Pearl Jam will soon release the documentary concert film Let’s Play Two that chronicles the band’s two-night stand at Wrigley Field and the Chicago Cubs’ World Series Championship season in 2016. Pearl Jam will return to the stage to headline three South American installments of Lollapalooza in 2018, and the band has shared a clip from the Danny Clinch-directed documentary.
Republic Records will issue the Let’s Play Two soundtrack on Friday, September 29. The home video edition will be issued on November 17. Select participating markets will present theatrical screenings of Let’s Play Two from September 29 through October 3. Chicago’s Metro in the Wrigleyville neighborhood will host special Ten Club Members-only screenings of the film tonight and tomorrow night as well. Watch “Corduroy” from Let’s Play Two below:
Organizers of the 2018 installments of Lollapalooza Chile, Lollapalooza Argentina and Lollapalooza Brasil confirmed Pearl Jam among the headliners of the trio of South American music festivals. Also headlining the three fests will be Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Lana Del Rey and LCD Soundsystem. Lollapalooza Chile and Lollapalooza Argentina will be held March 16 – 18, 2018 while Lollapalooza Brasil is slated for March 23 – 25. Additionally confirmed acts include Chance The Rapper, Wiz Khalifa, DJ Snake, KYGO, Liam Gallagher, The National and many more.
View the lineups in the graphics below:
A series of six co-headlining shows featuring Gov’t Mule and The Avett Brothers along with opener The Magpie Salute have been confirmed.
Listen to Widespread Panic dust off a Beatles cover for the first time in over 12 years as part of their first of three shows at The Theater At MGM National Harbor.
Eric Krasno, Bill Nershi, Nicki Bluhm and more will perform at this year’s Music & Art Immersion in Barcelona, Spain.
Grateful Dead tribute act Dark Star Orchestra has a busy summer touring season in store.
The lineup for this July’s Northwest String Summit has been expanded with additional acts and special collaborations.
Music legend David Byrne has added 10 dates to the tail end of his American Utopia Tour, visited the ‘Daily Show’ and shared a video of his single made by students in Detroit.