The 2023 Tour Speculation Thread - Potential Dates/Cities, Logistics/Data & Wishlists **UPDATED**

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  • PJNBPJNB Posts: 12,287
    edited March 30
    PJNB said:
    At this point, I'm just assuming they have no plans to tour in 2024. If they do announce dates, great! But I'm not holding my breath... I feel like we usually at this point have some hints/nuggets of information and there seems to be none of that thus far...Hope I'm wrong!
    We should probably get the 2023 tour out of the way first before we start worrying about 2024 shouldn’t we?
    The make believe in fairytale land of 23 🤣🤣🤣 please thank the lord I’ve stopped waiting on these guys years ago! My summer plans are set and it doesn’t include waiting on these old timers to want to play live music for their fan base 
    Mine are too! September is wide open for me though. 
  • KevinmanKevinman Chicago, IL USA Posts: 1,873
    Just heard 2 fall shows at United Center…..from credible source.
    I am lost, I'm no guide, but I'm by your side

    06.27.98  Alpine Valley
    10.08.00  Alpine Valley
    09.23.02  Chicago
    06.18.03  Chicago | 06.21.03  Alpine Valley
    10.03.04  Grand Rapids
    10.05.05  Chicago
    05.16.06  Chicago | 05.17.06  Chicago | 06.29.06  Milwaukee
    08.02.07  Chicago | 08.05.07  Chicago
    08.23.09  Chicago | 08.24.09  Chicago
    05.07.10  Noblesville | 05.09.10  Cleveland
    09.03.11  Alpine Valley | 09.04.11  Alpine Valley
    07.19.13  Chicago
    10.17.14  Moline
    08.20.16  Chicago
    08.18.18  Chicago
    09.18.22  St. Louis
  • logan5ivelogan5ive Dallas, TX Posts: 449
    Kevinman said:
    Just heard 2 fall shows at United Center…..from credible source.
    In September?
    1993 - Dallas
    1995 - Red Rocks I & II | Austin
    1998 - St Louis | Kansas City | Dallas | Raleigh | Atlanta | Birmingham | Greenville | Knoxville | Virginia Beach
    2000 - New Orleans | Memphis | Nashville | Noblesville | Cincinnati | Columbus | Houston I & II | Dallas | Las Vegas | LA | San Diego | San Bernardino | Sacramento | San Francisco
    2003 - OKC | San Antonio | Houston | Dallas | Little Rock | Camden I & II | MSG I & II
    2004 - Boston I & II | St Louis
    2005 - Gorge | Vancouver | Kitchener | London | Hamilton
    2006 - Las Vegas | Gorge I & II | Honolulu
    2008 - MSG I & II
    2009 - Seattle I & II | Vancouver | Portland | ACL | Philly I-IV
    2010 - Kansas City | St Louis
    2011 - PJ20 I & II
    2013 - Wrigley | Dallas | OKC
    2014 - ACL I | Tulsa | Moline | St Paul | Milwaukee | Denver
    2022 - OKC
    2023 - FW I & II | Austin I & II
    [78]
  • camhendycamhendy Posts: 134
    Kevinman said:
    Just heard 2 fall shows at United Center…..from credible source.
    Amazing! There is officially a ton of smoke around this. Probably 5 different people have heard this from a number of sources. 
    2013: London
    2016: Ottawa
    2018: Wrigley 1 & 2
    2022: Ottawa, Hamilton, Toronto
    2023: Innings Fest (EV)

  • KevinmanKevinman Chicago, IL USA Posts: 1,873
    Source was in Cubs box office….no specific dates.
    I am lost, I'm no guide, but I'm by your side

    06.27.98  Alpine Valley
    10.08.00  Alpine Valley
    09.23.02  Chicago
    06.18.03  Chicago | 06.21.03  Alpine Valley
    10.03.04  Grand Rapids
    10.05.05  Chicago
    05.16.06  Chicago | 05.17.06  Chicago | 06.29.06  Milwaukee
    08.02.07  Chicago | 08.05.07  Chicago
    08.23.09  Chicago | 08.24.09  Chicago
    05.07.10  Noblesville | 05.09.10  Cleveland
    09.03.11  Alpine Valley | 09.04.11  Alpine Valley
    07.19.13  Chicago
    10.17.14  Moline
    08.20.16  Chicago
    08.18.18  Chicago
    09.18.22  St. Louis
  • Doug87Doug87 Posts: 442
    Kevinman said:
    Just heard 2 fall shows at United Center…..from credible source.
    Here’s hoping!
  • JeBurkhardtJeBurkhardt Posts: 4,024
    edited March 30
    Kevinman said:
    Just heard 2 fall shows at United Center…..from credible source.
    Cool, hopefully we can get some more info to break loose. 
  • motleygunnermotleygunner Arizona Posts: 108
    Kevinman said:
    Just heard 2 fall shows at United Center…..from credible source.
    So if I am understanding you correctly, they are definitely coming to Arizona this year. Awesome!

