Pearl Jam 1993 European and North American Tour
|Tour by Pearl Jam|
|Start date||June 26, 1993|
|End date||September 6, 1993|
|No. of shows||15 in Europe
11 in North America
26 in total
|Pearl Jam concert chronology|
Pearl Jam embarked on this tour after completing the recording sessions for its second album, Vs. The Europe leg included a few shows in which the band opened for U2 on the band's Zoo TV Tour, while both legs included several shows in which the band opened for Neil Young on his Harvest Moon tour. Guitarist Mike McCready said that when the band opened for U2 in Europe the crowds hated Pearl Jam. The short tour of North America focused on Canada and the West Coast of the United States. When the band opened for Neil Young, Young often brought the band out for encores to perform "Rockin' in the Free World". Bassist Jeff Ament said that playing with Neil Young was "the most inspiring thing that we've ever been involved in."
|June 16, 1993||Missoula||United States||University Theatre,
University of Montana
|June 17, 1993||Spokane||The Met||Lazy Susan|
|June 26, 1993||Oslo||Norway||Sentrum Scene|
|June 27, 1993||Isle of Calf Festival (Kalvoya)||Neil Young|
|June 28, 1993||Stockholm||Sweden||Sjöhistoriska Museet||Red Fun|
|June 30, 1993||Helsinki||Finland||Jäähalli|
|July 2, 1993||Verona||Italy||Stadio Bentegodi||U2|
|July 3, 1993|
|July 6, 1993||Rome||Stadio Flaminio|
|July 7, 1993|
|July 10, 1993||Slane||Ireland||Slane Concert||Van Morrison,
|July 11, 1993||London||England||Finsbury Park||James,
4 Non Blondes
|July 13, 1993||Brixton Academy||Tribe after Tribe|
|July 14, 1993|
|July 16, 1993||Rotterdam||Netherlands||Sportspaleis Ahoy|
|July 17, 1993|
|July 18, 1993||Amsterdam||Netherlands||Paradiso|
|North America Leg|
|August 11, 1993||Calgary||Canada||Max Bell Arena||Cadillac Tramps|
|August 12, 1993||Edmonton||Convention Center|
|August 14, 1993||Gimli||Gimli Motorsport Park|
|August 17, 1993||Hull||Robert Guertin Arena||Doughboys|
|August 18, 1993||Toronto||Canadian National Exhibition Stadium||Blues Traveler, Soundgarden||Neil Young|
|August 19, 1993||Montreal||Verdun Auditorium||Doughboys|
|September 2, 1993||Los Angeles||United States||The Viper Room||The Darling Buds|
|September 4, 1993||Vancouver||Canada||BC Place Stadium||Neil Young|
|Seattle||United States||Rendezvous Club|
|September 5, 1993||George||The Gorge Amphitheatre||Blind Melon||Neil Young|
|September 6, 1993||Portland||Portland Meadows|
- Jeff Ament – bass guitar
- Stone Gossard – rhythm guitar
- Mike McCready – lead guitar
- Eddie Vedder – lead vocals, guitar
- Dave Abbruzzese – drums
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