Black Rebel Motorcycle Club confirmed for Pearl Jam’s Milton Keynes show

Popular beat combo Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Popular beat combo Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Leather-clad noise rockers Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are on their way to Milton Keynes, after being confirmed as main sypport act for Pearl Jam’s July show at the MK Bowl.

The San Francisco three-piece rose to fame ten years ago with their self-titled debut LP. Their career has seen them produce seven studio albums, and gain fame as the “band who broke the floor” at a gig at Leeds Town Hall. They also gained publicity when they refused to sign a giant inflatable penis at the 2004 V Festival, which was a disappointment both to fans and to the inflatable penis.

The Pearl Jam show will take place on Friday July 11. The headline act will perform for over two hours for the final show of their 11-date 2014 European tour.

Tickets are priced at £65 for Milton Keynes, with gates opening at around 2pm and closing at around 11pm.