  • KevinmanKevinman Chicago, IL USA Posts: 1,873
    September 5th and either 6th or 7th?  Unnamed source.
    I am lost, I'm no guide, but I'm by your side

    06.27.98  Alpine Valley
    10.08.00  Alpine Valley
    09.23.02  Chicago
    06.18.03  Chicago | 06.21.03  Alpine Valley
    10.03.04  Grand Rapids
    10.05.05  Chicago
    05.16.06  Chicago | 05.17.06  Chicago | 06.29.06  Milwaukee
    08.02.07  Chicago | 08.05.07  Chicago
    08.23.09  Chicago | 08.24.09  Chicago
    05.07.10  Noblesville | 05.09.10  Cleveland
    09.03.11  Alpine Valley | 09.04.11  Alpine Valley
    07.19.13  Chicago
    10.17.14  Moline
    08.20.16  Chicago
    08.18.18  Chicago
    09.18.22  St. Louis
  • Doug87Doug87 Posts: 442
    Kevinman said:
    September 5th and either 6th or 7th?  Unnamed source.
    Well that would line up awfully damn well with Noblesville for the 10th.
  • baldog27baldog27 Posts: 151
    September 5,6 & 7 is Still Summer.  Credible Calendar
  • PJNBPJNB Posts: 12,287
    baldog27 said:
    September 5,6 & 7 is Still Summer.  Credible Calendar

  • setlist41setlist41 Posts: 356
    Maybe Alpine Valley over labor day weekend a couple days before....hmmm
  • setlist41setlist41 Posts: 356
    Kevinman said:
    Just heard 2 fall shows at United Center…..from credible source.
    Hey man! Thanks for sharing this awesome news!
  • treestrees Columbus OHIO Posts: 1,757
    edited March 30
    Ok this could mean a Detroit, Indianapolis, Columbus Ohio. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, hopefully thanks for the update 


    PJ Cuyahoga Flalls OH 8/26/1998
    PJ Noblesviile IN 8/18/2000
    PJ Cincinnatti OH 8/20/2000
    PJ Columbus OH 8/21/2000
    PJ Columbus OH 6/24/2003
    PJ Hamilton Ontario 9/13/2005
    PJ Phiadelphia PA 10/3/2005
    PJ Cleveland OH 5/20/2006
    PJ Columbia SC 6/16/2008.....
    e.V Chicago IL 8/21/2008
    e.V Philly PA 6/11/2009
    e.V Bailtimore MD 6/14/2009...
    PJ Chicago IL 8/23/2009
    .PJ...Philly PA 10/27/2009 PJ.Philadephia PA 10/28/2009.
    PJ Columbus OH 5/6/2010
    PJ Cleveland OH 5/9/2010.
    BRAD Columbus OH 10/5/2010
    e.V St.Louis MO 7/1/2011
    .PJ.. East Troy WI 9/3/2011..PJ..East Troy WI 9/4/2011
    Neil Young & Crazy Horse Cleveland OH 10/8/2012
    RNDM Chicago IL11/13/2012
    Alice In Chains/SoundGarden Columbus OH 5/19/2013
    AIC Fort Wayne IN 5/21/2013
    PJ Pittsburgh PA 10/11/2013
    AIC Cincinnati OH 5/17/2014
    AIC Cleveland OH 5/19/2014
    AIC Indianapolis IN 8/19/2014
    PJ Cincinnati OH 10/1/2014
    AIC Cincinnati OH 8/06/2015
    RNDM Chicago IL 3/15/2016
    PJ Columbia SC 4\21\2016
    PJ Lexington KY 4/26/2016
    PJ Chicago IL 8/20/2016
    Soundgarden Columbus OH 5/20/2017 Canceled RIP Chris
    AIC Columbus OH 5/18/2018 
    PJ Chicago IL 8/18/2018 PJ Chicago IL 8/20/2018
    PJ St Louis Missouri 9/18/2022
    AIC Cuyohoga falls Oh. 8/16/2019
    SHAWNSMITH Rip 2019Mark Lanegan Band 5/18/19
  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWest Posts: 18,402
    What was the most likely list of never-announced 2020 leg 2 cities? I would start with those when hypothesizing. 
    ___________________________________________

    "...I changed by not changing at all..."
  • demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 84,624
    Kevinman said:
    September 5th and either 6th or 7th?  Unnamed source.

    Excellent!
  • BLACK35BLACK35 Hanover, Ontario Posts: 22,296
    baldog27 said:
    September 5,6 & 7 is Still Summer.  Credible Calendar
    Oohhhh, if it's September 5th...I would have a birthday show 😁 Here is hoping, never been to Chicago 
    2005 - London
    2009 - Toronto
    2010 - Buffalo
    2011 - Toronto 1&2
    2013 - London, Pittsburgh, Buffalo
    2014 - Cincinnati, St. Louis, Detroit
    2016 - Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Ottawa, Toronto 1
    2018 - Fenway 1&2
    2022 - Hamilton, Toronto
    2023 - Chicago 1&2
  • BLACK35BLACK35 Hanover, Ontario Posts: 22,296
    BLACK35 said:
    baldog27 said:
    September 5,6 & 7 is Still Summer.  Credible Calendar
    Oohhhh, if it's September 5th...I would have a birthday show 😁 Here is hoping, never been to Chicago 
    And I'm turning the big 50...yikes!
    2005 - London
    2009 - Toronto
    2010 - Buffalo
    2011 - Toronto 1&2
    2013 - London, Pittsburgh, Buffalo
    2014 - Cincinnati, St. Louis, Detroit
    2016 - Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Ottawa, Toronto 1
    2018 - Fenway 1&2
    2022 - Hamilton, Toronto
    2023 - Chicago 1&2
  • FastrichieFastrichie Sandy Hook, CT Posts: 867
    edited March 31
    My wife told me 2 weeks ago she heard Pearl Jam in Chicago in September. I didn’t really believe her! How could she know before me!!! Maybe she was right hopefully!! 
    Post edited by Fastrichie on
    04/06/94 Springfield, 04/17/94 NYC, 10/02/96 Hartford, 11/14/97 Oakland, 09/08/98 NJ, 09/10/98 MSG, 09/11/98 MSG, 09/13/98 Hartford, 08/24/00 Jones Beach, 08/25/00 Jones Beach 04/30/03 Uniondale, 07/08/03 MSG, 07/09/03 MSG, 09/28/04 Boston, 10/01/05 Borgata, 10/03/05 Philly, 05/13/06 Hartford 05/25/06 Boston, 06/01/06 NJ, 06/03/06 NJ, 08/05/07 Chicago, 06/24/08 MSG, 06/25/08 MSG, 06/27/08 Hartford, 06/30/08 Mansfield, 07/01/08 The Beacon, 08/21/09 Toronto, 10/27/09 Philly, 10/28/09 Philly, 10/30/09 Philly, 10/31/09 Philly, 05/15/2010 Hartford, 05/17/2010 Boston, 05/20/2010 MSG, 05/21/2010 MSG, Montreal 09/07/2011, Philly 09/01/2012, Wrigley 07/19-20,2013, Worcester 10/16/13, Brooklyn 10/18, Brooklyn 10/19/13, Hartford 10/25/13, Ed Sullivan 09/23/2015, Central Park 09/26/2015 Philly 04/29/2016. MSG 05/01/2016, MSG 05/02/2016, Fenway 08/05/2016, Fenway 08/07/2016, Brooklyn 04/07/2017, Seattle 08/08/2018, Seattle 08/10/2018, Chicago 08/20/2018, Fenway 09/02/2018, Fenway 09/04/2018, Asbury Park 09/18/2021, Apollo Theater 09/10/2022, MSG 09/11/2022, Camden 09/14/2022


