May 6, 2024 – Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC, CAN

Show at a Glance

  • Number of Songs: 24
  • Show Length: 2:20


Main Set: Long Road, Nothingman, Immortality, In Hiding, Scared Of Fear, React, Respond, Wreckage, Dark Matter, Wishlist, Even Flow, Quick Escape, Upper Hand, Got To Give, Running, Jeremy, Better Man/(Save It For Later)

Encore 1: Keep Me In Your Heart, Why Go, Do The Evolution, Alone, Alive, Baba O'Riley, Smile, Setting Sun

Pearl Jam Show Notes 5/6/2024:

Night 2 in Vancouver kicks off with another 4-song set of 90’s material, Ed commenting during Nothingman “…good singin’,” and the house lights are up for the ending. Immortality is an early surprise, with an extended jam at the end and Jeff, Mike, Stone, and Ed all gathered around Matt. The silhouettes are up on the screen for the 4th song again, another Yield one tonight, In Hiding. After a uptempo Scared of Fear, Ed says “…like that one? That’s Mr. Stone Gossard.” Before Wreckage, he talks about all the one-word song titles on Ten, mentioning a few, and says the next one follows that tradition. Following Dark Matter, Ed says Mike “makes it look easy, even when it’s not” and hears someone make a comment about Mike, causing him to utter “fuck you” teasingly, pointing out a crowd member with a “sexy hat and glasses…don’t fuck with my man Mike McCready…” He talks about a 14-year-old girl named Hannah, who has “a bit of a medical thing,” but the doctors were able to move her surgery to next week so she could attend the show. After Wishlist, Ed says they’re “switching the list for a second” and Down is cut and Even Flow is moved up. Mike puts on a clinic again during Even Flow, and continues with a soaring solo on Quick Escape, which still has plenty of post-Gigaton energy. Got to Give makes its debut, with a fiery visual behind it. Ed explains afterwards that the Red Mosquito flub from night 1 was his fault, even though he tried to blame it on Jeff, and adds “accountability feels so good…feel free to boo me as well,” and there’s a smattering of boos, and he encourages more, and by the third time there’s a decent boo from the crowd. An extreme closeup of Jeff’s hands is shown during the end of Jeremy, and Ed points out a young boy named Ryan who’s been rocking out on his dad’s shoulders all night, teasing that the pot smell is coming from his direction. Ed gets on the overhead projector again during the break:

So…last week in Seattle

We hung out with Stanley


May it arrive here NEXT



1st PJ show ever OCT 91 in Seattle

1st PJ show in Vancouver Jan 11 91!

As he’s writing the Vancouver date, he realizes his mistake and erases the 1 in OCT 91 and changes it to a zero for 1990, then continues:

3 mos old!

1st show Town Pump

1st show w/Neil Young

here in ’92?

our favorite B.C. show

Commodore Ballroom 2000

Here, he goes back and puts an up arrow in between “our” and “favorite” and adds “new” and finishes it off with:

Rogers Arena 2024

Coming out on stage again solo, Ed talks about loss, and mentions that on April 21st, Jerome Rothenburg had passed away, calling him a poet, and that he had been married for 74 years, and that he had known Jerome’s son Matthew when he was young. Keep Me in Your Heart is dedicated to their family. Do the Evolution has more of the original video tonight, none of the extra footage that was in the previous performance. Ed does add in the “admire Stone” line, though. Afterwards, he says that they “played this one at the Town Pump…and then we didn’t play it for a long time,” leading into Alone! Alive follows, the first time those two songs have been played consecutively since 2/28/92 (the first time was, of course, at the Off Ramp in 1990)! Setting Sun closes out the show again, with a very cool eye-based visualizer. 10 of 11 Dark Matter songs played over the two nights, but we’re still waiting for Waiting For Stevie.


John Farrar

Content Editor & LO4L Host

I was obsessed with Pearl Jam in the early 90's, and then became a collector of their live bootlegs in the 2000's. I’ve seen them 12 times in 8 different states. I’m continuously blown away by their ability to create transcendent moments in concert. I owe them for my love of vinyl, live music, and so much more. I’m happy to have the podcast and this website as an outlet for that obsession.

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  1. Likely not a favorite for the song-chasers out there (minus that Alone bustout), but I’m glad they took a moment to let the new album tracks sink in — while also digging a couple inches deeper on the catalogue material. No offense to my British Columbian friends, but from a distance I got the feeling that Vancouver’s rowdiness was wearing down the band a little bit, and that may have caused them to pull their punches slightly. On to the next stop!

  2. Long Road…Nothing Man…Immortality…In Hiding to start the show. It was like they wrote the set list for me! The best start to any concert I’ve ever seen. Glad I flew in from Toronto. Eddie sounds fantastic and Mike stole the show with his many solos. My beloved PJ has matured like the fine wine Ed drinks!! Thanks for 30 plus years of continued excellence, love and brotherhood. Jack Black said it best. We rock, we rock, today

  3. Great show !!!! BUT so upset about no” Given to fly and Yellow Ledbetter! Even Sirens!”
    Oh well, great show!!!!!!