The now infamous Baby Trump balloon that was created in protest of the President's recent visit to London, made a stop at a Pearl Jam concert. During their London performance Tuesday night (July 17), fans were greeted by the dirigible as they entered the arena.
The band has been extremely vocal about their distaste for Trump and Eddie Vedder said this to the London crowd: "I know at home it feels very divisive. And it feels like he's added such divisive energy to how we get along back home, but then I realized the other day watching all the protests down in the square… there were 250,000. He's actually bringing people together."
Vedder's wife, Jill posted a photo and urged people to vote and said, "Yesterday’s meeting was terrifying, to say the least."
Pearl Jam's European leg of the tour has now ended and will kick off again with a series of baseball stadium appearances, starting Aug. 8 at Seattle's Safeco Field.