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Weezer concert: 03/16/2001

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Weezer concert: 03/16/2001
Tour Yahoo! Outloud Tour
Venue Hollywood Palladium
Location Los Angeles, CA
Date March 16, 2001
Associated album Weezer (The Green Album)
Supporting acts Ozma, The Get Up Kids
Weezer live show chronology
03/14/2001 - Denver, CO 03/16/2001 - Los Angeles, CA 03/17/2001 - San Francisco, CA
Ozma live show chronology
03/14/2001 - Denver, CO 03/16/2001 - Los Angeles, CA 03/17/2001 - San Francisco, CA

Weezer performed at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California on March 16, 2001 as part of the Yahoo! Outloud Tour. The opening acts were Ozma and The Get Up Kids.


No. Title
1. "I Do"    
2. "My Name Is Jonas"    
3. "El Scorcho"    
4. "You Gave Your Love To Me Softly"    
5. "The Good Life"    
6. "The Christmas Song"    
7. "Don't Let Go"    
8. "Island in the Sun"    
9. "Hash Pipe"    
10. "In the Garage"    
11. "Tired of Sex"    
12. "Say It Ain't So"    
13. "Buddy Holly"    
14. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
15. "Why Bother?"    
No. Title
16. "Only in Dreams"    
17. "Surf Wax America"    

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 03/16/2001

...The Hollywood Palladium has a long history of seriously rocking shows, dating back to the 70's punk scene when bands like Black Flag would inspire crowd riots and all sorts of craziness went down. It seems the Palladium's owners have never forgotten those times, and employ a virtual army of security guards, as well as patting down everyone who walks in, and vigorously enforcing strict no smoking, no chewing gum, no stickers rules. Despite the rather totalitarian scene, the L.A. kids prove time and again that they come to rock! I witnessed some serious moshing and crowd surfing going on, and nary a frown in the audience!

...this was a nice homecoming gig for both Ozma and Weezer, and there were friends, girlfriends and family in abundance, so most band members were tied up with family functions after the show. I had the pleasure of hanging out with a bunch of good friends, including some "long lost" ones. All in all a fun night, and a solid rock show.
- Karl Koch


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