Pearl Jam canceled the Vienna concert after the heat injured Eddie Vaeder’s throat

The band told fans on Instagram that lead singer Eddie Vader’s throat was “damaged” at his latest show outside Paris due to heat, dust and smoke from nearby fires.

To all those who were anticipating a wonderful Pearl Jam show tonight in Vienna, we were too. However, due to the harsh conditions at the last outdoor location outside Paris (heat, dust and smoke from the fires) our singer Ed Feders had a sore throat. He visited doctors and received treatment, but so far his vocal cords have not recovered.”

Soaring temperatures and wildfires spread across Europe this week.

In France, forest fires have burned more than 25 times more land so far this year compared to the same period last year, Government Spokesperson Olivier Veran reporters on Wednesday. Austria’s neighbor Germany recorded its hottest day this year, with more heat to come.

The group added, “This is tough news and horrific timing… for everyone involved. Those who work hard to perform as well as those who are giving their valuable time and energy to attend.” “As a band, we are very sorry and have tried to find options to continue playing. Ed wants to play. There is no larynx available at this time.”

They added, “I am very, very, very sorry.”

According to the statement, tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase.

Pearl Jam has three shows left at this point in its tour, one in Prague and two nights in Amsterdam. In September, they will begin the North American leg of their tour.

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