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Eddie's coming home

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Following up on the promise that he'd promote last year's solo album "Music for the Motion Picture Into the Wild" with a handful of shows, Evanston native and moonlighting Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder will wrap up the second leg of his first solo tour with two shows at the Auditorium Theatre on Aug. 21-22.

Tickets go on sale Friday, July 11, at 11 a.m. at the Auditorium box office and through Ticketmaster at $75 each, with a limited number of upper gallery seats at $60. There will also be a special limited ticket pre-sale for active members of Pearl Jam's Ten Club; details at

Liam Finn will open both shows, which start at 7:30 p.m.

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You know, for a man who is part of a band who have fought for years to keep ticket prices low, those prices are pretty high. I saw Pearl Jam twice at the United Center two years ago, and tickets were about $60 tops. It's kind of boggling to see that 1/5 of the band I paid to see last time costs more.

Yeah, I know it's a rare tour or whatever, but still, I think it should be less than seeing Pearl Jam as a whole.

If you don't like the price Eric don't go

I'm looking forward to see the guys live here in Calgary!

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