Soundgarden Charging $19.94 for Intimate 'Superunknown' Gig

Iconic grunge band will play New York's Webster Hall ahead of Nine Inch Nails tour

Soundgarden New York Superunknown Anniversary Show
Soundgarden at Lollapalooza Brazil PHOTO BY BUDA MENDES/GETTY IMAGES
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Colin Joyce

Soundgarden are set for a co-headlining tour with Nine Inch Nails later this summer, but before they kick that off, they'll celebrate the 20th anniversary of their landmark album Superunknown with a New York show. Chris Cornell and co. plan to play the record in full at the concert.

The band previously performed the album front-to-back at this year's SXSW, but they'll continue the party on June 2 at New York City's Webster Hall just over a month before their arena tour begins. Superunknown, which Dave Grohl recently enthused about, came out on March 8, 1994, so that SXSW show was a little closer to the actual anniversary. 

Tickets go on sale Friday and cost $19.94, which is a pretty respectable pay cut to take in the name of a middling joke. Also, the ticket is a fair bit cheaper than the ornate Superunknown reissue that dropped on Record Store Day.

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