Grunge godfathers Pearl Jam returned this year with their excellent 10th studio album Lightning Bolt – their first long player in four years.
Since releasing the album the band have been touring heavily in the US, but 2014 will see them take Lightning Bolt global – first with a tour of Australia and New Zealand before hitting European shores in June.
The European leg of Pearl Jam’s international tour includes two gigs in the UK – at Leeds’ new First Direct Arena on 8 July before a huge show at Milton Keynes Bowl on 11 July.
Tickets for both UK dates go on sale tomorrow (Friday 20 December) at 9am, and as UK-based fans will only get the two chances to see Pearl Jam in 2014 – demand for tickets is probably going to be high!
To avoid disappoint, here’s a quick guide to getting tickets.
First of all, click this link to buy tickets from Ticketmaster – make sure you have that link open and ready at 08:55am tomorrow!
Tickets for the Leeds gig are priced at £61.75 and there is a limit of 6 tickets per person. For the Milton Keynes Bowl date tickets start at £72.75, and are also subject to a 6 ticket limit.
If you don’t have any luck with Ticketmaster, you’re next best bet is LiveNation.
Tickets will also be on sale from Viagogo.