Pearl Jam are celebrating their entire 25 years as a band during their current North American tour, but Eddie Vedder and company specifically revisited their 1993 sophomore album, Vs., during their concert last night (April 16).

The alt-rock greats opened their show at the Bon Secours Wireless Arena in Greenville, S.C., on Saturday with "Corduroy" from 1994’s Vitalogy, but then they dove headlong into that album’s predecessor Vs. -- all 12 tracks from front to back. This marked the band's first time performing the album in full in concert. After closing out the LP with “Indifference,” Pearl Jam delivered a career-spanning selection of songs along with a handful of covers. Check out the set list and a couple of fan-shot clips at the bottom of the page.

Pearl Jam's tour picks up tomorrow in Hampton, Va. They have more stops planned all summer long, culminating with a two-night run at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Aug. 20 and 22. Check out the complete itinerary right here.

Pearl Jam -- Set List, April 16, 2016
"Glorified G"
"Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town"
"Mind Your Manners"
"Swallowed Whole"
"Let the Records Play"
"Spin the Black Circle"
"Do the Evolution"

"Future Days"
"Given to Fly"
"Present Tense"
"Comfortably Numb" (Pink Floyd cover)
"Lightning Bolt"

Encore 2:
"Last Kiss" (Wayne Cochran cover)
"Better Man"
"Baba O’Riley" (The Who cover)
"Yellow Ledbetter"

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