According to a statement released by the band, members of Pearl Jam and band representatives relayed their accounts of what occurred that night to Danish police. Nine concert-goers died in a crush during the band’s set at the festival.

Additionally, members of the Danish police observed Pearl Jam and its security operation during the band’s August 9 concert Mars Music Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach.

A band spokeswoman said Pearl Jam also offered to have their security team go to Denmark to consult with Roskilde Festival authorities regarding possible steps that could be taken to help ensure the safety of their concert-goers.

Both Pearl Jam and Danish police described the meetings in Florida as informative and constructive.

“We are in agreement that we will all do everything possible in an effort to identify all factors that may have contributed to the tragedies at the Roskilde Festival with the hope that we might learn ways in which tragedies of this nature can be avoided in the future. We look forward to continuing to work together cooperatively in an effort to achieve this goal,” said Uffe Kornerup, commissioner of the Roskilde police.

Pearl Jam had initially hoped to meet with Danish police in Denmark the day following the Roskilde tragedy.