Pearl Jam will offer a selection of rare items for sale this Saturday (December 7th) at a one-day pop-up store that will be set up at Seattle’s Showbox Market, right after the band wraps up its current tour on Friday (December 6th) with a hometown show at Seattle’s Key Arena. Proceeds will benefit The Vitalogy Foundation and a number of local charities.
The shop will include rare, limited-edition Pearl Jam and Ten Club collectable items, as well as an on-site raffle for a Gibson bass signed by all members of the band.
Other items up for sale include: the original out-of-print deluxe editions of the documentary Pearl Jam Twenty on Blu-ray and DVD; a boxed set of vinyl recordings of Pearl Jam’s historic 2003 concert at Seattle’s Benaroya Hall; a limited edition 2011 Pearl Jam backpack from Patagonia; and various Pearl Jam or band-related albums on colored and limited edition vinyl.
Four pieces of original artwork are also being auctioned off online, with the winners to be announced at the pop-up shop.
Pearl Jam has been touring in support of its recently released 10th studio album, Lightning Bolt.