Pearl Jam Raises $11 Million To Fight Homelessness

Hometown heroes!

This week, Pearl Jam returned to their hometown of Seattle for the first time in five years – and raised more than $11 million to help the homeless in the process. The band is playing two sold-out shows at Safeco Field, and also partnering with local businesses and restaurants to raise money for their Home Show fund.90% of the money raised will go to programs in the Seattle area.

This weekend also sees the debut of a new Pearl Jam exhibit at the Seattle Museum of Pop Culture.

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