Pull out your old flannel shirt, that pair of ripped jeans you haven't sported since 1999 and get ready to rock!
Pearl Jam is coming back to Baltimore for the first time in years. So long, in fact, that the last time a member of the legendary grunge band took the stage in Charm City was 2009, when Eddie Vedder performed in support of his work on the "Into The Wild" soundtrack, the Baltimore City Paper reports.
The Baltimore stop is part of a 24-city North American fall tour that begins in Pittsburgh in October and wraps up -- where else? -- in the group's hometown of Seattle in December.
The Baltimore show is Oct. 27 but the real date to mark on your calendar is July 27 at 10 a.m., when tickets go on sale through Live Nation.
While D.C. gets most of the love from bands hoping to jam arena-style, Washingtonians shouldn't get worried. The D.C. to Baltimore MARC train service is expected to start up again on weekends sometime soon, so you can rock without worrying about a ride...or traffic.
To get you excited we've put together a Spotify playlist of our favorite Pearl Jam tunes. Reminisce about your Y2k survival pack and don't forget to snag your tickets when they go on sale, the picture kept will remind us.