Pearl Jam Surprise Fans With Full Album Performance For The Third Time This Year

Throughout Pearl Jam’s spring tour, the veteran rockers have twice performed full albums straight through: On 4/16 in Greenville, South Carolina, they treated fans to all of 1993’s Vs., and on 4/29 in Philadelphia (pictured above), they ran through 1992 debut Ten. And as Rolling Stone points out, Eddie Vedder and company did it again last night in Toronto.

This time 2000’s Binaural was the album of choice, a more obscure option compared to the hit-packed Ten and Vs. The band began their Air Canada Centre set with “Go,” “Do The Evolution,” and “Lightning Bolt” before launching into the whole of Binaural’s 13-song tracklist. The main set wrapped up with “Corduroy,” “Once,” and “Rearviewmirror,” and the two encores were dotted with even more hits plus covers of John Lennon’s “Imagine,” Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” and the Who’s “The Real Me.” Plus they closed with Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World” featuring Donna Grantis from Prince’s band 3rdeyegirl. Check out video and the full setlist below.

01 “Go”
02 “Do the Evolution”
03 “Mind Your Manners”
Binaural begins
04 “Breakerfall”
05 “Gods’ Dice”
06 “Evacuation”
07 “Light Years”
08 “Nothing As It Seems”
09 “Thin Air”
10 “Insignificance”
11 “Of The Girl”
12 “Grievance”
13 “Rival”
14 “Sleight Of Hand”
15 “Soon Forget”
16 “Parting Ways”
Binaural ends
17 “Corduroy”
18 “Once”
19 “Rearviewmirror”
20 “Imagine” (John Lennon cover)
21 “Let Me Sleep”
22 “Comfortably Numb” (Pink Floyd cover)
23 “Even Flow”
24 “Down”
25 “Better Man”
26 “Porch”
Encore 2
27 “Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town”
28 “Given To Fly”
29 “State Of Love And Trust”
30 “Black”
31 “The Real Me” (The Who cover)
32 “Alive”
33 “Rockin’ In The Free World (Neil Young cover) (w/ Donna Grantis)