Historic event: 11/26/1994

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Posted on Weezer's official Facebook page as part of the "Today in Weezer History" series on November 26, 2013.

Today in Weezer History: 11/26/1994 - Weezer plays in Buffalo, NY on the Blue Album Tour. This was their first headlining show after 3 months on the road opening for Live, and by now there was a fever pitch growing around the band, as their "Buddy Holly" video and single had started to catch fire. This show was at the rather rundown "Blind Mellons" club near the Buffalo airport, which had a pretty cool outdoor stage, but as it was about 10 degrees that night, they played the cramped indoor stage. The show was sold out well beyond capacity, the room utterly packed with wild kids waiting to rock out. The temperature inside the club quickly rose to over 115 steamy degrees as the band played and the kids went crazy. Everyone got a huge system shock when they stepped outside into the arctic air after the gig. The opening act was probably local band Tugboat Annie (and/or the Dambuilders but this needs to be checked and confirmed). Photos by Karl's mom, who declined to join the mosh pit.

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