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

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    Go AnimalGo Animal Posts: 4,199
    (I know the Cleveland ballpark is a longshot, but the team did the right thing in changing the name, and the band is an ardent supporter of indigenous people. That, and I could see the venue owners offering a hell of a downside to land a band like PJ to drum up business.)
    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, 05/16 & 05/18/24: Las Vegas I & II. Michael Jordan's #!

    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 (thank you, Vegas!), Bu$hleaguer, Inside Job (Vegas!), 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!
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    Weston1283Weston1283 Fredericksburg, VA Posts: 4,642
    I wonder if Cleveland hasn’t been hit because they don’t use Ticketmaster 

    If I remember correctly, the Fieldhouse tends to use whatever ticketing service Dan Gilbert is invested in at the moment as opposed to Ticketmaster, so Fan club and Fan to Fan seats might not be an option there
    2010: Cleveland
    2012: Atlanta
    2013: London ONT / Wrigley Field / Pittsburgh / Buffalo / San Diego / Los Angeles I / Los Angeles II
    2014: Cincinnati / St. Louis / Tulsa / Lincoln / Detroit / Denver
    2015: New York City
    2016: Ft. Lauderdale / Miami / Jacksonville / Greenville / Hampton / Columbia / Lexington / Philly II / New York City II / Toronto II / Bonnaroo / Telluride / Fenway I / Wrigley I / Wrigley - II / TOTD - Philadelphia, San Francisco
    2017: Ohana Fest (EV)
    2018: Amsterdam I / Amsterdam II / Seattle I / Seattle II / Boston I / Boston II
    2021: Asbury Park / Ohana Encore 1 / Ohana Encore 2
    2022: Phoenix / LA I / LA II / Quebec City / Ottawa / New York City / Camden / Nashville / St. Louis / Denver
    2023: St. Paul II
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    Go AnimalGo Animal Posts: 4,199
    I wonder if Cleveland hasn’t been hit because they don’t use Ticketmaster 

    If I remember correctly, the Fieldhouse tends to use whatever ticketing service Dan Gilbert is invested in at the moment as opposed to Ticketmaster, so Fan club and Fan to Fan seats might not be an option there
    OH. Good point! Maybe Cincinnati then?
    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, 05/16 & 05/18/24: Las Vegas I & II. Michael Jordan's #!

    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 (thank you, Vegas!), Bu$hleaguer, Inside Job (Vegas!), 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!
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    Go Animal said:
    I wonder if Cleveland hasn’t been hit because they don’t use Ticketmaster 

    If I remember correctly, the Fieldhouse tends to use whatever ticketing service Dan Gilbert is invested in at the moment as opposed to Ticketmaster, so Fan club and Fan to Fan seats might not be an option there
    OH. Good point! Maybe Cincinnati then?
    Columbus 
    PJ: 2013: London (ON); Buffalo; 2014: Cincinnati; 2016: Sunrise, Miami, Toronto 1-2, Wrigley 2; 2018: London (UK) 1, Milan, Padova, Sea 2, Wrigley 1-2, Fenway 1-2; 2021: SHN, Ohana, Ohana Encore 1-2; 2022: LA 1-2, Phx, Oak 1-2, Fresno, Copenhagen, Hyde Park 1-2; Quebec, Ottawa, Hamilton, Toronto; MSG, Camden, Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, OKC; 2023: St. Paul 1-2, Chicago 1-2; Fort Worth 2; Austin 1-2
     
    EV Solo: 2017 Louisville and Franklin, 2018 Ohana, 2019 Innings Fest, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Dublin and Ohana; 2021 Ohana Friday (from beach) and Saturday; 2022 Earthlings Newark; 2023 Innings Fest and Benoraya 1-2.

    Gutted:  London 2 2018, Sacramento 2022, Noblesville 2023
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    JeBurkhardtJeBurkhardt Posts: 4,551
    Go Animal said:
    I wonder if Cleveland hasn’t been hit because they don’t use Ticketmaster 

    If I remember correctly, the Fieldhouse tends to use whatever ticketing service Dan Gilbert is invested in at the moment as opposed to Ticketmaster, so Fan club and Fan to Fan seats might not be an option there
    OH. Good point! Maybe Cincinnati then?
    I like the way you think. 
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    CopperTomCopperTom Posts: 2,990
    It's unlikely Hartford and Fenway would ever be on the same tour. 
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    CopperTomCopperTom Posts: 2,990
    I wonder if Cleveland hasn’t been hit because they don’t use Ticketmaster 

    If I remember correctly, the Fieldhouse tends to use whatever ticketing service Dan Gilbert is invested in at the moment as opposed to Ticketmaster, so Fan club and Fan to Fan seats might not be an option there
    None of the ballparks use Ticketmaster anymore. (Unless they do for concerts)  I'm second guessing myself as I type.  Heh.
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    demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 88,244
    CopperTom said:
    It's unlikely Hartford and Fenway would ever be on the same tour. 

