Tuesday, June 30, 1998:
Minneapolis, MinnesotaMonday, June 29, 1998:
Minneapolis: Finally, the setlist. [Thanks to Chris Hendershot]
More notes added to last night's incredible Chicago show [thanks to Jonathan Mikos, Mike Baker and Jon Terrill].
Chicago, ILMore Chicago: Soundcheck, and the second "Daughter" tag is id'd. In the Concert Chronology. [Thanks to Adam Newman and "your humble servant"]Sunday, June 28, 1998:
Chicago: Setlist is up. In the Concert Chronology. [Thanks to Jon for the 'satellite broadcast' & setlist and to Dan for the notes & setlist details]
Added the "Daughter" tag to the Rapid City show [Thanks to Evil Bastard.]An awesome review of the Rapid City show, including the soundcheck and some great photos! [Thanks to Kyle Matteson and Jason MW Brown]Saturday, June 27, 1998:
East Troy, WisconsinTonight's setlist is up: Concert Chronology. [Thanks again, Carl!!]Friday, June 26, 1998:
The second Alpine Valley soundcheck setlist is in plus the full soundcheck setlist for last night's show: See the Concert Chronology. [Thanks, Carl!!]
The "Daughter" tag and a few more notes added to last night's Alpine Valley show [thanks to Jonathan Mikos, Chris Myers and Brandon]: in the Concert Chronology.
East Troy, WisconsinTapers' Note: An attempt was made by several long-time non-profit tapers to dialogue with the PJ organization at today's show in Alpine Valley about the taping situation. The bottom line is, no external mics are allowed. Period. DAT's, pre-amps, and other high-end recording equipment is also not permitted. However, this is NOT universely enforced, as someone was spotted with a reel-to-reel recorder up in the lawn area, and while you may get your equipment past security, you run the risk of being tackled mid-show by PJ security (which happened to someone tonight). If you have a little hand-held walkman, don't expect a problem getting it in, but everyone else should just expect to stealth as you always have and abandon any hope of walking in with equipment openly. Tapers are going to continue to try to work things out with the PJ crew over the next few shows, but right now it seems that someone has decided that DAT = commercial bootlegger (when in fact the presence of good-quality tapes of shows would actually kill the market for commercial bootlegs...) We'll keep you posted.Thursday, June 25, 1998:
Alpine Valley: setlist is in: See the Concert Chronology and now notes. [Thanks to Jon and Carl Sylvester]
Alpine Valley soundcheck setlist is in: See the Concert Chronology. [Gracias to the excited-sounding Carl, assisted by Rich!!]
Info on "In Hiding" single: in News.Wednesday, June 24, 1998:
Portable Going Mobile Mini-Guide #5 (covering San Diego, Las Vegas & L.A.) is ready.
Rapid City, South DakotaRapid City setlist: Now up in the Concert Chronology. [Thanks AGAIN to Kyle Matteson and Jason Brown!]Tuesday, June 23, 1998:
Rapid City soundcheck: Now up in the Concert Chronology. [Thanks to Kyle Matteson and Jason Brown]
The "Daughter" tag and a few more notes added to last night's Denver show [thanks to Grant Hillman]; corrected the soundcheck [thanks to John Nordlander]: in the Concert Chronology.
Denver, ColoradoDenver setlist: Now up in the Concert Chronology. [MANY thanks to Jason M.W. Brown for calling this in (and for playing a little bit of the last encore over the phone!!!)]Sunday, June 21, 1998:
Denver soundcheck: partial setlist now up in the Concert Chronology. [Thanks to jeremy hanke]
Also, Ten Club tickets for Madison Square Garden have begun to arrive. In Ten Club Ticket Status. [Thanks to Doug McLaughlin]
Portable Going Mobile Mini-Guide #4 (covering Dallas, Albuquerque and Phoenix) is ready.
Also, added a few more area maps to Going Mobile and a seating chart for Greenville's Bi-Lo Center [thanks to SCZufall@aol.com]
An incredible review of Sunday's show in SLC is now up! Can't wait to hear what they drag out tonight!! [Again, thanks to KJ for her stupendous work!]
SLC setlist: OHMIGOD!!!! In the 1998 Concert Chronology. [Many thanks to KJ for calling it in so quickly!!]Saturday, June 20, 1998:
Missoula review: *Yawn*. I'm way tired and only got home 2 1/2 hours ago, but the review is up!
Added the full soundcheck setlist for Missoula: see the Concert Chronology listing [thanks to Ross Lehman and Kyle]
Added a seating chart for Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City.
Full Missoula setlist is online: Concert ChronologyFriday, June 19, 1998:
Missoula show info just in ...
Mike plays with Goodness! Partial soundcheck: see the Concert Chronology listing (check back soon for the setlist & more)
They are using video screens!
Lots of cool, new stuff for sale at the Missoula show.
