All three bands were full of energy and seemed really excited to be there! Both pixies and Weezer played even they're oldest songs like they were for the first time and they maintained it until the end
It was amazing!! They are so talented.. and geeky! It wasn’t boring from the second they got on the stage to the second they got off! Lots of funny memorable moments- and amazing amazing music! They played every song I wanted to hear- a perfect mix of their old and new stuff. Amazing!!
Amazing, unbelievable, ultra-satisfying, and ever so pleasantly surprised!!! Not a bragger, and not a blow hard, but I've seen a lot of really good bands in my time. As a matter of fact I came to this show strictly for the Pixies and they did not disappoint, but and it's a big but, on this night, Weezer rose to the top and the majority of the attendees crowned them "the band u gotta see live". They don't take themselves to seriously, are good musicians, and they absolutely love music, theirs or anybody else's. DB
Beautifully restored venue. Still working out the kinks. Helpful and courteous staff. Weezer pulled out some surprises. Rivers rendition of Take On Me when the crowd had the Olde Opera House vibing it’s glory once again.
Weezer was amazing! Always are, but it was not their best effort, a little sloppy in the beginning with a couple missed notes. Kinda looked like they were recovering from an epic Christmas Party. The sound was the real issue, especially early. Both Mt Joy and Weezer we’re having issues with the mics and tuning. But it’s a new venue so they get a pass. The sound guys there should swap notes with The Anthem in DC on how to fill that space with good sound.
I was 15 when I first heard Weezer and fell in love with them. I've always wanted to see them in concert and it was the BEST concert I've ever been to! Not only did I sing along to every song, but my 15 year old son did too!