    They NEED to fix that. Though if they do a New England tour I would LOVE to see Pearl Jam @ the Garden in Boston.
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    Weston1283Weston1283 Fredericksburg, VA Posts: 4,642
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    CopperTom said:
    It's unlikely Hartford and Fenway would ever be on the same tour. 
    I think its possible.  Both are high selling markets.  In 2013, they played 2x nights in f'in Worcester AND Hartford, which are 1 hour even from each other if you're going the speed limit.
    2010: Cleveland
    2012: Atlanta
    2013: London ONT / Wrigley Field / Pittsburgh / Buffalo / San Diego / Los Angeles I / Los Angeles II
    2014: Cincinnati / St. Louis / Tulsa / Lincoln / Detroit / Denver
    2015: New York City
    2016: Ft. Lauderdale / Miami / Jacksonville / Greenville / Hampton / Columbia / Lexington / Philly II / New York City II / Toronto II / Bonnaroo / Telluride / Fenway I / Wrigley I / Wrigley - II / TOTD - Philadelphia, San Francisco
    2017: Ohana Fest (EV)
    2018: Amsterdam I / Amsterdam II / Seattle I / Seattle II / Boston I / Boston II
    2021: Asbury Park / Ohana Encore 1 / Ohana Encore 2
    2022: Phoenix / LA I / LA II / Quebec City / Ottawa / New York City / Camden / Nashville / St. Louis / Denver
    2023: St. Paul II
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    Get_RightGet_Right Posts: 12,480
    CopperTom said:
    It's unlikely Hartford and Fenway would ever be on the same tour. 
    I think its possible.  Both are high selling markets.  In 2013, they played 2x nights in f'in Worcester AND Hartford, which are 1 hour even from each other if you're going the speed limit.
     Anything is possible, but smart business says no shows within 300 miles when they play a big place. That is the Lollapalooza rule I believe.
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    demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 88,244
    demetrios said:
    New England & Atlantic Canada tour dates please for 2023. 

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    Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.New Jersey. Can seat 15,000, and has the world's largest pipe organ The Poseidon for BOOM to play Crazy Mary on. 

    Constructed between May 1929 and December 1932, the Main Auditorium Organ is the "Poseidon" Midmer-Losh pipe organ, the world's-largest, as listed in The Guinness Book of World Records. The instrument has approximately 33,000 pipes and requires approximately 600 horsepower (450 kW) of blowers to operate. 

    The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones have all played there as well. Time for.Pearl Jam to join the list. 
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    Just had the new booster so good to go to more shows any time.  Let’s GO! 
    PJ: 2013: London (ON); Buffalo; 2014: Cincinnati; 2016: Sunrise, Miami, Toronto 1-2, Wrigley 2; 2018: London (UK) 1, Milan, Padova, Sea 2, Wrigley 1-2, Fenway 1-2; 2021: SHN, Ohana, Ohana Encore 1-2; 2022: LA 1-2, Phx, Oak 1-2, Fresno, Copenhagen, Hyde Park 1-2; Quebec, Ottawa, Hamilton, Toronto; MSG, Camden, Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, OKC; 2023: St. Paul 1-2, Chicago 1-2; Fort Worth 2; Austin 1-2
     
    EV Solo: 2017 Louisville and Franklin, 2018 Ohana, 2019 Innings Fest, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Dublin and Ohana; 2021 Ohana Friday (from beach) and Saturday; 2022 Earthlings Newark; 2023 Innings Fest and Benoraya 1-2.

    Gutted:  London 2 2018, Sacramento 2022, Noblesville 2023
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    demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 88,244
    Just had the new booster so good to go to more shows any time.  Let’s GO! 

    New booster? How many boosters are there? I received the first two shots, then the first booster release. 
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    Lost In OhioLost In Ohio Posts: 6,774
    edited October 2022
    demetrios said:
    Just had the new booster so good to go to more shows any time.  Let’s GO! 

    New booster? How many boosters are there? I received the first two shots, then the first booster release. 

