Pearl Jam is returning to Europe in 2020

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  • Cal.PJ.CCal.PJ.C Posts: 168
    Cant believe they still haven't announced anything, which leads me to believe they're working on postponing rather than cancelling 
  • rahjiimrahjiim Posts: 38
    Well, I did a quick search for some big European festivals (Wacken, Roskilde, Rock am Ring), and none was cancelled (yet). So why should they do it now?
  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 862
    Once it is clear it cannot proceed, there is no reason to delay the announcement.
  • Cal.PJ.CCal.PJ.C Posts: 168
    kst said:
    Once it is clear it cannot proceed, there is no reason to delay the announcement.
    How much clearer does it need to be? There is no chance this tour happens
  • whitepantswhitepants Posts: 641
    edited March 31
    They are probably figuring out the rescheduled dates first before announcing the Euro tour has been postponed. 
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  • marcPJfanmarcPJfan Austin, TXPosts: 629
    They are probably figuring out the rescheduled dates first before announcing the Euro tour has been postponed. 
    Like they did for the US tour.
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  • bootlegger10bootlegger10 Posts: 13,194
    marcPJfan said:
    They are probably figuring out the rescheduled dates first before announcing the Euro tour has been postponed. 
    Like they did for the US tour.
    There is more time to do this for Europe.  There was no time to reschedule the US tour.  
  • aurelgugusaurelgugus France & LuxembourgPosts: 402
    Soccer championship are supposed to resume early June, there is a small chance ... on the other hand, if the situation is really bad in the US in April maybe US citizens will not be allowed to travel in Europe...
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  • JPPJ84JPPJ84 Hamburg, Germany Posts: 2,649
    Soccer championship are supposed to resume early June, there is a small chance ... on the other hand, if the situation is really bad in the US in April maybe US citizens will not be allowed to travel in Europe...
    Without spectators in most countries though, so that doesn’t help :(
  • ddeschlerddeschler Posts: 204
    Wimbledon canceled.  It was scheduled during the same time as the Hyde Park show.  Not looking good.
    I've seen quite a few Pearl Jam shows.
  • JABKJABK FinlandPosts: 136
    I'm starting to hope they might add a couple of shows to the summer 2021. Finland?
  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 862
    Soccer championship are supposed to resume early June, there is a small chance ... on the other hand, if the situation is really bad in the US in April maybe US citizens will not be allowed to travel in Europe...
    So you’re saying there’s a chance?
  • no codeno code Posts: 87
    A french radio dj, said Pearl Jam and Billie Eilish were both postponing the Euro tours to 2020. Now nothing is official until the PJ press release. But this guy (Zegut) is very well informed most of the time. It would be a serious bummer, but I’d rather have a safe concert in a year from now, than a concert full of fearfull concert goers 
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  • Cal.PJ.CCal.PJ.C Posts: 168
    Soccer championship are supposed to resume early June, there is a small chance ... on the other hand, if the situation is really bad in the US in April maybe US citizens will not be allowed to travel in Europe...
    Behind closed doors....not sure what it's like where you guys are but in europe we've pretty much accepted we're in lockdown for the next few months. This tour is not happening
  • no codeno code Posts: 87
    To 2021 off course
    No matter how cold the winter, there's a springtime ahead...
  • Raulcf77Raulcf77 Posts: 9
    no code said:
    To 2021 off course
    Unfortunately, it makes sense
  • Peasant TentsPeasant Tents UKPosts: 685
    nando1979 said:
    Hyde Park officially sold out
    There will at least be a re-schedule hopefully... 
  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 862
    Pinkpop is saying they will announce a decision by mid May or sooner.  Obviously that’s not a PJ show but that could be indicative of when we will hear about PJ.  Not that there’s really any suspense.
  • JPPJ84JPPJ84 Hamburg, Germany Posts: 2,649
    Rock am Ring and Rock im Park, the two biggest festivals in Germany that are supposed to be early June announced today that planning is on schedule and they expect to go ahead. Frankly, I think they're daydreaming.
  • Cal.PJ.CCal.PJ.C Posts: 168
    JPPJ84 said:
    Rock am Ring and Rock im Park, the two biggest festivals in Germany that are supposed to be early June announced today that planning is on schedule and they expect to go ahead. Frankly, I think they're daydreaming.
    Would love to know what they're basing that on
  • JPPJ84JPPJ84 Hamburg, Germany Posts: 2,649
    Cal.PJ.C said:
    JPPJ84 said:
    Rock am Ring and Rock im Park, the two biggest festivals in Germany that are supposed to be early June announced today that planning is on schedule and they expect to go ahead. Frankly, I think they're daydreaming.
    Would love to know what they're basing that on
    Well they’re saying that the health officials have the last say. Maybe it’s an insurance thing? 
  • matt84matt84 Posts: 91
    JPPJ84 said:
    Rock am Ring and Rock i m Park, the two biggest festivals in Germany that are supposed to be early June announced today that planning is on schedule and they expect to go ahead. Frankly, I think they're daydreaming.
    Yeah, they ain’t happening.
  • Cal.PJ.CCal.PJ.C Posts: 168
    JPPJ84 said:
    Cal.PJ.C said:
    JPPJ84 said:
    Rock am Ring and Rock im Park, the two biggest festivals in Germany that are supposed to be early June announced today that planning is on schedule and they expect to go ahead. Frankly, I think they're daydreaming.
    Would love to know what they're basing that on
    Well they’re saying that the health officials have the last say. Maybe it’s an insurance thing? 
    Yeah that makes sense, same as most businesses didn't close until they were forced to
  • craigraethercraigraether Posts: 307
    In some cases, the tour insurance doesn't kick in until there is a order to close down, the major events that have world wide travelers, sports are treated differently ..
  • neddie vedderneddie vedder 93 million miles from the sunPosts: 118
    I love Germany as I’ve got relatives there, plus we (were) are going to Frankfurt and Berlin for the tour openers but they’re living in cloud cuckoo land if they think it will be safe for big festivals to take place so early, not a chance of this tour going ahead, just waiting on the official announcement nowadays   :s
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  • EdsonNascimentoEdsonNascimento Posts: 5,323
    It really is curious they haven’t announced a postponement on this yet.  There’s zero chance large gatherings like this will be allowed in 2 months.

