Weezer concert: 09/17/2001

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Weezer concert: 09/17/2001
Tour Midget Tour
Venue E Center
Location Salt Lake City, UT
Date September 17, 2001
Associated album The Green Album
Supporting acts Cold
Weezer live show chronology
09/15/2001 - Las Vegas, NV 09/17/2001 - Salt Lake City, UT 09/18/2001 - Denver, CO

Weezer performed at the E Center in Salt Lake City, Utah on September 17, 2001 as part of the Midget Tour. The opening act was Cold.


No. Title
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. "Do You Want Me to Stay?"    
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. Title
17. "Buddy Holly"    
18. "Surf Wax America"    

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 09/17/2001

...early in the weezer set, a huge rush of people in the assigned seating sections rushed the floor to try and join those who were in the standing section. This looked really scary, as people were getting pushed and shoved, and running down the stairs at top speed in the dark is NOT safe. A lot of folks did make it to the floor, but it is a miracle that no one was seriously hurt. At least I didn't hear anything about injuries, but it wouldnt have suprised me if someone had been trampled. Anyway, it didnt look like a very cool way to go about it, and I would strongly recommend against this kind of tomfoolery at future shows...I was seriously scared for people. Security guards came up to the various access points and eventually staunched the flow of people, but by the end of the night the crowd on the floor was a lot fuller than when it started. I'm glad they got to rock out where they wanted to, but

...tonight seemed to be the night of bras and panties being tossed up on stage from the audience. At one point both Brian and Rivers had several lacy underthings hanging from their nightstands. And the mysterious age-old tradition of rock continues!
- Karl Koch


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