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Pearl Jam to open tour in Pittsburgh Oct. 11

| Monday, July 8, 2013, 2:06 p.m.

Pearl Jam will kick-off its North American tour of 24 shows in Pittsburgh on Oct. 11 and will wrap in New Orleans with the band's previously announced headlining performance at Voodoo Music + Arts Experience during the weekend of Nov. 1. The second leg of the tour begins in Dallas on Nov. 15 and closes in the band's hometown of Seattle on Dec. 6.

Tickets for Pearl Jam's North American tour go on sale at 10 a.m. July 27. Tickets for Voodoo Music + Arts Experience are available now at www.thevoodooexperience.com. A ticket pre-sale for current Pearl Jam Ten Club members is underway. Details: www.pearljam.com.

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