, happy about that.

    I Got Shit with Cinnamon Girl was also special.

    RVM in place of Porch was very welcome, was a great rendition.

    I almost didn't make it tonight...glad I did.  Another great show.

    Barrie - '98
    Toronto - '96, '00, '03, '05, '06, '16, '20, '22
    Ottawa - '16, '20, '22
    Hamilton - '20, '22
  • PeterEDPeterED Posts: 348


    Great show but overall it felt like Toronto got the worst of the Canadian shows. (2 songs that were each about 40 seconds and 2 scratched songs.)

    Loved River Cross - Ed’s vocals on that song are powerful.
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  • Red LukinRed Lukin CanadaPosts: 2,994
    Great show. Actually awesome. Wish we got Leash but I get thry probably had to cut off the show.

    Great 4 show run. Ended strong in Toronto and the Hammer. Thanks PJ.
  • OnWis97OnWis97 St. Paul, MNPosts: 4,362
    Love seeing RVM close out the main set.
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  • PJNBPJNB Posts: 11,334
    edited September 9
    First impression best show of the four if not for the encore scratches and rush. Need to think about this one some more. First set was amazing and Rearviewmirror got a huge pop. 
    PJ
    2013 Worcester 1 & 2
    2016 Quebec, Toronto 2, Fenway 1&2, Wrigley 2
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    2021 Encore 1&2
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  • vinyl boyvinyl boy Posts: 161

    Absolutely insane first time in pit.  Loved it 
  • KWOKWO Posts: 13
    Went to this show and Hamilton, my 5th and 6th shows. I feel like the vibe at the Toronto show was more exciting (may just have been the folks I was around.) Sometimes, Come Back, Hail Hail were highlights for me, and RVM was an amazing closer for the main set. Saw Light Years for the third time, and they could play that song twice a set and I wouldn't complain. I wish I didn't know that Leash and Yellow Ledbetter were originally on the list. I won't complain about any show, because who knows how much longer they'll even be playing them ... but I would have preferred the two scratched encore songs to RITFW. All in all, I walked out on a huge buzz. 
  • TorontonianTorontonian Posts: 494
    edited September 9
    Went to all four 🇨🇦 shows they were all amazing in their own way.  This one was the best.  Thankful. ❤️🤟

    Come Back

    All Those Yesterdays
    Post edited by Torontonian on
  • GlowGirlGlowGirl New York, NYPosts: 6,239
    edited September 9
    BEARCAT said:
    There you are!
    I see me in this photo. Third row back from rail center - right behind @PJNB
  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 2,580
    I liked Hamilton better but this was a good
    show in its own right.  

    So, Unthought Known wasn’t played in Canada.  Fine, I’ll go to NY.  
    London ON, Buffalo 2013; Cincinnati 2014; Miami, FLL, Tor 1-2, Chi 2 2016; London UK 1, Milan, Padova, Sea 2, Chi 1-2, Bos 1-2 2018; SHN, Ohana, Ohana Encore 1-2 2021; LA 1-2, Phx, Oak 1-2, Fresno, Copenhagen, Lon 1-2 2022; 
  • gibbitsgibbits Posts: 488
    Leash continues to elude me!  Great run of the four Canadian shows for my brother and I - loved this set but the leash tease hurt lol 
  • All those yesterdays.   Great 
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    this song is meant to be called i got shit,itshould be called i got shit tickets-hartford 06 -
  • erebuserebus Posts: 512
    gibbits said:
    Leash continues to elude me!  Great run of the four Canadian shows for my brother and I - loved this set but the leash tease hurt lol 
    +1
    when I heard the opening notes of Leash I was soooo excited …….it was finally happening!!!!
    Hopefully we get to see it live someday….
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    2013: London, Pittsburgh, Buffalo
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  • PapPap Aspra Spitia, GreecePosts: 26,302

    Ooh, yeah! All right!
    Were [Pearl] jammin
    I wanna [Pearl] jam it wid you.
    Were [Pearl] jammin, [Pearl] jammin
    And I hope you like [Pearl] jammin too.