Cleveland: Ten Club tickets are arriving ... In Ten Club Ticket Status. [Thanks to Jason Satterfield]
- Limited edition poster for Missoula, comic book-like - $10. It appears there may be one for each show??
- t-shirt like the Missoula poster - $20
- baby doll shirt with tiny plastic-looking Yield sign (black & white) - $22
- red shirt with a yellow bird in various stages of flight with tour stops listed - $22
- cool shirt with the GTF letterbox art all the way around and tour cities listed on the back under the photo - $22
- blue shirt with embroidered Yield logo - $25
- thermal with PJ logo (same as Oakland)
- green and yellow PJ socks!!
- executioner beanie - $20
- floppy hat with plastic-looking Yield sign - $20
- 4 new stickers plus the Maui sticker - $1 each
The Missoula show is just hours away! PJ addresses a new cause ... in News.
Some Missoula tapers are reporting that the venue is stating that no taping is allowed (surprise). Hopefully this issue will be clarified as the day continues.Info on how to order the Pearl Jam home video in News.Thursday, June 18, 1998:
On the brink of a new tour, we offer a bit of a different perspective on the Tibet show ... a review by someone who isn't a huge fan ;)Added more venue info to Going Mobile about Reunion Arena, Dallas [thanks to Matt Pfeffer] and The Canyons, Salt Lake City [thanks to Kelly Fairlie]Wednesday, June 17, 1998:
Corrections/additions made to Tibet Freedom Concert notes [thanks to Jeff Dealaman, Frank and Gary Glenisky]Road tripping? More of our Portable Going Mobile Mini-Guides are ready! Download and print the first 10 shows and have venue info at your fingertips. We'll continue to add more so check back if your shows aren't online yet.Monday, June 15, 1998:San Diego: We know. You've all got Ten Club tickets, but no one, not Cox Arena, not Ticketmaster, has a seating diagram for the floor. Well, thanks to Karen Bilotti, who went down to the Arena today and wrote down what the floor looks like IN DETAIL (since the arena says they don't hand out diagrams of the floor seating!), we've been able to put together a seating diagram for the floor, so you can see just how good your seats are! Check out the San Diego listing in Going Mobile, and we vote that we all find her that night and buy that woman a beer or two or three!! Thanks, Karen!!!Sunday, June 14, 1998:
And, a new Song of the Month for you to enjoy!
Tibetan Freedom ConcertWell, it's over. Notes from our reporter 'out there in the fields,' setlist and cybercast screenshots in the Concert Chronology. [Props to Mari Gonzales - we love ya, babe!]Saturday, June 13, 1998:
Jeff and Flea are scheduled for the Tibet 98 chatroom at approx. 5:30 p.m. EDT today.
PJ is scheduled to perform at 6:41 pm EDT (time revised) at today's Tibetan Freedom Concert. Our thoughts are with those who were injured yesterday. Today's weather looks more optimistic and the show is on. Tibet98 has posted a new schedule, with Sonic Youth, Radiohead and R.E.M. moved to today.
A new Featured Photo of the Moment! [Thanks to ninell for tipping us off about this one!]
First-time PJ (or otherwise) concertgoer? By popular demand, check out our Show Survival Guide.
Also, added a few questions to the 1998 Tour/Ticket FAQ.
Finally...going on the road this summer? Want a mini-guide of Going Mobile that you can take with you? Try out our Portable Going Mobile Mini-Guide and let us know what you think. This is an experiment - we've only done the Show Survival Guide and the first three dates of the tour thus far - but if you like it, let us know, and we'll do the rest of the tour!TFC Cancelled for today: A live report from DC in News.Friday, June 12, 1998:
Sacto FC tix arrive: In Ten Club Ticket Status. [Thanks to Kari and Brad Goodrich]one more time: EV and "oh say can you see?" In News.Wednesday, June 10, 1998:
Wellwater Conspiracy: Not playing the Seattle PJ show. [Thanks to Chris Mackenzie]
Finally, DC Tix: On sale next Saturday. In Going Mobile. [Thanks to Kristine Mattis and Mussina36]TFC: Sonicnet will be running another cybercast of the Tibetan Freedom Concerts this weekend. MTV will be running a VERY limited special, so your best bet for live coverage is to register with Sonicnet now and get RealAudio installed and pray they do better than they did last year. Click on the banner above to visit the tibet98.com site, register, get your software, and get ready for the weekend. And while you're there, you might find it interesting to read up on the political situation in Tibet and the reason behind the concerts.Tuesday, June 9, 1998:Las Vegas: Venue change, from Sam Boyd Stadium to Thomas & Mack Center. All tickets will be honored, you do not need to exchange them. Why the change? Anything from the weather to the fact that the show didn't sell well enough to justify the stadium. Noted in Going Mobile. [Thanks to Tom Jones]Monday, June 8, 1998:Montreal: Ten Club tickets are arriving. In Ten Club Ticket Status. [Thanks to Eric Okurowski]Sunday, June 7, 1998:Oh yeah, we know: EV sang the "Star Spangled Banner" before tonight's Bulls v. Jazz game. In News.Saturday, June 6, 1998:
