Pearl Jam: Let’s Play Two

Pearl Jam: <i>Let’s Play Two</i>

Photo courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse Houston


Tue., Oct. 3, 7 p.m. 2017
While his band emanates from the Seattle grunge scene, Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder is actually an Illinois native. As such, he is also a diehard Chicago Cubs supporter, one of many long-suffering fans who were rewarded when the team finally broke its World Series drought last year. As a way to pay homage to Vedder’s hometown, Pearl Jam chronicled its 2016 performance at Wrigley Field with a concert film, the aptly titled Let’s Play Two. “Pearl Jam has left its undeniable mark on the music world and pop culture — anytime they give audiences something new, whether it’s a film, an album or a tour, there’s excitement,” said Robert Saucedo, programming director for the Drafthouse.

7 p.m. Tuesday. Alamo Drafthouse Mason Park, 531 South Mason, Katy. For information, call 281-492-6900 or visit $10.


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