  • Doug87Doug87 Posts: 442
    My wife told me 2 weeks ago she heard Pearl Jam in Chicago in September. I didn’t really believe her! Maybe she was right hopefully!! 
    There’s been talk about Northerly and the United Center for a little bit now.

    Today was 1st day I saw specific dates for Chicago mentioned.
  • JojoRiceJojoRice Kennesaw, GA Posts: 3,664
    My 40th birthday is September 3. Fingers crossed for a birthday show!
    "I got memories, I got shit"

    ISO 2016 Greenville shirt. Size medium. PM me if you have one for sale/trade.
  • camhendycamhendy Posts: 134
    So if it maps something like Minneapolis --> Chicago --> Noblesville from the beginning of Sept to Sept 10 where do we think it could go from there? It seems like Mansfield is in play so you would think they go east. Detroit/Ohio/Pitt/Baltimore/Philly/NY/Hartford/Boston. It's taking shape a little which is exciting 
    2013: London
    2016: Ottawa
    2018: Wrigley 1 & 2
    2022: Ottawa, Hamilton, Toronto
    2023: Innings Fest (EV)

  • Foriginal SinForiginal Sin Scottsdale, AZ Posts: 1,710
    Go Animal said:
    Spring is here. Looks like there WERE plans for a short Spring run, but those got shelved. Matt has been jamming with 3rd Secret, Ed's staying active, but the thing that really raised my eyebrows was Stone appearing on the new Iggy Pop record. The one produced by Andrew Watt.
    Which leads me to believe we're closer to a new record than we realize. Watt always has 2 or 3 records in the works, and with his wide network of clients, it's almost like the late 80's with Jeff Lynne. "Hey, while we're making this record... you wanna be on THIS record?", "Hey, come play on mine too." etc. etc.
    I know they've demoing for sure since last year. The only thing I don't know, is how far along on the record they are. Watt takes a different approach than Brendan, or PJ themselves.
    I started the thread with the 2016 tour as inspiration, but realized a little while ago, that it's more like 2008 at this point. Demo here, record there, quick run of 11-13 shows, a mix of outdoor venues & arenas. Just add 15 years, a few family members, and Ohana fest

    There's always room for festival dates, or special gigs like Third Man, but I feel this (or something like this) will be what we have in store.
    As always, if this isn't the plan, consider it a pitch :)

    Prospective 2023 Tour V.9 (aka "I Want More Live Shows, F***er/I Ain't Done Yet")

    1. The Twin Cities: 08/25 - 09/02/23 (one, or two nights)
    • Target Center, Minneapolis (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 20,500
    • Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul - capacity: 20,500
    • Minnesota State Fair (The Grandstand) - capacity: 17,000; other acts: Duran Duran, The Chicks & Brandi Carlile
    • Somerset Amphitheater - Somerset, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    Target open dates: 08/27 - 08/31, and 09/02/23
    Xcel open dates: 08/25 - 09/02/23
    State Fair open dates: 09/01 - 09/02/23
    Somerset open dates: 08/25 - 08/28, and 08/30 - 09/02/23

    - The home of movie riffing (I'm watching MST3K as I type this). Somerset's kind of a cheat, but it's Live Nation & New York's football teams are guilty of worse.

    2. Milwaukee: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    • Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 18,000
    • American Family Insurance Ampitheater (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 23,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    Fiserv open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    AFI Amp. open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23

    - Is a return to Yieldwaukee in the works? With Chicago rumored, it's hard to say. But they booked Fresno & Sacramento last year, so anything's possible lol.

    3. Chicago: 09/05 - 09/08/23 (one, or two nights)
    • United Center, Chicago - capacity: 23,500
    • Huntington Bank Pavilion, Northerly Island (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    UC open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Huntington open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23

    - I don't care how often they play Chicago, I love Chicago. Love the food, love the city. Chicago!

    4. Indiana: 09/08 - 09/11/23
    • Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis - capacity: 19,000
    • Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 24,800
    Gainbridge open dates: 09/08 & 09/09, and 09/11/23
    Ruoff open dates: 09/10 & 09/11/23

    - I hear Muncie is as close to Pawnee as it gets in real life. I'd totally take half a day to go find Gerry's vacation home (editor's note: I wrote this draft earlier in the month & the Pumpkins just booked Ruoff on 09/09 ;) ).

    5/5.5?. Lincoln (Help Me Spock, Help Me) aka "Carry On My Wayward Sons": 09/11 - 09/15/23
    • Pinnacle Bank Arena (ASM Global venue), Lincoln, NE - capacity: 14,600
    • Intrust Banka Arena (ASM Global venue), Wichita, KS - capacity: 15,400
    • T-Mobile Center (ASM Global venue), Kansas City, MO - capacity: 19,250
    Pinnacle open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    Intrust open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    T-Mobile open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23

    - Coming up on 9 years, but it's plausible. If not this year, then the next. When you're going coast to coast, why NOT stop on the way? One stop, two stops, or none. Definitely adding an extra day for travel.

