3Arena, Dublin: Wednesday, July 3rd 2019.
Doors Open - 18:30
Glen Hansard - 19:30
EDDIE VEDDER - 21:00
*Times are subject to change
EDDIE VEDDER ANNOUNCES 2019 EUROPEAN TOUR
Special Guest Glen Hansard on Select Tour Dates
SEATTLE -- Eddie Vedder will perform a series of European concert dates in June and July. Vedder’s tour kicks off on June 9th in Amsterdam and wraps up on July 6th in London supporting The Who. These concert dates include Vedder’s previously announced headlining slots at Firenze Rocks Festival and Collisioni Festival (full routing below).
Special guest Glen Hansard will support Vedder for all shows noted below.
EDDIE VEDDER 2019 EUROPEAN TOUR DATES:
DATE CITY, COUNTRY VENUE
June 9 Amsterdam, The Netherlands AFAS Live
June 10 Amsterdam, The Netherlands AFAS Live
June 12 Belgium, Brussels Forest National
June 15 Florence, Italy* Firenze Rocks Festival
June 17 Barolo, Italy* Collisioni Festival
June 20 Lisbon, Portugal** Altice Arena
June 22 Madrid, Spain** Wizink Center
June 25 Barcelona, Spain** Palau St. Jordi
June 28 Berlin, Germany Max-Schmelling-Halle
June 30 Dusseldorf, Germany** Mitsubishi Electric Halle
July 3 Dublin, Ireland** 3 Arena
July 6 London, England* Wembley Stadium (supporting The Who)
*Previously announced and already on sale
** With special guest Glen Hansard
About Eddie Vedder
Eddie Vedder has served as Pearl Jam’s frontman since 1990. His debut solo release was the 2007 soundtrack album for the film Into the Wild for which Vedder won a Golden Globe for the song “Guaranteed.” In 2012, Vedder’s sophomore solo album, Ukulele Songs, received a Grammy nomination for Best Folk Album. Vedder was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Pearl Jam on April 7, 2017.
About Glen Hansard
Those who have followed Glen Hansard’s career since his Academy Award winning turn in the film Once will have witnessed one artistic arc: the journey of a Dublin busker who cut his teeth on the greats - Dylan, Van Morrison, Leonard Cohen – and followed the path of the troubadour to great effect. But there is another thread running through Hansard’s musicianship; in his decades as lead singer of Irish stalwarts The Frames, rock and folk ambitions coexisted with moments of strangeness, intimacy, and stillness. New album This Wild Willing, his fourth full-length album and a collection of songs that follows this second path, where he marries the sonic inventiveness of the best of his work in The Frames with the discipline he’s found as a songwriter and lyricist in his solo career.