    In the USA, I'm at "minimal recommended" and have had my two primary and one booster. I'm scheduled for my Omicron booster in a few weeks.

    Other people have had more if they're higher risk. Some people have basically cheated the system and *said* they're higher risk and the people who give the vaccines don't really check.

    I guess it's quite possible for someone to have had 7-8 shots by now if they're high risk.
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    CopperTom said:
    I wonder if Cleveland hasn’t been hit because they don’t use Ticketmaster 

    If I remember correctly, the Fieldhouse tends to use whatever ticketing service Dan Gilbert is invested in at the moment as opposed to Ticketmaster, so Fan club and Fan to Fan seats might not be an option there
    None of the ballparks use Ticketmaster anymore. (Unless they do for concerts)  I'm second guessing myself as I type.  Heh.
    T-Mobile in Seattle definitely uses Ticketmaster.
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    tino_11tino_11 Posts: 1,989
    A question for those in the US, why do bands choose to play in baseball stadiums, rather than football stadiums? Baseball stadiums seem to have the worst set up imaginable for shows. 
    2010: London
    2012: Manchester I, Manchester II, Manchester (EV) 
    2014: Milan, Leeds, Milton Keynes 
    2017: London II (EV) 
    2018: Amsterdam I, London I, Prague, London II 
    2019: London (EV)
    2022: London I, London II, Budapest, Krakow, Amsterdam
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    The new booster is reformulated to target Omicron.  There are a few variations actually.  Some target original Omicron while others target more current Omicron.  It just takes a little research to decide which one to get. 
    PJ: 2013: London (ON); Buffalo; 2014: Cincinnati; 2016: Sunrise, Miami, Toronto 1-2, Wrigley 2; 2018: London (UK) 1, Milan, Padova, Sea 2, Wrigley 1-2, Fenway 1-2; 2021: SHN, Ohana, Ohana Encore 1-2; 2022: LA 1-2, Phx, Oak 1-2, Fresno, Copenhagen, Hyde Park 1-2; Quebec, Ottawa, Hamilton, Toronto; MSG, Camden, Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, OKC; 2023: St. Paul 1-2, Chicago 1-2; Fort Worth 2; Austin 1-2
     
    EV Solo: 2017 Louisville and Franklin, 2018 Ohana, 2019 Innings Fest, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Dublin and Ohana; 2021 Ohana Friday (from beach) and Saturday; 2022 Earthlings Newark; 2023 Innings Fest and Benoraya 1-2.

    Gutted:  London 2 2018, Sacramento 2022, Noblesville 2023
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    JojoRiceJojoRice Kennesaw, GA Posts: 4,068
    CopperTom said:
    I wonder if Cleveland hasn’t been hit because they don’t use Ticketmaster 

    If I remember correctly, the Fieldhouse tends to use whatever ticketing service Dan Gilbert is invested in at the moment as opposed to Ticketmaster, so Fan club and Fan to Fan seats might not be an option there
    None of the ballparks use Ticketmaster anymore. (Unless they do for concerts)  I'm second guessing myself as I type.  Heh.
    Truist Park (Braves stadium) uses Ticketmaster for all events.  Braves games and concerts. 
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    Father HubbardFather Hubbard Chicago Posts: 1,563
    Thinking they'll be on the South American Lolla lineups announced this week?
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    Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 6,184
    tino_11 said:
    A question for those in the US, why do bands choose to play in baseball stadiums, rather than football stadiums? Baseball stadiums seem to have the worst set up imaginable for shows. 

    Not only are baseball stadiums the absolute worst- putting a band into an expansive outfield a mile from the seats for most-  PJ loves to play the oldest stadiums, full of beams and poles that obstruct views and ruin sound. All because the man in charge has a romantic feel for the old stadiums.

    To do a real stadium tour takes double the equipment and double the crew to account for a four day set up. To do a fair stadium tour, bands usually do an impressive light show and huge screens, which is fair to the majority of fans sitting a mile away, giving them something to look at. I never understood the allure of stadiums for bands that can pack 20k into an arena. Rammstein drew about 40k to their east coast stadium shows, but they did that because their stadium show was designed for the international dates, and it looked impressive. 
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    demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 88,244
    Thinking they'll be on the South American Lolla lineups announced this week?

    Probably.