    6. Albuquerque, NM: 09/16 - 09/19/23
    • Isleta Ampitheatre (Live Nation venue), Albuquerque, NM - capacity: 15,500
    Isleta open dates: 09/16 - 09/19/23

    - I don't know much about this venue, but NM is due, it's on the way & it's Live Nation. Next stop: Vegas!

    7. Las Vegas: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    • MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 17,000 (2022 venue)
    • Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 18,000
    • T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas , NV - capacity: 20,000
    MGM Grand open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    Thomas & Mack open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    T-Mobile Arena open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23

    - I had floor tix & a sweet hotel set aside last year. So did about 15,000 of us lol. Let's get a do-over before Ohana, yeah?

    8. Ohana Fest: 09/29 - 10/01/23
    • Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, CA
    - It's Ed's festival. Either PJ, or the Earthlings on Sunday?

    :end of 2023 run:

    Thoughts? ;)
    Why skip Phoenix? 5th largest city in U.S. Sell out anytime they are there, Ed has a connection with family. Much rather be in Chandler/Scottsdale than Albuquerque 
    Chicago 6/29/98, Alpine Valley(EV) 6/13/99, Alpine Valley 10/08/00, Chicago 10/09/00, Phoenix 10/20/00, Orlando 4/12/03, Tampa 4/13/03, San Diego 6/05/03, Vegas 6/06/03, Phoenix 6/07/03, Chicago 6/18/03, Alpine Valley 6/21/03, Orlando 10/08/04, D.C. 10/11/04, Chicago 5/16/06, Chicago 5/17/06, LA 7/12/08, Chicago 8/23/09, Chicago 8/24/09, LA 10/07/09, San Diego 10/09/09 (Front Row Center, Finally), Phoenix(EV) 11/4/11, Wrigley 7/19/13, Phoenix 11/19/13, Denver 10/22/14, Wrigley 8/20/16, Wrigley 8/22/16
  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 3,568
    camhendy said:
    So if it maps something like Minneapolis --> Chicago --> Noblesville from the beginning of Sept to Sept 10 where do we think it could go from there? It seems like Mansfield is in play so you would think they go east. Detroit/Ohio/Pitt/Baltimore/Philly/NY/Hartford/Boston. It's taking shape a little which is exciting 
    I don’t exactly know how it makes sense if they are going west to east but I expect a Vegas show based on the dice post a few weeks ago.  
    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; 
  • Go AnimalGo Animal Posts: 3,809
    Go Animal said:
    Spring is here. Looks like there WERE plans for a short Spring run, but those got shelved. Matt has been jamming with 3rd Secret, Ed's staying active, but the thing that really raised my eyebrows was Stone appearing on the new Iggy Pop record. The one produced by Andrew Watt.
    Which leads me to believe we're closer to a new record than we realize. Watt always has 2 or 3 records in the works, and with his wide network of clients, it's almost like the late 80's with Jeff Lynne. "Hey, while we're making this record... you wanna be on THIS record?", "Hey, come play on mine too." etc. etc.
    I know they've demoing for sure since last year. The only thing I don't know, is how far along on the record they are. Watt takes a different approach than Brendan, or PJ themselves.
    I started the thread with the 2016 tour as inspiration, but realized a little while ago, that it's more like 2008 at this point. Demo here, record there, quick run of 11-13 shows, a mix of outdoor venues & arenas. Just add 15 years, a few family members, and Ohana fest

    There's always room for festival dates, or special gigs like Third Man, but I feel this (or something like this) will be what we have in store.
    As always, if this isn't the plan, consider it a pitch :)

    Prospective 2023 Tour V.9 (aka "I Want More Live Shows, F***er/I Ain't Done Yet")

    1. The Twin Cities: 08/25 - 09/02/23 (one, or two nights)
    • Target Center, Minneapolis (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 20,500
    • Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul - capacity: 20,500
    • Minnesota State Fair (The Grandstand) - capacity: 17,000; other acts: Duran Duran, The Chicks & Brandi Carlile
    • Somerset Amphitheater - Somerset, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    Target open dates: 08/27 - 08/31, and 09/02/23
    Xcel open dates: 08/25 - 09/02/23
    State Fair open dates: 09/01 - 09/02/23
    Somerset open dates: 08/25 - 08/28, and 08/30 - 09/02/23

    - The home of movie riffing (I'm watching MST3K as I type this). Somerset's kind of a cheat, but it's Live Nation & New York's football teams are guilty of worse.

    2. Milwaukee: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    • Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 18,000
    • American Family Insurance Ampitheater (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 23,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    Fiserv open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    AFI Amp. open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23

    - Is a return to Yieldwaukee in the works? With Chicago rumored, it's hard to say. But they booked Fresno & Sacramento last year, so anything's possible lol.

    3. Chicago: 09/05 - 09/08/23 (one, or two nights)
    • United Center, Chicago - capacity: 23,500
    • Huntington Bank Pavilion, Northerly Island (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    UC open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Huntington open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23

    - I don't care how often they play Chicago, I love Chicago. Love the food, love the city. Chicago!

    4. Indiana: 09/08 - 09/11/23
    • Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis - capacity: 19,000
    • Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 24,800
    Gainbridge open dates: 09/08 & 09/09, and 09/11/23
    Ruoff open dates: 09/10 & 09/11/23

    - I hear Muncie is as close to Pawnee as it gets in real life. I'd totally take half a day to go find Gerry's vacation home (editor's note: I wrote this draft earlier in the month & the Pumpkins just booked Ruoff on 09/09 ;) ).