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  • Great show, was fortunate to do the 4 canadain shows loved them all but these last two set lists were special I feel like the band is just warming up.  It is tough to see leash get scratched knowning they came on 20 min late though…Anyway great energy at all toronto shows, enjoy the USA leg those that are going it should only get better and see you at Ohana 🤟
  • Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom'sPosts: 14,377
    I would have been very happy with this setlist...I got ID, Hail Hail, Deep, ATY, RVM....great stuff
    Remember the Thomas Nine !! (10/02/2018)

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    2020: Oakland1, Oakland2:  2021: EV Ohana, Ohana, Ohana, Ohana
    2022: Oakland1, Oakland2, Nashville, Louisville 
  • kid canadakid canada TorontoPosts: 433
    edited September 9
    Fun show. Not as good as Hamilton but still fun.

    Personal highlight - I was sitting by the side of the stage, Stone side, about 10 rows up wearing my TAD t-shirt (love me some Tad!). During Dissident, Eddie looked over to our side of the stage and during a breath between verses, saw the shirt, looked at me and said "Tad!" (he gestured to his own shirt to make sure I knew what he was doing). He *might* have changed the next line to "escape is never the safest Tad" because he pointed in my direction as he sang it, but I can't really tell. So that was cool.


    (at 1:06)

    Post edited by kid canada on
    '96: Toronto / '00: Toronto, Montreal / '03: Buffalo, State College, Toronto, Montreal, NYC I & II, Hershey / '04: Toledo, Grand Rapids / '05: Kitchener, London, Hamilton, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto / '06: Toronto I & II / '07: Chicago (The Vic), Lolla / '09: Toronto / '11: PJ20 I & II, Montreal, Toronto I & II / '13: London ON, Wrigley, Buffalo, Brooklyn I & II / '16: Toronto I & II, Fenway I & II / '18: London UK I, Wrigley I & II, Fenway I
  • NWOntarioNWOntario TorontoPosts: 814
    During "Alive" I was smiling so broadly I was crying. I love this band.

    Yesterday was my first "All Those Yesterdays" since my very first show (June 30, 1998). It was also my third "Sometimes," I think, and I think it was my first in 22 years, which...I mean, it's wild that I can say things like this.

    Anyway, I'm at 46 shows now, so I feel relatively qualified to offer opinions on things like "I can't remember the band sounding this good, ever." But I can't remember the band sounding this good - ever. Ed's voice was immaculate at the three shows I attended, and Matt's on another level lately - he's expanded his kit and he's using it to its fullest. 

    Oh, and the Gord Downie love was heart-wrending. I miss that magnificent bastard.
    Minneapolis 1998 | Jones Beach I & II, Montreal, and Toronto 2000 | Buffalo, State College, Toronto, Montreal and Hershey 2003 | Boston I & II 2004 | Thunder Bay, Kitchener, London, Hamilton, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto 2005 | Toronto I & II 2006 | The Vic and Lollapalooza 2007 | Calgary and Toronto 2009 | PJ20 I & II, Toronto I & II, Ottawa, Calgary and Edmonton 2011 | London, Chicago, Spokane, Calgary, Vancouver and Seattle 2013 | Ottawa and Toronto I & II 2016 | Chicago I & II 2018 | Ottawa, Hamilton and Toronto 2022
  • Sending all the best thoughts to the fellow Jammer who had a seizure mid-show in Section 119. If you’re out there or anyone knows this amazing couple, know that the gentleman’s hat was given to the usher for safe keeping. Take a minute to tell those around you how much you love them today. 
    "Not bad for a kid from Chicago" - EV......
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 32,698
    Sea said:
    Pearl Jam
    Toronto, CA
    Scotiabank Arena
    North American Tour 2022
    09/08/22
    Show
    Set List

    PEARL JAM
    walk on music at 9:04 The North-Gord Downie
    Band Onstage 9:06
    Band Offstage 11:16

    01. Daughter
    02. Come Back
    03. Sometimes
    04. Her Majesty-(Lennon, McCartney)
    05. All Those Yesterdays
    {Ed talks about playing Toronto 17 times.  Starts to mention not playing Vancouver as much because of border issues. Realizes he has a border crossing coming and starts to praise Canadian customs.   Plays the next song for those suffering in Ukraine.}
    06. River Cross
    07. Interstellar Overdrive-(Barrett, Mason, Waters, Wright) (30 seconds long)
    08. Corduroy
    09. Hail Hail
    10. Deep
    11. Quick Escape
    12. Even Flow
    13. Who Ever Said/I Can’t Get No Satisfaction-(Jagger, Richards) 12 seconds long in style of Devo cover
    14. I Got Shit/Cinnamon Girl-(Young) 50 seconds
    15. Never Destination
    16. Dissident
    17. Lukin
    18. Reavviewmirror

