Pearl Jam has announced a three-night trek to New York City to promote their new album Clam.
The band will kick off the tour on October 31st with a concert at the iconic Lincoln Center, followed by a two-night stop at the Brooklyn Bowl.
The band’s album, Clam, has already sold more than 3 million copies in the U.S. and Canada, making it the most successful album of 2017, according to Nielsen Music.
It also sold over 1.5 million copies internationally in 2017, including Canada.
Clam is Pearl Jam’s seventh studio album.
The album was recorded in 2016 and released in June 2018.
The tour will begin on Thursday, October 31, with a performance at the Lincoln Center.
The show will include performances from Pearl Jam, Pearl Jam drummer Billy Gibbons, and Pearl Jam guitarist Scott Metzger.
The tour will conclude with a show at the New York Bowl on November 2nd.
Tickets for the tour are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com.