    5/5.5?. Lincoln (Help Me Spock, Help Me) aka "Carry On My Wayward Sons": 09/11 - 09/15/23
    • Pinnacle Bank Arena (ASM Global venue), Lincoln, NE - capacity: 14,600
    • Intrust Banka Arena (ASM Global venue), Wichita, KS - capacity: 15,400
    • T-Mobile Center (ASM Global venue), Kansas City, MO - capacity: 19,250
    Pinnacle open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    Intrust open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    T-Mobile open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23

    - Coming up on 9 years, but it's plausible. If not this year, then the next. When you're going coast to coast, why NOT stop on the way? One stop, two stops, or none. Definitely adding an extra day for travel.

    6. Albuquerque, NM: 09/16 - 09/19/23
    • Isleta Ampitheatre (Live Nation venue), Albuquerque, NM - capacity: 15,500
    Isleta open dates: 09/16 - 09/19/23

    - I don't know much about this venue, but NM is due, it's on the way & it's Live Nation. Next stop: Vegas!

    7. Las Vegas: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    • MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 17,000 (2022 venue)
    • Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 18,000
    • T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas , NV - capacity: 20,000
    MGM Grand open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    Thomas & Mack open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    T-Mobile Arena open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23

    - I had floor tix & a sweet hotel set aside last year. So did about 15,000 of us lol. Let's get a do-over before Ohana, yeah?

    8. Ohana Fest: 09/29 - 10/01/23
    • Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, CA
    - It's Ed's festival. Either PJ, or the Earthlings on Sunday?

    :end of 2023 run:

    Thoughts? ;)
    Why skip Phoenix? 5th largest city in U.S. Sell out anytime they are there, Ed has a connection with family. Much rather be in Chandler/Scottsdale than Albuquerque 
    Played there last year. Maybe in 2024?
    PJ - 09/23/98: West Palm Beach II, 08/12/00: Tampa, 04/12/03: Orlando, 04/13/03: Tampa, 06/12/08: Tampa, 06/27/08: Hartford, 09/22/09: Seattle II, 04/11/16: Tampa, 05/01 & 05/02/16: MSG I & II, 09/18/21: Sea Hear Now, 10/01 & 10/02/21: Ohana Encore I & II, 05/06 & 05/07/22: Los Angeles I & II, 09/11/22: MSG, 09/16/22: Nashville, 09/02/23: St. Paul II, 09/07/23: Chicago II, 09/18 & 09/19/23: Austin I & II

    EV - 08/04 & 08/05/08: (Eddie solo, w/Liam Finn) NYC I & II, 11/27 & 11/28/12: (Eddie solo, w/Glen Hansard) Orlando I & II, 02/09 & 02/10/22: (Eddie & the Earthlings) Chicago I & II, 09/30/23: (Eddie & the Earthlings) Ohana Festival

    Song Wishlist: Oceans, Brother, Alone, Let Me Sleep, full W.M.A., Hold On, all of Vitalogy or Satan's Bed, Gremmie Out Of Control, Mankind, Around The Bend (full band), Don't Gimme No Lip, Pilate, Push Me Pull Me, All Those Yesterdays, Rival, Parting Ways (full band), You Are, Bu$hleaguer, Inside Job, low octave Driftin', Strangest Tribe, Other Side, Undone, Of The Earth, Love Reign O'er Me, Comfortably Numb, and the Mamasan Trilogy.

    Wanted Posters: WPB '98, Tampa/WPB '00, Tampa '03, EV Batmobile '08        ISO: any picks, or setlists from any of my shows!

  • Foriginal SinForiginal Sin Scottsdale, AZ Posts: 1,710
    Go Animal said:
    Go Animal said:
    Spring is here. Looks like there WERE plans for a short Spring run, but those got shelved. Matt has been jamming with 3rd Secret, Ed's staying active, but the thing that really raised my eyebrows was Stone appearing on the new Iggy Pop record. The one produced by Andrew Watt.
    Which leads me to believe we're closer to a new record than we realize. Watt always has 2 or 3 records in the works, and with his wide network of clients, it's almost like the late 80's with Jeff Lynne. "Hey, while we're making this record... you wanna be on THIS record?", "Hey, come play on mine too." etc. etc.
    I know they've demoing for sure since last year. The only thing I don't know, is how far along on the record they are. Watt takes a different approach than Brendan, or PJ themselves.
    I started the thread with the 2016 tour as inspiration, but realized a little while ago, that it's more like 2008 at this point. Demo here, record there, quick run of 11-13 shows, a mix of outdoor venues & arenas. Just add 15 years, a few family members, and Ohana fest

    There's always room for festival dates, or special gigs like Third Man, but I feel this (or something like this) will be what we have in store.
    As always, if this isn't the plan, consider it a pitch :)

    Prospective 2023 Tour V.9 (aka "I Want More Live Shows, F***er/I Ain't Done Yet")

    1. The Twin Cities: 08/25 - 09/02/23 (one, or two nights)
    • Target Center, Minneapolis (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 20,500
    • Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul - capacity: 20,500
    • Minnesota State Fair (The Grandstand) - capacity: 17,000; other acts: Duran Duran, The Chicks & Brandi Carlile
    • Somerset Amphitheater - Somerset, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    Target open dates: 08/27 - 08/31, and 09/02/23
    Xcel open dates: 08/25 - 09/02/23
    State Fair open dates: 09/01 - 09/02/23
    Somerset open dates: 08/25 - 08/28, and 08/30 - 09/02/23

    - The home of movie riffing (I'm watching MST3K as I type this). Somerset's kind of a cheat, but it's Live Nation & New York's football teams are guilty of worse.