    Encore Break
    {Jeff is now wearing a "Gord Fucking Downie" t-shirt
    Ed mentions some charities like Global Citizen, Ed and Jill’s EB charity and Matt introduced Ed to War Child.  An audience member has a sign suggesting they play Light Years for Gord Downie.  Ed gets the sign from the crowd and they play the song}

    19. Light Years (for Gord Downie)
    {Talk of The Tragically Hip recording in Seattle and hanging out with Gord, Chris Cornell and Adam Kasper. He addresses Gord’s brothers  “We know what it’s like to lose a brother”}
    20. Do The Evolution
    21. Last Kiss-(Cochran) (to the back of the arena)
    22. Jeremy
    {The band starts into Leash but Stone makes a mistake and things grind to a halt.  Stone then launches into Alive.  Almost stops but Ed encourages him to keep going.}
    23. Alive
    {Josh Klinghoffer and Jeff Ament change instruments.  Josh on bass and Jeff on keys}
    24. Rockin’ In The Free World-(Young)

    Please share your experiences of the show here...the Fanview threads are preserved on the board.
    Please keep the Fanview threads for Fanviews. It's ok to begin another thread on discussions of other topics and/or debates. Thank you!
    Thank you, John for the set list & notes.

    hey @sea, you should add that Daughter was tagged with one verse of Gord Downie's Safe Is Dead. Another astute member pointed it out in the setlist relay thread. I watched the video and he's right. 
    I think I'll move to Australia


  • So happy I got to this show. I was left wanting way more after Hamilton. Specifically more crowd energy, thought the band was awesome, setlist was fun in The Hammer, but crowd was flat. Then combine that with Toronto and I'm fulfilled. Was gutted to see Unthought Known replaced and I felt the momentum lost a little with the Leash confusion (buddy met the band in the hotel after the show and said Stone broke a string and changing instruments around was difficult so they scrambled into Alive). Would love to see a second encore like in 2016 but respect to the band all the same.
    Love this band...always surreal watching them and trying to believe I'm hearing it live...they are sooooo good...Sad to see the end of this week...
  • amljbonoamljbono Posts: 2
    edited September 9
    Amazing show!  Second time seeing the band in concert and I love the diversity of the setlists.  Huge U2 fan and every tour you get the same setlist with maybe 2-3 song changes but with Pearl Jam its different every night.  Really feel the songs from Gigaton fit so well into the concert and it't not like other artists where this is the time to go for a bathroom break.  Highlights for me was Corduroy, I Got Shit, Dissident and the 3 second tease of Leash..... DAMN! 
    Post edited by amljbono on
  • i got more to say but not today

    but this should be corrected,
    walk on music was here, here and here from secret path album
    they played almost the whole song and it was a moment i will cherish forever. TY PJ

    Pearl Jam
    Toronto, CA
    Scotiabank Arena
    North American Tour 2022
    09/08/22
    Show
    Set List

    PEARL JAM
    walk on music at 9:04 The North-Gord Downie

  • ComeToTXComeToTX AustinPosts: 7,055
    great looking set.  i'd love to see light years again...haven't seen it live since getting a tattoo of the lyrics!
    This show, another show, a show here and a show there.
  • LaFleurLaFleur Posts: 639
    i got more to say but not today

    but this should be corrected,
    walk on music was here, here and here from secret path album
    they played almost the whole song and it was a moment i will cherish forever. TY PJ

    Pearl Jam
    Toronto, CA
    Scotiabank Arena
    North American Tour 2022
    09/08/22
    Show
    Set List

    PEARL JAM
    walk on music at 9:04 The North-Gord Downie

    Well pointed out, thanks.

    They played nearly the whole thing because there was a problem with one of the light rigs.  It dropped suddenly and swung around when all were being lowered as they we're about to walk on.  Could see crew making sure was safe before proceeding.  That one rig didn't work/wasn't used all show (Stone's side of Matt).
    Barrie - '98
    Toronto - '96, '00, '03, '05, '06, '16, '20, '22
    Ottawa - '16, '20, '22
    Hamilton - '20, '22
  • Went to all four Canadian dates.  Each show was amazing in it's own way but this one was my favourite of all of them.

    https://youtu.be/ELuIldKYzY4
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