Pearl Jam turned it up to 11 by performing Ten in its entirety Friday evening in Philadelphia.
On the back half of a two-night stand, the rockers celebrated their 10th consecutive sold-out show at the Wells Fargo Center by playing their 1991 debut album from front to back for the first time. The venue also hung a black-and-orange banner from the rafters to mark the occasion.
Playing their studio albums straight through is a pretty rare move for Pearl Jam, though they’ve previously done so for Vs., Yield, and No Code.
The band is currently in the midst of a North American tour that kicked off earlier this month in Miami and will conclude in Chicago in August.