This year’s lack of live music events is a huge bummer, but thanks to virtual concerts, fans are experiencing shows from their favorite artists that they otherwise would’ve never seen. The average quality of livestreamed concerts is vastly improving on a month-by-month basis as well, and now they can offer a better look at performances than you’d see in person at a live event.
Pearl Jam is set to celebrate its 30th anniversary of its first live performance with a special ticketed livestream event on Nugs.TV. The stream will show the full, 3-hour performance of the band’s April 29, 2016 show in Philadelphia where they performed their debut album Ten in its entirety, along with 21 other fan favorites, singles, and deep cuts. This never-before-seen full-color HD footage has been newly mixed in stereo and 5.1 digital surround sound.