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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Photos: Pearl Jam, Kings of Leon Rock Oracle Party on Treasure Island

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click to enlarge Vedder and Followill onstage at OpenWorld - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
  • Christopher Victorio
  • Vedder and Followill onstage at OpenWorld

Pearl Jam

Kings of Leon


Oracle OpenWorld, Treasure Island

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012

While you were at home crying over President Obama's performance in the first presidential debate last night, Pearl Jam, Kings of Leon, and X were rocking thousands of Oracle employees and guests at its end-of-conference appreciation party. Proving that Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder will share the stage with anybody, he even jumped up during Kings of Leon's "The Bucket" to sing along with frontman Caleb Followill. Intrepid photographer Christopher Victorio was on the island last night to check out the show, and sent back these photos.

click to enlarge Pearl Jam - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
  • Christopher Victorio
  • Pearl Jam

click to enlarge Kings of Leon - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
  • Christopher Victorio
  • Kings of Leon

click to enlarge X - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
  • Christopher Victorio
  • X

  • Christopher Victorio

click to enlarge Pearl Jam - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
  • Christopher Victorio
  • Pearl Jam

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