Soundgarden marks 20th anniversary of ‘Superunknown’

Soundgarden marks 20th anniversary of ‘Superunknown’

SOUNDGARDEN:Tickets to the show will be just $19.94, in recognition of the year the hit album was released. Photo: Associated Press

Reunited rockers Soundgarden are to play their bestselling album “Superunknown” in its entirety at an upcoming New York City show.

The concert at the Webster Hall will be held on the eve of the release of the 20th anniversary edition of the 1994 album.

Tickets for the show will be priced at an apt $19.94.

The show will also serve as a warm-up for the group’s upcoming summer tour with Nine Inch Nails.

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