Pearl Jam continued their North American tour with a stop at Tampa, FL’s Amalie Arena last night. Once again, the group tore through a 32-song set that included 19 tour debuts throughout.
Among the highlights, just the third rendition of the Lost Dogs cut “In the Moonlight” in the band’s history. The previous two came in 2011 when the song made its live debut at the band’s special twentieth anniversary show at Alpine Valley (QOTSA frontman Josh Homme sat in on the performance) and later on that year in Canada.
The group also delivered the first “Off He Goes” since late 2014 as well as a “Wasted Reprise” after a cover of Lennon’s “Imagine” for the first time since October 2014. The show closed with Hendrix’s “Little Wing” after The Who’s “Baba O’Riley,” played for the first time since October 2013.
Next up for Pearl Jam is a show at Jacksonville, FL’s Veterans Arena on Wednesday night.