Seattle museum launching Pearl Jam exhibit in August
Written by Classic Rock 93.9 on May 8, 2018
To celebrate Pearl Jam‘s upcoming shows in their home city, taking place August 8 and 10 in Safeco Field, Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture is opening a special exhibit dedicated to the band.
The exhibit, which opens on August 11, will showcase 28 years of Pearl Jam memorabilia, including instruments, props, artwork, props, notebooks, lyrics and set lists. You’ll also be able a take a photo with the towering letters on the cover of PJ’s seminal 1991 debut album, Ten.
For more info, visit MoPOP.org.
In addition to the museum, a Seattle hotel also is getting in on the Pearl Jam fever. At the Edgewater Hotel, you can stay in the Pearl Jam Suite, which features “authentic concert memorabilia lining the walls” and “industrial grunge-inspired décor.”
The room also includes a guitar and amp, in case Eddie Vedder wants to come over and jam, as well as a record player and all of Pearl Jam’s albums on vinyl.
Pearl Jam’s Seattle shows are the opening dates on their upcoming U.S. stadium tour, which will also be making stops in Chicago, Boston and Missoula, Montana.
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