    The Olympics were postponed.   Thought PJ was ahead of this.  Guess not.  Trumps not involved so Ed doesn’t care.  Or is he busy crafting some other bizarre message figuring out how he can slam him for the infection in Europe?  Lol. 

    Or, maybe, they don’t want to pay the out clause in their festival contracts.  This is like playing chicken with the airlines hoping to get a refund (good luck) instead of an e-credit. 
    Sorry. The world doesn't work the way you tell it to.
  • JPPJ84JPPJ84 Hamburg, Germany Posts: 2,649
    edited April 3
    Some people always find something to complain about... when they postponed NA, some people cried hysteria. Now they're waiting some people cry injustice. Damned if they do, damned if they don't. BTW, they didn't slam Trump for the virus, they criticized a lack of guidance and communication. What does it matter if they're waiting another couple of weeks? Either you'll get refunds or you don't, that won't change by waiting a bit. And is it really so incomprehensible that they don't want to sit on huge costs and therefore wait for the authorities to shut the festivals down? It's not like the festivals themselves are doing it voluntarily. That doesn't mean anybody wants to endanger anyone.
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  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 23,658
    It really is curious they haven’t announced a postponement on this yet.  There’s zero chance large gatherings like this will be allowed in 2 months.

    The Olympics were postponed.   Thought PJ was ahead of this.  Guess not.  Trumps not involved so Ed doesn’t care.  Or is he busy crafting some other bizarre message figuring out how he can slam him for the infection in Europe?  Lol. 

    Or, maybe, they don’t want to pay the out clause in their festival contracts.  This is like playing chicken with the airlines hoping to get a refund (good luck) instead of an e-credit. 
    Your laughable!
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  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 862
    They postponed NA with 9 days notice.  There are still 81 days before Frankfurt.  Obviously it’s not going to happen but they have plenty of time to say so.  If there is some advantage to them to wait for governments to state the obvious before they do I don’t blame them at all for waiting.  It’s not like any of us are going to do anything differently.
  • EdsonNascimentoEdsonNascimento Posts: 5,323
    kst said:
    They postponed NA with 9 days notice.  There are still 81 days before Frankfurt.  Obviously it’s not going to happen but they have plenty of time to say so.  If there is some advantage to them to wait for governments to state the obvious before they do I don’t blame them at all for waiting.  It’s not like any of us are going to do anything differently.
    Well anyone short on cash that can get refunds sooner for cancelled shows might disagree with you.

    And I’m not complaining.  I don’t care when or even if they do it.
    Sorry. The world doesn't work the way you tell it to.
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