Not really a Pixies fan, so that wasn't really exciting, but I forgot about that completely when Weezer came out. High energy, hit after hit, no wasted time between songs. Great time from start to finish!
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!
the show was awesome! I think they kicked ass, really happy they played El scorcho, I feel like my boyfriend Austin and I, we're the only ones rocking out as hard as we were... Can't wait to see you guys again
The concert itself was awesome!! WEEZER was amazing!! However, the line to get in Dos Equis Pavilion was hundreds of people long. I’ve been there dozens of times and never exited longer than 10-15 at most
Great live band! Fun to find unexpected covers thrown in the mix of everything from classics through brand new material, with lots of guitar solos and Cuomo's golden voice still as melodic as ever. Visuals were on point, along with the Wonder Woman-esque floating "W" proudly beaming a welcome opulence. The venue was wrong for a Weezer show though, all seated except for a small/medium pit. The bass player noted in between songs that the couple directly in front of us in the (seated, stage left, row J) were his "favorite dancers". This is however, the *only* concert I've ever been to where the audience received a systematically distributed memo, on the band's official letterhead, during the performance, instructing attendees that, "this is a rock show so stand up and dance if you want us to play a loooooong time". Crazy stuff. Glad we got a copy of the memo to take home as well. #framethatshit
audio needed work, but that was a venue issue .Rivers struggled through 2 songs in the set and forgot the words to a part of a verse early on but they recovered from it and closed out pretty strong .The crowd was pushy at times and a lot of really stupid drunk over 30 over weight fools trying to crowd surf in hopes of reliving the 90s grunge scene