[FMQB.com] On Saturday night, Pearl Jam wrapped up their four-night run at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, playing the last-ever concert at the historic venue. While rumors about special guests and a five-hour set were unfounded, the band did play over three-and-a-half hours, including surprising rarities and covers. Pearl Jam played almost every song on all their studio albums throughout the four shows, as well as a number of B-sides. On Saturday, the band played the Vitalogy oddball "Bugs" for the first time in history, as well as the only performance of the Jeff Ament-sung ode to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, "Sweet Lew." Of course, hits such as "Corduroy," "Jeremy," "Alive" and "Black" made appearances throughout the night as well. The second encore began with the whole band in the Halloween spirit dressed as Devo and covering "Whip It." The concert ended with the one-two punch of "Rockin' In The Free World" and "Yellow Ledbetter."