Wow! They included Saskatchewan!

Pearl Jam announces big Cdn. tour
Pearl Jam may be hard at work on their next studio album, but that didn’t stop the band from announcing details of their largest Canadian tour ever.
The 15-city trek, which spans from coast to coast, kicks off at GM Place in Vancouver on Sept. 2, and ends at Mile One Stadium in St. John’s.
“It’s the most extensive tour of Canada by an international band of Pearl Jam’s stature that I know of, and it’s incredibly exciting and welcome news for Canadian music fans,” states concert promoter Paul Mercs, whose office is handling the promotion of the tour.
“Pearl Jam will play songs spanning their 15-year career on the tour, but Canadian fans will also be the first in the world to hear new songs from the band’s highly anticipated next record,” adds Mercs.
Guitarist Mike McCready recently told that the Seattle band are about “halfway there” with the new disc, the band’s eighth and first album under their brand new label J Records/BMG.
Tickets for the Canadian tour are expected to go on sale to the general public at the end of May. On sale ticket information for each market will be announced on May 19. Tickets for Pearl Jam’s Ten Club (fan club) members will go on sale today at
Pearl Jam’s 2005 Canadian tour dates are as follows:
Sept. 2 — Vancouver, General Motors Place
Sept. 4 — Calgary, Pengrowth Saddledome
Sept. 5 — Edmonton, Rexall Place
Sept. 7 — Saskatoon, Credit Union Centre
Sept. 8 — Winnipeg, MTS Centre
Sept. 9 — Thunder Bay, Fort William Gardens
Sept. 11 — Kitchener, Kitchener Memorial Auditorium
Sept. 12 — London, John Labatt Centre
Sept. 13 — Hamilton, Copps Coliseum
Sept. 15 — Montreal, Bell Centre
Sept. 16 — Ottawa, Corel Centre
Sept. 19 — Toronto, Air Canada Centre
Sept. 20 — Quebec City, Colisee Pepsi
Sept. 22 — Halifax, Metro Centre
Sept. 24 — St. John’s, NFLD, Mile One Stadium