Weezer concert: 05/11/2005

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Weezer concert: 05/11/2005
Tour Make Believe Tour
Venue Roseland Ballroom
Location New York, NY
Date May 11, 2005
Associated album Make Believe
Supporting acts Ringside
Weezer live show chronology
05/10/2005 - Philadelphia, PA 05/11/2005 - New York, NY 05/12/2005 - New York, NY

Weezer performed at the Roseland Ballroom in New York, NY on May 11, 2005 as part of the Make Believe Tour. The opening act was Ringside.

Set list

No. Song
1 "Tired of Sex  
2 "In the Garage  
3 "No One Else  
4 "Pardon Me  
5 "Buddy Holly  
6 "Photograph  
7 "Hold Me  
8 "Getchoo(Lead vocals: Brian)  
9 "Say It Ain't So  
10 "We Are All on Drugs  
11 "Island in the Sun  
12 "My Name Is Jonas  
13 "Peace  
14 "Beverly Hills  
15 "Hash Pipe  
16 "Haunt You Every Day  
No. Song
17 "Undone - The Sweater Song  
18 "The Good Life  

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 05/11/2005
...gotta say, its good to be back in the big apple! Over the years, Weezer has played everything from CBGB's to Madison Square Garden, and every visit is cool in its own way. This time brings the band back to what might be the all time coolest venue in the city, for its overall combo of history, medium-small size, good sound, and neat character - The Roseland Ballroom. The Roseland has seen it all over the years, from its origins as a real ballroom back in the old big band days to its present rock legacy, and has shrugged off numerous threats to its existance from an ever changing city. It may be 'small' for a band like weezer, but it feels like a perfect fit.

no reports of roughnecks stirring up trouble tonight, and a slightly less raucous crowd than at recent shows (its the 'NYC cool' factor at work, i think), but they were still plenty loud with the singalongs and some crowdsurfing to boot. A big whassup to 'dorkamania', and various friends and family who came out to see the guys rock, including a band member's mom! Always a special night when there's a weez mom in the house.

I just got back from being front row of weezer NYC, and what an awesome show! The guys sounded great, and each song was an incredible recapitulation of their best. Congratulations, weezer, on a great new album and shows equally as rocking. One reason why they put on such good shows is because you can tell those guys are into it, and believe in the music they're playing. I'm prouder than ever to be a weezer fan. ---Emy P.

The show was great. My friends and I fought our way up to the front. We got jostled around a lot and there was a guy who kept trying to rest his elbow on my head, but it was worth it to see Rivers up close during the solo of Hold Me and Haunt You Every Day, and Scott pullin' all his rock god poses. I'm going to be there for the 5/12 show too. I'm hoping maybe the guys will switch it up a little bit for the second night in town.. ---Will

- Karl Koch


See also

Make Believe Tour