Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Charles Peterson Pearl Jam The Home Shows Safeco Field Seattle Print

The final print in 1xRUN's Charles Peterson Pearl Jam Drop in the Park series features an amazing image from The Home Shows concert at Safeco Field in Seattle. Not often you can get a piece of art like this from a concert you attended.
"The Pearl Jam Home shows were, literally, epic. Beyond the sold out capacity of 47,000, the perfect summer evening, the city skyline as a backdrop, and the three hour plus sets with guests galore, was the fact they inspired local businesses, small and large, to raise 12 million dollars to aid the homeless. The show felt bigger than mere rock and roll, a way for community to come together and celebrate music while giving back. A drop in the bucket for sure against this crippling issue, but hopefully this drop inspires a leak and so on. It also helped raise some awareness among the local community as to how to help and how big the problem really is. Inspiring, and I thought an epic show(s) deserved an epic pic that took it all in.

If you look closely, you can even see the whole band, and Eddie doing one of his signature mic stand moves. Extra epic!" - Charles Peterson
This print is a 17 x 12 Inches Archival Pigment Print. Timed Limited Edition that is signed & numbered will be closed on September 12th at 3pm.

This Drop In The Park print series features 7 new timed limited editions from legendary Seattle photographer Charles Peterson! To coincide with Pearl Jam's 2018 US tour 1xRUN has partnered up with Charles Peterson to look through his expansive archives for some old favorites, never before seen shots and more surprises for 7 new timed limited editions dropping for each stop of the band's 2018 tour! In partnership with Pearl Jam's ongoing initiative to fight homelessness a portion of the proceeds from Charles Peterson's Drop In The Park editions will be donated to Mary's Place in Seattle.

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