Eddie Vedder Postpones Solo Dates

Pearl Jam singer being treated for nerve damage in his arm

Eddie Vedder performs at Zequinha Stadium in Porto Alegre.
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April 6, 2012 8:30 AM ET

Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder has announced the postponement of his spring solo tour due to temporary nerve damage in his right arm resulting from a recent back injury. The 22 shows, spread out over 15 cities, have been pushed back to the late fall and will now begin at the Pearl in Las Vegas on October 31st. One show, a planned appearance at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, has been cancelled entirely.

"After having worked aggressively with doctors and physical therapists for the last eight weeks to repair the damage, the intensity of the injury and time needed to heal has made it impossible to play the shows as scheduled," Pearl Jam manager Kelly Curtis explained in a statement. "There was hope up until the last minute that the treatments would be successful."

Vedder's revised tour itinerary is below, with the original tour date followed by the new date at the venue. Tickets for the original dates will be honored at these gigs and refunds will be made by request.

4-10    10-31    Las Vegas, NV      The Pearl
4-11    11-1    Las Vegas, NV      The Pearl
4-13    11-4    Phoenix, AZ      Comerica Theater
4-16    11-6    Albuquerque, NM  Kiva Auditorium
4-17    11-7    El Paso, TX      Plaza Theater
4-19    11-18    Tulsa, OK      Brady Theater
4-20    11-19    Tulsa, OK      Brady Theater
4-22    11-12    Houston, TX      Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
4-23    11-13    Houston, TX      Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
4-25    11-16    San Antonio, TX  Lila Cockrell Theatre
4-27    11-9    Austin, TX      Bass Concert Hall
4-28    11-11    Austin, TX      Bass Concert Hall
4-30    11-15    Dallas, TX      The Music Hall at Fair Park
5-1    11-21    Memphis, TN      Orpheum Theater
5-7    11-25    Jacksonville, FL Moran Theater
5-8    11-24    Jacksonville, FL Moran Theater
5-10    12-3    Clearwater, FL      Ruth Eckerd Hall
5-11    12-4    Clearwater, FL      Ruth Eckerd Hall
5-13    11-30    Ft. Lauderdale, FL Broward Center for the Performing Arts
5-14    12-1    Ft. Lauderdale, FL Broward Center for the Performing Arts
5-16    11-27    Orlando, FL     Bob Carr Performing Arts Center
5-17    11-28    Orlando, FL     Bob Carr Performing Arts Center

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