Pearl Jam announce their own charity chocolate box plus stream of 2018 hometown show
Pearl Jam have announced that they’ll be streaming night two of their huge hometown dates in Seattle from 2018, as well as unveiling a new charity collaboration with Theo Chocolate via the band’s Vitalogy Foundation for some yummy looking homemade caramels.
Between February 12 to 16 fans will be able to watch on-demand the grunge legends’ August 10, 2018 gig from Seattle’s Safeco Field – the second night of a two-date stint which is “widely regarded as a career highlight for the band”. The “never-before-seen full-colour footage” makes up a typically epic 37-song set, with tickets available to buy here.
Additionally, on top of the huge amount of money they raised to fight homelessness at the time, the band will be donating proceeds from The Home Shows caramel collection to keep backing a cause that is so important to them.
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“As Pearl Jam prepares to stream Night 2 of the Home Shows this year, we’re excited to once again partner with the Vitalogy Foundation on an exclusive treat – this time giving you a taste of our handmade caramels,” the website reads. “This delicious collection of three of our northwest-inspired caramel flavours comes wrapped in a Pearl Jam Home Shows commemorative sleeve that you’ll love long after the chocolate has been enjoyed! It’s the perfect Valentine’s Day treat to enjoy while experiencing an iconic evening of music and supporting a worthy cause.”
Each box of chocolates is made with organic and fair trade ingredients, is soy and gluten free, and will have four pieces of three different flavours: apple cider dark chocolate caramel, coffee milk chocolate caramel, and salted vanilla dark chocolate caramel. Mmmmm.
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