Pearl Jam to play intimate New York show

Beacon Theatre performance is for charity

Pearl Jam have announced they will play a special show for charity in New York City in July.

The band will perform at the Beacon Theatre on July 1, one day after their US tour comes to a close in Mansfield, MA.

The show will benefit the Robin Hood organisation, a charity which is working to alleviate poverty in New York City.

In order to purchase tickets, fans must make a $100 donation to the organisation and will then have access to the tickets, which cost upwards of $250. Individuals can purchase up to six tickets.

Pearl Jam’s tour kicks off June 11 in West Palm, FL. Kings Of Leon will open on the first leg of the tour, June 11-17, with Ted Leo And The Pharmacists supporting June 19-30.

The tour dates are:

West Palm, FL Cruzan Amphitheatre (June 11)

Tampa, FL St. Pete Forum (12)

Manchester, TN Bonnaroo(12-15)

Columbia, SC Colonial Ctr.Mar-24 (16)

Virginia Beach, VA Verizon Amp.(17)

Camden, NJ Susquehanna(19)

Washington, DC Verizon Center (22)

New York City, NY Madison Square Garden (24, 25)

Hartford, CT Dodge Amphitheatre (27)

Mansfield, MA Tweeter Center (30)

–By our New York staff.

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