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Stereophonics And Cat Power Among New Additions To Pearl Jam's BST Hyde Park Shows

Thursday, 24 February 2022 Written by Laura Johnson

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More support acts have been announced for Pearl Jam's BST Hyde Park shows.

On July 8 they'll be joined by the previously confirmed Pixes and the newly confirmed Cat Power, White Reaper, The Murder Capital, The Glorious Sons, Simon Townshend, La Luz, Sick Joy, and Dream Nails

Stereophonics, Imelda May, The Last Internationale, La Luz, JJ Wilde, and The Wild Things will play on July 9. More acts are still to be announced. Tickets are on sale now.

Pearl Jam are hitting the road in support of their latest album, ’Gigaton’, which came out in March 2020, marking their first full-length studio offering since 2013’s ’Lightning Bolt’.

Frontman Eddie Vedder, meanwhile, released his new solo album, 'Earthling', on February 11. 

Also set to perform as part of the BST Hyde Park series are Adele, Eagles, Elton John, and Duran Duran. Tickets for those shows are also on sale.

BST Hyde Park Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri June 24 2022 - LONDON Hyde Park (Elton John)
Sun June 26 2022 - LONDON Hyde Park (Eagles)
Fri July 01 2022 - LONDON Hyde Park (Adele)
Sat July 02 2022 - LONDON Hyde Park (Adele)
Fri July 08 2022 - LONDON Hyde Park (Pearl Jam)
Sat July 09 2022 - LONDON Hyde Park (Pearl Jam)

Sun July 10 2022 - LONDON Hyde Park (Duran Duran)

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