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New tickets after Pearl Jam sell out

NEW tickets for Pearl Jam’s November 25 Brisbane concert at QSAC Stadium, with special guests Ben Harper and the Relentless7, will go on sale this Tuesday at 9am..  

While a small number of general admission standing tickets in the Backspacer Field remain available, promoter Chugg Entertainment has introduced new seated tickets.

The demand for seated tickets – with both Gold and Silver selling out in two days – prompted Chugg Entertainment to review the concert’s set-up in a bid to find more.

Brisbane’s Pearl Jam concert will now include seats in the previously excluded Northern stand.  

“We’ve had a lot of feedback from fans who've seen Pearl Jam playing inside arenas before and they’re really excited about these outdoor shows. A stadium concert is a big outdoor gig, in comfort, so I’m not surprised the Brissie seats have all been snapped up,” said Chairman of Chugg Entertainment, Michael Chugg.  

“From the beginning, a fair ticket price was an important consideration for Pearl Jam fans so when we found more seats we could sell a bit further back; we priced them even lower at $69.90.

“Fans had better get in quick because these are the last tickets we can release in Brisbane, there’s just no more for us to find after this," he said.

At a glance:
Wednesday, 25 November 2009
QSAC Stadium, Brisbane, Australia
Ticket prices*: $123.90 – Gold | $99.90 – Silver | $69.90 - Northern Grandstand
New release of tickets on sale Tuesday, 25 August @ 9am from Ticketek - www.ticketek.com.au or 132 849
*Includes GST and Booking Fees. Transactions Fee may apply

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