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Trending: Pearl Jam announces back-to-back Toronto concerts

Eddie Vedder of the rock band Pearl Jam performs on stage during their concert as part of the tour 'Pearl Jam 2015 Latin America Tour' at the Julio Martinez National Stadium in Santiago de Chile, Chile, on Nov. 4, 2015. EPA/SEBASTIAN SILVA.

Pearl Jam has announced it will be heading out on tour this spring and is scheduled to play in Toronto – but tickets are going fast.

The band posted a video to Facebook letting fans know about the 18-city tour, which kicks off on Apr. 8 in Florida and runs until Aug. 22 in Chicago.

Pearl Jam will make three Canadian stops in Quebec City, Ottawa and Toronto. The band will also stop at Madison Square Garden and Fenway Park as part of the tour.

Tickets went on sale on Friday at noon, and within hours were reportedly averaging $460.00.

Forbes reported that the band’s most expensive show will be on Apr. 8 in Sunrise, Fla., with tickets averaging $717.00 and the cheapest ticket at $133.00.

The band’s cheapest show, according to Forbes, will be on Apr. 13 in Jacksonville, Fla., with tickets at $312.00.

As of Friday afternoon, Ticketmaster.com said that there were “not many [tickets] left” for all three Canadian tour locations.

Pearl Jam announced they added a second show in Toronto, meaning they will play back-to-back nights in Toronto on May 10 and 11.

Currently, you can purchase a single ticket from Ticketmaster.com for the Wednesday show for $87.50, but getting two tickets together is out of the question.

The band has pledged to donate $3 from every ticket sold to its Vitalogy Foundation that works to support community health, environment, arts, education and social change.

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