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    tino_11 said:
    A question for those in the US, why do bands choose to play in baseball stadiums, rather than football stadiums? Baseball stadiums seem to have the worst set up imaginable for shows. 
    A lot of bands can fill 40K baseball stadiums, but not 70K+ football stadiums.
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    Father HubbardFather Hubbard Chicago Posts: 1,563
    Thinking they'll be on the South American Lolla lineups announced this week?
    Nevermind.
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    Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom's Posts: 18,044
    tino_11 said:
    A question for those in the US, why do bands choose to play in baseball stadiums, rather than football stadiums? Baseball stadiums seem to have the worst set up imaginable for shows. 

    Not only are baseball stadiums the absolute worst- putting a band into an expansive outfield a mile from the seats for most-  PJ loves to play the oldest stadiums, full of beams and poles that obstruct views and ruin sound. All because the man in charge has a romantic feel for the old stadiums.

    To do a real stadium tour takes double the equipment and double the crew to account for a four day set up. To do a fair stadium tour, bands usually do an impressive light show and huge screens, which is fair to the majority of fans sitting a mile away, giving them something to look at. I never understood the allure of stadiums for bands that can pack 20k into an arena. Rammstein drew about 40k to their east coast stadium shows, but they did that because their stadium show was designed for the international dates, and it looked impressive. 
    agreed....I hate the baseball stadium shows. The venues suck unless you are in GA and that even sucks. Fenway was god awful. Horrible site lines and impossible to get a fucking beer.

    But I'll still buy the fucking tickets.
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    1998: Noblesville; 2003: Noblesville; 2009: EV Nashville, Chicago, Chicago
    2010: St Louis, Columbus, Noblesville; 2011: EV Chicago, East Troy, East Troy
    2013: London ON, Chicago; 2014: Cincy, St Louis, Moline (NO CODE)
    2016: Lexington, Wrigley #1; 2018: Wrigley, Wrigley, Boston, Boston
    2020: Oakland, Oakland:  2021: EV Ohana, Ohana, Ohana, Ohana
    2022: Oakland, Oakland, Nashville, Louisville; 2023: Chicago, Chicago, Noblesville
    2024: Noblesville, Wrigley, Wrigley, Ohana, Ohana
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    IndifferenceIndifference Posts: 2,649
    edited October 2022
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    SHOW COUNT: (149) 1990's=3, 2000's=53, 2010/20's=89, US=109, CAN=15, Europe=19 ,New Zealand=2, Australia=2
    Mexico=1, Colombia=1 

    Upcoming:  Sacramento, Vegas x2, Manchester, London, Chicago x2, NYC x2, Fenway x2, Ohana x2  Aucklandx2, Gold Coast, Melbournex2


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    PJNBPJNB Posts: 12,974
    Interesting 

    I would of put money down on that happening for sure next year. 
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    PJNBPJNB Posts: 12,974
    So no Lolla. I doubt they make the trip down there this spring without doing those so maybe SA is out for early 2023. They said in the newsletter they are looking to tour soon or something along those lines so maybe Australia is still an option or maybe we finally get a proper east coast tour. 
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    drfoxdrfox Posts: 1,113
    I thought they would play in South America too. Wondering whether as the band gets older they will mainly focus on their most popular markets of the US, Canada, U.K., Netherlands, Germany etc. We’ve already seen them sort of give up with places like Australia/NZ as they are less commercially attractive and not worth the hassle. Guaranteed to sell out shows in these core countries even if they bump up the prices significantly. 
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    Not that it benefits me but I’ve been predicting Aus/NZ.  I know it’s getting close to make an announcement but if they’re planning February that’s still 4 months away.  That’s more than enough time.  
    PJ: 2013: London (ON); Buffalo; 2014: Cincinnati; 2016: Sunrise, Miami, Toronto 1-2, Wrigley 2; 2018: London (UK) 1, Milan, Padova, Sea 2, Wrigley 1-2, Fenway 1-2; 2021: SHN, Ohana, Ohana Encore 1-2; 2022: LA 1-2, Phx, Oak 1-2, Fresno, Copenhagen, Hyde Park 1-2; Quebec, Ottawa, Hamilton, Toronto; MSG, Camden, Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis, OKC; 2023: St. Paul 1-2, Chicago 1-2; Fort Worth 2; Austin 1-2
     
    EV Solo: 2017 Louisville and Franklin, 2018 Ohana, 2019 Innings Fest, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Dublin and Ohana; 2021 Ohana Friday (from beach) and Saturday; 2022 Earthlings Newark; 2023 Innings Fest and Benoraya 1-2.

    Gutted:  London 2 2018, Sacramento 2022, Noblesville 2023
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