Legendary US rock band Pearl Jam is set to get crowds singing along this weekend as they headline Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The band best known for hits 'Even Flow' and 'Yellow Ledbetter' will celebrate more than 30 years of live performances and their twelve studio albums with their Dark Matter World Tour.

Pearl Jam's show at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will be the group's only UK stadium show taking place in their 41-date tour.

If you were able to get tickets to see Pearl Jam, this is everything you need to know ahead of the big day.

When is Pearl Jam in London?

Pearl Jam will be in London's Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for one special night on Saturday, June 29.

What time do doors open for Pearl Jam at Tottenham Hotspur?

If you want to head down early and soak in all the atmosphere for Pearl Jam you can arrive at 6.30pm when doors open.

Who are the support acts for Pearl Jam in London?

Set to get the crowd ready to rock, Pearl Jam will have two support acts with Richard Ashcroft and The Murder Capital.

Richard Ashcroft is best known for his hit with his former band The Verve with 'Bitter Sweet Symphony' as well as his own song 'They Don't Own Me'.

While The Murder Capital have hits including 'Ethel', 'Green & Blue' and 'Don't Cling to Life' to name a few.

What is the seating plan for Pearl Jam at Tottenham Hotspur?

If you're wondering how good your view will be off the stage, then you are in luck as we have the seating map. 

To see the seating plan follow this link to head to the venue's website to see the map in full. 

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Can you still get tickets to Pearl Jam in London? 

If you haven't been able to get tickets to see Pearl Jam yet, then you;re in luck as they're are still some up for grabs.

Tickets start at £49.20 per person for section 453 and rise to £115 per person for pitch standing or £144 per person for section 256.

You can get tickets now via Ticketmaster.

How much does food and drink cost at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium? 

If you're on a budget and want to check the cost for a pint at the stadium then look no further. 

The venue has 10 themed bars based across the stadium all serving a range of food and drink

The price for a pint is £4.79 for an Amstel or £5.29 for a pint of Heineken.

If you'd rather have a spirit with a mixer they start from £4.69 or for a premium spirit it's from £5.19. 

A can of soft drink starts at £2.95 with a bottle of water costing £2.25. 

And there's a wide range of food to enjoy too, from burgers, pies, fish and chips, pizza and even curry. 

The average price of a meal is £10 for an adult and £5 for a kid's meal depending on the choice of food.