Sacramento tix on saleA couple of corrections ...Friday, June 5, 1998:
The 98 Adelaide poster in memorabilia is likely not an Ames Bros design, as it is tagged "WARD/SUTTON" [thanks to leigh]
Corrected the opening band (Iggy Pop) for the Pittsburgh show in the 1998 Tour section [thanks to Jason]Just in: the tour poster for leg one of the 98 North America shows, Amesbros style, added to memorabilia. [Thanks to Jessica for the 'Skoop']Thursday, June 4, 1998:
Los Angeles: Ten Club tickets are arriving! [Thanks to Matt Hale and D. Medina]Greenville: Important info if you are buying tickets for t`is show. Check it out in Going Mobile. [Thanks to Neel Shah]Tuesday, June 2, 1998:
More openers: Synergy confirms Frank Black for Portland and Vancouver, Zeke for Vegas and the second night of Seattle. The Unofficial Wellwater Conspiracy page says that WWC are on the 7/21 Seattle bill, and local media reports that Ben Harper is opening the Hartford date. *whew*! In Going Mobile and know your opening band!. [Thanks to Kevin Cassidy and Mike Santoro]
If you haven't noticed, the 1998 Tour section of On The Road is now open for business. Once the tour starts, you'll want to be referring to that instead of Going Mobile - take a look and check it out!Seattle openers: Synergy confirms that the Wallflowers will be opening in Seattle. (Going Mobile and know your opening band [like you need us to tell you who they are])Monday, June 1, 1998:Tour Reporters: We've gotten a TREMENDOUS amount of responses to our request for reporters - thank you all so much! We've gotten more than enough now, and we'll contact everyone we select in a week or so to finalize details. Thanks again!!
San Diego tix: Ten Club tix begin to arrive. In Ten Club Ticket Status. [Thanks to Tim Downum]
Five beautiful, old posters [THANKS, Jon!] added to memorabilia and linked from the Concert Chronology.
Numerous updates to the Concert Chronology, including:
1991:Note and Help: Some discrepancies have surfaced regarding some 1991 shows, bringing into question dates, locations and venues. If you attended these shows or have clippings, ticket stubs or recordings, please take a look and see if you can help resolve these. The truth is out there!! :)
- 11/11/91 New York City - added partial setlist [thanks to Carl Sylvester]
- 11/29/91 Chicago IL - added "Smells Like Teen Spirit" teaser [thanks to Eric L.]
- 03/26/92 Madison, WI corrected opening song and added encore [thanks to Tim Flynn, who was there!]
- 06/18/92 Zurich, Switzerland added complete setlist [submitted by Olivier Schönbeck]
- 08/04/92 Saratoga, NY - corrected setlist [thanks to tony for clearing up this discrepancy!]
- 08/09/92 Wantaugh, NY - corrected setlist [thanks to Carl Sylvester]
- 09/27/92 Maui, Hawaii - added venue
- 10/31/93 Berkeley, CA - added soundcheck [thanks to Jared476]
- 11/06/93 Mesa, AZ - corrected notes [thanks to Matthew Merkley]
- 12/09/93 Seattle, WA - corrected setlist [thanks to Jared476]
- 12/13/93 Seattle, WA - added MTV "Live and Loud" New Year's Eve taping [thanks to Peter Trahms]
- 03/07/94 Denver, CO - corrected setlist and added notes [thanks to Carl Sylvester]
- 03/13/1994 Chicago, IL - corrected setlist [thanks to Jared476]
- 09/13/95 Phoenix, AZ - enhanced setlist [thanks to Jared476]
- 11/17/96 Budapest, Hungary - added soundcheck [thanks to Jared476, Carl Sylvester and Eric L.]
- 03/02/98 Melbourne - added "Trouble" as "Daughter" tag [thanks to Mike Baker and Brett Habel]
- 03/19/98 Perth - corrected setlist [thanks to Joel Leake]
- 03/19/98 Perth - I.D.'ed the Cat Stevens snippet in the 'Habit' intro
- 11/04/91 listed at The Cage at Amherst, MA, but apparently shows are not held at the Curry Hicks Cage (The Cage), but at the Student Union Ballroom at UMass.
- 11/07/91 listed at The Haunt at Ithaca, NY, but our poster scan for The Haunt states Nov. 4 as the date.
- To add to the confusion, a ticket stub has surfaced dated 11/07/91 for a show at the Landmark Theater in Syracuse, NY.
HELP!! [and thanks to Matt Twarog and Dan DeBeer for this info!]
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