    2. Milwaukee: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    • Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 18,000
    • American Family Insurance Ampitheater (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 23,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    Fiserv open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    AFI Amp. open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23

    - Is a return to Yieldwaukee in the works? With Chicago rumored, it's hard to say. But they booked Fresno & Sacramento last year, so anything's possible lol.

    3. Chicago: 09/05 - 09/08/23 (one, or two nights)
    • United Center, Chicago - capacity: 23,500
    • Huntington Bank Pavilion, Northerly Island (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    UC open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Huntington open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23

    - I don't care how often they play Chicago, I love Chicago. Love the food, love the city. Chicago!

    4. Indiana: 09/08 - 09/11/23
    • Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis - capacity: 19,000
    • Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 24,800
    Gainbridge open dates: 09/08 & 09/09, and 09/11/23
    Ruoff open dates: 09/10 & 09/11/23

    - I hear Muncie is as close to Pawnee as it gets in real life. I'd totally take half a day to go find Gerry's vacation home (editor's note: I wrote this draft earlier in the month & the Pumpkins just booked Ruoff on 09/09 ;) ).

    5/5.5?. Lincoln (Help Me Spock, Help Me) aka "Carry On My Wayward Sons": 09/11 - 09/15/23
    • Pinnacle Bank Arena (ASM Global venue), Lincoln, NE - capacity: 14,600
    • Intrust Banka Arena (ASM Global venue), Wichita, KS - capacity: 15,400
    • T-Mobile Center (ASM Global venue), Kansas City, MO - capacity: 19,250
    Pinnacle open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    Intrust open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    T-Mobile open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23

    - Coming up on 9 years, but it's plausible. If not this year, then the next. When you're going coast to coast, why NOT stop on the way? One stop, two stops, or none. Definitely adding an extra day for travel.

    6. Albuquerque, NM: 09/16 - 09/19/23
    • Isleta Ampitheatre (Live Nation venue), Albuquerque, NM - capacity: 15,500
    Isleta open dates: 09/16 - 09/19/23

    - I don't know much about this venue, but NM is due, it's on the way & it's Live Nation. Next stop: Vegas!

    7. Las Vegas: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    • MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 17,000 (2022 venue)
    • Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 18,000
    • T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas , NV - capacity: 20,000
    MGM Grand open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    Thomas & Mack open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    T-Mobile Arena open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23

    - I had floor tix & a sweet hotel set aside last year. So did about 15,000 of us lol. Let's get a do-over before Ohana, yeah?

    8. Ohana Fest: 09/29 - 10/01/23
    • Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, CA
    - It's Ed's festival. Either PJ, or the Earthlings on Sunday?

    :end of 2023 run:

    Thoughts? ;)
    Why skip Phoenix? 5th largest city in U.S. Sell out anytime they are there, Ed has a connection with family. Much rather be in Chandler/Scottsdale than Albuquerque 
    Played there last year. Maybe in 2024?
    By that rational they wouldn’t be heading anywhere near California 
    Chicago 6/29/98, Alpine Valley(EV) 6/13/99, Alpine Valley 10/08/00, Chicago 10/09/00, Phoenix 10/20/00, Orlando 4/12/03, Tampa 4/13/03, San Diego 6/05/03, Vegas 6/06/03, Phoenix 6/07/03, Chicago 6/18/03, Alpine Valley 6/21/03, Orlando 10/08/04, D.C. 10/11/04, Chicago 5/16/06, Chicago 5/17/06, LA 7/12/08, Chicago 8/23/09, Chicago 8/24/09, LA 10/07/09, San Diego 10/09/09 (Front Row Center, Finally), Phoenix(EV) 11/4/11, Wrigley 7/19/13, Phoenix 11/19/13, Denver 10/22/14, Wrigley 8/20/16, Wrigley 8/22/16
  • Go AnimalGo Animal Posts: 3,809
    Go Animal said:
    Go Animal said:
    Spring is here. Looks like there WERE plans for a short Spring run, but those got shelved. Matt has been jamming with 3rd Secret, Ed's staying active, but the thing that really raised my eyebrows was Stone appearing on the new Iggy Pop record. The one produced by Andrew Watt.
    Which leads me to believe we're closer to a new record than we realize. Watt always has 2 or 3 records in the works, and with his wide network of clients, it's almost like the late 80's with Jeff Lynne. "Hey, while we're making this record... you wanna be on THIS record?", "Hey, come play on mine too." etc. etc.
    I know they've demoing for sure since last year. The only thing I don't know, is how far along on the record they are. Watt takes a different approach than Brendan, or PJ themselves.
    I started the thread with the 2016 tour as inspiration, but realized a little while ago, that it's more like 2008 at this point. Demo here, record there, quick run of 11-13 shows, a mix of outdoor venues & arenas. Just add 15 years, a few family members, and Ohana fest

    There's always room for festival dates, or special gigs like Third Man, but I feel this (or something like this) will be what we have in store.
    As always, if this isn't the plan, consider it a pitch :)

    Prospective 2023 Tour V.9 (aka "I Want More Live Shows, F***er/I Ain't Done Yet")

    1. The Twin Cities: 08/25 - 09/02/23 (one, or two nights)
    • Target Center, Minneapolis (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 20,500
    • Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul - capacity: 20,500
    • Minnesota State Fair (The Grandstand) - capacity: 17,000; other acts: Duran Duran, The Chicks & Brandi Carlile
    • Somerset Amphitheater - Somerset, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    Target open dates: 08/27 - 08/31, and 09/02/23
    Xcel open dates: 08/25 - 09/02/23
    State Fair open dates: 09/01 - 09/02/23
    Somerset open dates: 08/25 - 08/28, and 08/30 - 09/02/23

    - The home of movie riffing (I'm watching MST3K as I type this). Somerset's kind of a cheat, but it's Live Nation & New York's football teams are guilty of worse.

