Weezer concert: 09/15/2001

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Weezer concert: 09/15/2001
Tour Midget Tour
Venue Cox Pavilion
Location Las Vegas, NV
Date September 15, 2001
Associated album The Green Album
Supporting acts Ozma
Weezer live show chronology
09/12/2001 - Oakland, CA 09/15/2001 - Las Vegas, NV 09/17/2001 - Salt Lake City, UT
Ozma live show chronology
09/01/2001 - Anaheim, CA 09/15/2001 - Las Vegas, NV 09/21/2001 - Vacaville, CA

Weezer performed at the Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 15, 2001 as part of the Midget Tour. The scheduled opening act, Cold, was not able to attend, so the band Ozma filled in.


No. Song
1 "Island in the Sun  
2 "In the Garage  
3 "Crab  
4 "Knock-down Drag-out  
5 "So Low  
6 "Photograph  
7 "Tired of Sex  
8 "My Name Is Jonas  
9 "Love Explosion  
10 "Smile  
11 "We Go Together  
12 "Undone - The Sweater Song  
13 "Don't Let Go  
14 "Say It Ain't So  
15 "Glorious Day  
16 "Hash Pipe  
No. Song
17 "Buddy Holly  
18 "Surf Wax America  

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 09/15/2001
...Today the tour resumed, regaining a small semblance of normalcy as the trucks were unloaded, the stage set up, the lights rigged up, and the guitars tuned up once again. after going just "1 for 3" in the tour so far due to the horrible attacks over on the East coast, the guys were ready to rock some fears and worries away!

...Today's line up was different than it will be for the rest of the tour: substituting for Cold was L.A.'s Ozma, who also opened back in February and March on the Outloud Tour. It was great to see those guys (and gals) again, and the mini-reunion was a great birthday gift for both myself and Ozma's Daniel, who, as it turns out, shares my birthday. No wonder we keep finishing each others sentences....just kidding. First, the Start rocked things out in a sort of aggro nu-wave style, though their funny little dog did not join them onstage as I'd hoped. then Ozma came up and did their thing to the delight of what was clearly a crowd that contained a good deal of Ozma devotees!

...And finally, weezer delivered a smokin' set, that gained some rave reviews from all sides- I gotta agree, it was really an exceptional show! Everyone was full of energy, smiles all around, Scott was looking a lot more relaxed and confident, and the mood was one of celebration and strength! I think this show was really what everyone needed after the horrific news of late and the frustrating and saddening show cancellations. Even a little guitar mix up didnt seem to faze Rivers, who took it in stride and seemed to really enjoy himself up there.

- Karl Koch


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