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Weezer concert: 02/24/2002

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Weezer concert: 02/24/2002
Tour Hyper Extended Midget Tour
Venue Ice Palace
Location Tampa, FL
Date February 24, 2002
Associated album Maladroit
Supporting acts Saves the Day, Ozma
Weezer live show chronology
02/22/2002 - Raleigh, NC 02/24/2002 - Tampa, FL 02/25/2002 - West Palm Beach, FL
Ozma live show chronology
02/22/2002 - Raleigh, NC 02/24/2002 - Tampa, FL 02/25/2002 - West Palm Beach, FL

Weezer performed at the Ice Palace in Tampa, Florida on February 24, 2002 as part of the Hyper Extended Midget Tour. The opening acts were Ozma and Saves the Day.


No. Title
1. "Island in the Sun"    
2. "In the Garage"    
3. "Dope Nose"    
4. "Why Bother?"    
5. "Knock-down Drag-out"    
6. "Death and Destruction"    
7. "My Name Is Jonas"    
8. "The Good Life"    
9. "Keep Fishin'"    
10. "Photograph"    
11. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
12. "Burndt Jamb"    
13. "Don't Let Go"    
14. "Tired of Sex"    
15. "Say It Ain't So"    
16. "Hash Pipe"    
17. "Only in Dreams"    
No. Title
18. "Buddy Holly"    
19. "Surf Wax America"    

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 02/24/2002

About 1 year since weezer last hit Tampa's Sun Dome during the Outloud Tour, the guys returned to attempt rocking the even bigger Ice Palace, this time with Ozma once again, Saves the Day instead of the Get Up Kids, and a drumnmer and lead singer who continue to battle illness for the 4th day straight. Rivers was actually doing fair, with a croaky speaking voice that didnt affect his singing, while Pat was still running a fever and was majorly congested. But the rock stops for no one. While the Ice Palace did not entirely fill up the way the smaller Sun Dome did, there was still a respectable crowd who were definitely looking for a good time! I think they found it.

- Karl Koch


See also