    2. Milwaukee: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    • Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 18,000
    • American Family Insurance Ampitheater (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 23,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    Fiserv open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    AFI Amp. open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23

    - Is a return to Yieldwaukee in the works? With Chicago rumored, it's hard to say. But they booked Fresno & Sacramento last year, so anything's possible lol.

    3. Chicago: 09/05 - 09/08/23 (one, or two nights)
    • United Center, Chicago - capacity: 23,500
    • Huntington Bank Pavilion, Northerly Island (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    UC open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Huntington open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23

    - I don't care how often they play Chicago, I love Chicago. Love the food, love the city. Chicago!

    4. Indiana: 09/08 - 09/11/23
    • Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis - capacity: 19,000
    • Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 24,800
    Gainbridge open dates: 09/08 & 09/09, and 09/11/23
    Ruoff open dates: 09/10 & 09/11/23

    - I hear Muncie is as close to Pawnee as it gets in real life. I'd totally take half a day to go find Gerry's vacation home (editor's note: I wrote this draft earlier in the month & the Pumpkins just booked Ruoff on 09/09 ;) ).

    5/5.5?. Lincoln (Help Me Spock, Help Me) aka "Carry On My Wayward Sons": 09/11 - 09/15/23
    • Pinnacle Bank Arena (ASM Global venue), Lincoln, NE - capacity: 14,600
    • Intrust Banka Arena (ASM Global venue), Wichita, KS - capacity: 15,400
    • T-Mobile Center (ASM Global venue), Kansas City, MO - capacity: 19,250
    Pinnacle open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    Intrust open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    T-Mobile open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23

    - Coming up on 9 years, but it's plausible. If not this year, then the next. When you're going coast to coast, why NOT stop on the way? One stop, two stops, or none. Definitely adding an extra day for travel.

    6. Albuquerque, NM: 09/16 - 09/19/23
    • Isleta Ampitheatre (Live Nation venue), Albuquerque, NM - capacity: 15,500
    Isleta open dates: 09/16 - 09/19/23

    - I don't know much about this venue, but NM is due, it's on the way & it's Live Nation. Next stop: Vegas!

    7. Las Vegas: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    • MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 17,000 (2022 venue)
    • Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 18,000
    • T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas , NV - capacity: 20,000
    MGM Grand open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    Thomas & Mack open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    T-Mobile Arena open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23

    - I had floor tix & a sweet hotel set aside last year. So did about 15,000 of us lol. Let's get a do-over before Ohana, yeah?

    8. Ohana Fest: 09/29 - 10/01/23
    • Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, CA
    - It's Ed's festival. Either PJ, or the Earthlings on Sunday?

    :end of 2023 run:

    Thoughts? ;)
    Why skip Phoenix? 5th largest city in U.S. Sell out anytime they are there, Ed has a connection with family. Much rather be in Chandler/Scottsdale than Albuquerque 
    Played there last year. Maybe in 2024?
    By that rational they wouldn’t be heading anywhere near California 
    I figure as much (with the exception of Ohana).
    PJ - 09/23/98: West Palm Beach II, 08/12/00: Tampa, 04/12/03: Orlando, 04/13/03: Tampa, 06/12/08: Tampa, 06/27/08: Hartford, 09/22/09: Seattle II, 04/11/16: Tampa, 05/01 & 05/02/16: MSG I & II, 09/18/21: Sea Hear Now, 10/01 & 10/02/21: Ohana Encore I & II, 05/06 & 05/07/22: Los Angeles I & II, 09/11/22: MSG, 09/16/22: Nashville, 09/02/23: St. Paul II, 09/07/23: Chicago II, 09/18 & 09/19/23: Austin I & II

    EV - 08/04 & 08/05/08: (Eddie solo, w/Liam Finn) NYC I & II, 11/27 & 11/28/12: (Eddie solo, w/Glen Hansard) Orlando I & II, 02/09 & 02/10/22: (Eddie & the Earthlings) Chicago I & II, 09/30/23: (Eddie & the Earthlings) Ohana Festival

    Song Wishlist: Oceans, Brother, Alone, Let Me Sleep, full W.M.A., Hold On, all of Vitalogy or Satan's Bed, Gremmie Out Of Control, Mankind, Around The Bend (full band), Don't Gimme No Lip, Pilate, Push Me Pull Me, All Those Yesterdays, Rival, Parting Ways (full band), You Are, Bu$hleaguer, Inside Job, low octave Driftin', Strangest Tribe, Other Side, Undone, Of The Earth, Love Reign O'er Me, Comfortably Numb, and the Mamasan Trilogy.

    Wanted Posters: WPB '98, Tampa/WPB '00, Tampa '03, EV Batmobile '08        ISO: any picks, or setlists from any of my shows!

  • Go AnimalGo Animal Posts: 3,809
    Go Animal said:
    Spring is here. Looks like there WERE plans for a short Spring run, but those got shelved. Matt has been jamming with 3rd Secret, Ed's staying active, but the thing that really raised my eyebrows was Stone appearing on the new Iggy Pop record. The one produced by Andrew Watt.
    Which leads me to believe we're closer to a new record than we realize. Watt always has 2 or 3 records in the works, and with his wide network of clients, it's almost like the late 80's with Jeff Lynne. "Hey, while we're making this record... you wanna be on THIS record?", "Hey, come play on mine too." etc. etc.
    I know they've demoing for sure since last year. The only thing I don't know, is how far along on the record they are. Watt takes a different approach than Brendan, or PJ themselves.
    I started the thread with the 2016 tour as inspiration, but realized a little while ago, that it's more like 2008 at this point. Demo here, record there, quick run of 11-13 shows, a mix of outdoor venues & arenas. Just add 15 years, a few family members, and Ohana fest

    There's always room for festival dates, or special gigs like Third Man, but I feel this (or something like this) will be what we have in store.
    As always, if this isn't the plan, consider it a pitch :)

