It’s a big week for Pearl Jam, as their Let’s Play Two concert documentary will be screening in theaters across the nation tomorrow (Sept. 29). The band has been ramping up the promotion of late, offering two new videos taken from the film.
The first, seen above, finds the band playing an impromptu rooftop concert in Wrigleyville at a bar located just outside of Chicago’s Wrigley Field. The clip, which premiered at Billboard, finds the band just starting to crank out some music as footage of some of the concertgoers is spliced in.
In the footage, we see how hardcore their fans can be as well as the love for Pearl Jam around Chicago. There’s a father making the rooftop show his son’s first Pearl Jam concert, while it’s the 27th for him. Others have camped out hoping to be around to enjoy the tunes. And the clip ends with the poignant thought from one fan, “Every show there’s just something you’ll remember forever.”
Meanwhile, the band have also posted footage from one of the Wrigley Field shows with them playing “Corduroy” amidst the cozy confines of a fully packed baseball field. The group played two shows at Wrigley in August of 2016, with photographer Danny Clinch helping to document the shows that have been now turned into the Let’s Play Two film. Watch the performance of “Corduroy” below.
To learn more about where the film is screening and when and to also order your copy of the film, head to the specially dedicated Let’s Play Two website set up by Pearl Jam.
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