Weezer concert: 09/21/2001

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Weezer concert: 09/21/2001
Tour Midget Tour
Venue United Center
Location Chicago, IL
Date September 21, 2001
Associated album The Green Album
Supporting acts Cold
Weezer live show chronology
09/20/2001 - St. Paul, MN 09/21/2001 - Chicago, IL 09/22/2001 - Detroit, MI

Weezer performed at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois on September 21, 2001 as part of the Midget Tour. This was Cold's last show as the opening act as during their set they quit due to the amount of heckling they were getting from the Weezer fans.


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 "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. Song
17 "Buddy Holly  
18 "Surf Wax America  

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 09/21/2001
...ok, the United Center is BIG. The Chicago Blackhawks play there. The Chicago Bulls play there. A whole hell of a lot of people can fit in this place. This may have been the biggest congregation of weezer fans ever in one place, as around 13,000 people came out to see the show! I, for one, was very impressed. ...not all good news today, however: I wasn't there to witness what exactly went down, but during tonight's Cold set, something happened that caused Cold to leave the stage early. Shortly thereafter backstage, the lead singer announced that they had just quit the tour! No one beleived it at first, but sure enough, Cold packed up and went their own way after the show was over. I don't know what exactly happened, but I do know that the singer was not responding well to heckling from some weezer fans over the last few shows, and apparently this happened again tonight. I've never really seen anything like this before, and it's a bummer, as I felt like everyone in the bands and crew was just getting to know each other, and were getting along well...plus its no fun for a tour to lose a band like that, but if thats their decision, we have to respect it...

- Karl Koch


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