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Pearl Jam and their Chicago fans were most likely feeling the irony (as well as a little static electricity) on Friday night, as the band’s concert at Wrigley Field was delayed for over two hours due to rain and, you guessed it, lightning bolts!
According to a report in the Chicago Tribune, the group played seven songs and then had to put the show on pause beginning around 9pm, during which time crowd members took cover.
But Pearl Jam did not leave their fans disappointed. Eddie Vedder and the guys returned to the stage after 11pm to rock a 32-song set, which included some never-before-heard material from their upcoming LP, Lighting Bolt. The concert wrapped at 2am; three hours past Wrigley’s usual curfew.
As a special surprise, Mr. Cub himself, Hall of Famer Ernie Banks also joined the band onstage to help perform Vedder’s anthem to the Cubs, “All the Way.”
Pearl Jam’s Wrigley show will be the band’s last until the fall, when they’ll kick off a series of North American tour dates in support of Lightning Bolt, set to drop on October 15. More concert info can be found at Pearl Jam’s official website.
Check out the band’s entire set list and a review of the concert at ChicagoTribune.com. Also, be sure to take a listen to two of the band's brand new songs, "Lightning Bolt" and "Future Days" below, and tell us what you think in the comments section!
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