The gig was slated for Sunday evening at the Ruoff Music Center
Pearl Jam have postponed their concert tonight (Sunday, September 10) in Indiana. The gig was scheduled at the Ruoff Music Center and has been postponed due to illness. The band is planning to reschedule the show for a later date.
“The band is deeply sorry, and thinking about all those who travel to shows, as well as the great crowd in Indy,” Pearl Jam said in a statement. “It’s obviously serious, and we wish there was another way around it. Again we apologize, and thanks so much for your understanding. It’s not easy.”
Tickets will be honored for a future, rescheduled date. Ticket holders who cannot make the new show will be eligible for a refund. The band’s upcoming Texas concerts in Ft. Worth (September 13 and September 15) and Austin (September 18 and September 19) are currently scheduled as planned.
Pearl Jam kicked off their brief U.S. run on August 31, playing shows in St. Paul, Minnesota and Chicago, Illinois.
Next month, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder has announced two exclusive solo shows. The performances will take place on October 23 and October 24 at Benaroya Hall in Seattle. In addition to his performance at Ohana Festival on September 30, the Seattle shows are Vedder’s only scheduled solo performances for the foreseeable future.
Pearl Jam released their eleventh studio album Gigaton in March of 2020. It was the group’s first all-new studio outing in seven years. The critically-acclaimed album hit No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200 and No. 1 on Billboard’s Rock and Alternative album charts. The band finally got out on the road to support the album last year.