Pearl Jam’s Australian tour rumours strengthen with VAILO Adelaide 500 on the cards


Seattle-based rock icons Pearl Jam have sparked a frenzy among Australian fans with a recent social media post hinting at a potential Down Under tour in 2024. The band, renowned for their epic live performances, last thrilled Aussie audiences during the final Big Day Out festival in 2014.

On December 20, Pearl Jam ignited speculation with an Instagram post featuring a throwback video of their 1998 ‘Do The Evolution’ performance at Melbourne Park.

The caption, filled with Australian references and a hint at ticket presales, has set tongues wagging: ‘Are you koala-fied for our ticket presales? Not a current member? Hop to it, mate! #TenDaysOfPJ’.

This post has strengthened the rumours that Pearl Jam might be planning a return to Australian shores. Enthusiastic fans on Pearl Jam’s subreddit have been busy piecing together potential tour dates and locations. The speculated itinerary includes Australian and New Zealand shows, rumored to kick off from November 8 to 10 in Auckland, before moving to Gold Coast, Sydney, and Melbourne between November 13 to 23.

Those “in the know” say that, whilst it’s not confirmed, that they are correct .

Adding fuel to the fire, it’s rumored that Pearl Jam could be the headline act for the Vailo Adelaide 500 motorsport race concert series. The event, scheduled for November 14-17, 2024, is known for its star-studded lineups, having previously hosted Robbie Williams and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

If the rumors are true, Pearl Jam could be performing in Adelaide on either November 14 or 15, with Friday being the more likely date for a headline act.

Furthermore, the opening of a Pearl Jam waitlist by Ticketmaster is seen as another sign that these rumours could be materialising into reality.

While official confirmation is yet to come, these three strong indicators – the band’s intriguing Instagram post, the rumored tour dates, and the ticketing waitlist – have given fans strong hope that Pearl Jam will indeed grace Australian stages in 2024.

For now, Aussie fans are eagerly waiting for an official announcement, ready to relive the glory days of one of rock’s most legendary bands.








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