    Prospective 2023 Tour V.9 (aka "I Want More Live Shows, F***er/I Ain't Done Yet")

    1. The Twin Cities: 08/25 - 09/02/23 (one, or two nights)
    • Target Center, Minneapolis (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 20,500
    • Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul - capacity: 20,500
    • Minnesota State Fair (The Grandstand) - capacity: 17,000; other acts: Duran Duran, The Chicks & Brandi Carlile
    • Somerset Amphitheater - Somerset, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    Target open dates: 08/27 - 08/31, and 09/02/23
    Xcel open dates: 08/25 - 09/02/23
    State Fair open dates: 09/01 - 09/02/23
    Somerset open dates: 08/25 - 08/28, and 08/30 - 09/02/23

    - The home of movie riffing (I'm watching MST3K as I type this). Somerset's kind of a cheat, but it's Live Nation & New York's football teams are guilty of worse.

    2. Milwaukee: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    • Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI (ASM Global venue) - capacity: 18,000
    • American Family Insurance Ampitheater (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 23,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    Fiserv open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    AFI Amp. open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/03 - 09/05/23

    - Is a return to Yieldwaukee in the works? With Chicago rumored, it's hard to say. But they booked Fresno & Sacramento last year, so anything's possible lol.

    3. Chicago: 09/05 - 09/08/23 (one, or two nights)
    • United Center, Chicago - capacity: 23,500
    • Huntington Bank Pavilion, Northerly Island (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 30,000
    • Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 37,000
    UC open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Huntington open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23
    Alpine Valley open dates: 09/05 - 09/08/23

    - I don't care how often they play Chicago, I love Chicago. Love the food, love the city. Chicago!

    4. Indiana: 09/08 - 09/11/23
    • Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis - capacity: 19,000
    • Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville (Live Nation venue) - capacity: 24,800
    Gainbridge open dates: 09/08 & 09/09, and 09/11/23
    Ruoff open dates: 09/10 & 09/11/23

    - I hear Muncie is as close to Pawnee as it gets in real life. I'd totally take half a day to go find Gerry's vacation home (editor's note: I wrote this draft earlier in the month & the Pumpkins just booked Ruoff on 09/09 ;) ).

    5/5.5?. Lincoln (Help Me Spock, Help Me) aka "Carry On My Wayward Sons": 09/11 - 09/15/23
    • Pinnacle Bank Arena (ASM Global venue), Lincoln, NE - capacity: 14,600
    • Intrust Banka Arena (ASM Global venue), Wichita, KS - capacity: 15,400
    • T-Mobile Center (ASM Global venue), Kansas City, MO - capacity: 19,250
    Pinnacle open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    Intrust open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23
    T-Mobile open dates: 09/11 - 09/15/23

    - Coming up on 9 years, but it's plausible. If not this year, then the next. When you're going coast to coast, why NOT stop on the way? One stop, two stops, or none. Definitely adding an extra day for travel.

    6. Albuquerque, NM: 09/16 - 09/19/23
    • Isleta Ampitheatre (Live Nation venue), Albuquerque, NM - capacity: 15,500
    Isleta open dates: 09/16 - 09/19/23

    - I don't know much about this venue, but NM is due, it's on the way & it's Live Nation. Next stop: Vegas!

    7. Las Vegas: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    • MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 17,000 (2022 venue)
    • Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV - capacity: 18,000
    • T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas , NV - capacity: 20,000
    MGM Grand open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    Thomas & Mack open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23
    T-Mobile Arena open dates: 09/19 - 09/24/23

    - I had floor tix & a sweet hotel set aside last year. So did about 15,000 of us lol. Let's get a do-over before Ohana, yeah?

    8. Ohana Fest: 09/29 - 10/01/23
    • Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, CA
    - It's Ed's festival. Either PJ, or the Earthlings on Sunday?

    :end of 2023 run:

    Thoughts? ;)
    If they're trolling us, I'm gonna feel a little attacked😅


    PJ - 09/23/98: West Palm Beach II, 08/12/00: Tampa, 04/12/03: Orlando, 04/13/03: Tampa, 06/12/08: Tampa, 06/27/08: Hartford, 09/22/09: Seattle II, 04/11/16: Tampa, 05/01 & 05/02/16: MSG I & II, 09/18/21: Sea Hear Now, 10/01 & 10/02/21: Ohana Encore I & II, 05/06 & 05/07/22: Los Angeles I & II, 09/11/22: MSG, 09/16/22: Nashville, 09/02/23: St. Paul II, 09/07/23: Chicago II, 09/18 & 09/19/23: Austin I & II

    EV - 08/04 & 08/05/08: (Eddie solo, w/Liam Finn) NYC I & II, 11/27 & 11/28/12: (Eddie solo, w/Glen Hansard) Orlando I & II, 02/09 & 02/10/22: (Eddie & the Earthlings) Chicago I & II, 09/30/23: (Eddie & the Earthlings) Ohana Festival

    Song Wishlist: Oceans, Brother, Alone, Let Me Sleep, full W.M.A., Hold On, all of Vitalogy or Satan's Bed, Gremmie Out Of Control, Mankind, Around The Bend (full band), Don't Gimme No Lip, Pilate, Push Me Pull Me, All Those Yesterdays, Rival, Parting Ways (full band), You Are, Bu$hleaguer, Inside Job, low octave Driftin', Strangest Tribe, Other Side, Undone, Of The Earth, Love Reign O'er Me, Comfortably Numb, and the Mamasan Trilogy.

    Wanted Posters: WPB '98, Tampa/WPB '00, Tampa '03, EV Batmobile '08        ISO: any picks, or setlists from any of my shows!

  • ComeToTXComeToTX Austin Posts: 7,397
    Dallas featured as well as austin. 
    This show, another show, a show here and a show there.
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