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Weezer concert: 07/01/2001

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Weezer concert: 07/01/2001
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Tour Euro Freak Out Tour
Venue Rock Werchter Festival
Location Werchter, Belgium
Date July 1, 2001
Associated album Weezer (The Green Album)
Weezer live show chronology
06/29/2001 - Barcelona, Spain 07/01/2001 - Werchter, Belgium 07/03/2001 - London, United Kingdom

Weezer performed on the tent stage for the Rock Werchter Festival in Werchter, Belgium on July 1, 2001 as part of the Euro Freak Out Tour.


No. Title
1. "Burndt Jamb"    
2. "Photograph"    
3. "Zep Jamb"    
4. "Island in the Sun"    
5. "High Up Above"    
6. "Crab"    
7. "Listen Up"    
8. "Knock-down Drag-out"    
9. "Keep Fishin'"    
10. "Don't Let Go"    
11. "December"    
12. "Hash Pipe"    
13. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
14. "Buddy Holly"    
15. "Surf Wax America"    

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 07/01/2001

From Brussels, we cruised out to the boondocks, where these festivals must by law take place in order to sucessfully re-create conditions suitable for bathing in mud, drinking too much beer, and getting one's tent stolen while off raving in the woods. Werchter is a BIG festival that draws about 75,000 people every summer. That calls for a lot of port-a-potties, and some extremely absorbant trees. Weezer took the "tent stage" as opposed to the main stage, and the tent soon swelled to an over capacity crowd of chanting weez-folk, demonstrating the need for weezer to get on the main stage next time. Rivers seemed to have a lot to say, but not everything sank in with the multi-lingual crowd. But they did know the language of rock, and giant mosh pits broke out as well as massive sing-a-longs!

- Karl Koch



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