Man, remember when Weezer were cool? When you'd sing River Cuomo's darn-catchy songs unabashedly because, gosh, they really meant something?
Weezer remembers too. And so they've put together a dream tour where they're going to be playing the Blue Album and Pinkerton in full on two separate nights in each city. That's right: one whole concert of "Say it Ain't So" and "Only in Dreams," followed the next night with "El Scorcho" and "Tired of Sex." YES.
But considering this isn't 1996 and Weezer has become what they have become, you'll also have to expect some "greatest hits" during the encore. And sure, you'll probably get an uninvited rush during the show of embarrassing memories of awkward junior and high school moments. But it will all be totally worth it. =W=!!!!
Tickets for the shows range from $27.50-$106.25 and go on sale tomorrow at 10am. The Blue Album will played in full on Friday, Nov. 26 (yes, this is annoyingly Thanksgiving weekend), and Pinkerton on Saturday, Nov. 27, at the Gibson Ampitheatre, located at 100 Universal City Plaza in Universal City.
-- Chau Tu