1997

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1996 | 1997 | 1998

1997 is generally seen as the start of the 'dark ages' for Weezer, with very little information about this era known. This hiatus lasts through early 2000.

Contents

January

February

March

April

May

  • May 24 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in George, WA at The George Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • May 26 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Vancouver, BC Canada at the Pacific Coliseum on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • May 27 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Portland, OR at the Rosegarden Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • May 29 - Weezer performs in Santa Cruz, CA at the Catalyst in support of Pinkerton.
  • May 30 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Moutain View, CA at the Shoreline Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • May 31 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Anaheim, CA at Arrowhead Pond on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.

June

  • June 1 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Anaheim, CA at Arrowhead Pond on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 3 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in San Diego, CA at the San Diego Sports Arena on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 5 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in in Salt Lake City, UT at the Delta Center on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 6 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Denver, CO at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 8 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Council Bluff, NE at the Westfair Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 9 - Weezer performs in Witchita, KS at the Crown Bingo Arena in support of Pinkerton.
  • June 10 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Kansas City, KS at the Sandstone Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 11 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in St. Louis, MO at the Riversport Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 13 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Nashville, TN at the Starwood Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 14 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Knoxville, TN at the Worlds Fair Park on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 15 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Atlanta, GA at the Lakewood Fairgrounds on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 17 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Virginia Beach, VA at the GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 18 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Manassas, VA at the Nissan Pavillion on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 19 - Weezer performs in Scranton, PA at Tinks in support of Pinkerton.
  • June 20 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Camden, PA at the E Center on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 23 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Wantaugh, NY at the Jones Beach Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 24 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Holmdel, NJ at the PNC Bank Arts Center on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 25 - Weezer performs in New York, NY at the Roseland Ballroom in support of Pinkerton.
  • June 26 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Mansfield, MA at the Tweeter Center on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 27 - Weezer performs in Buffalo, NY at the North AmeriCare Park in support of Pinkerton.
  • June 28 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Cuyahoga Falls, OH at the Blossom Music Center on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • June 29 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Detroit, MI at Auburn Hills on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.

July

  • July 1 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Minneapolis, MN at the Target Center on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • July 2 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Milwaukee, WI at the Marcus Amphitheatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • July 3 - Weezer opens for No Doubt in Chicago, IL at the World Music Theatre on their Tragic Kingdom Tour.
  • July 5 - Weezer performs in Omaha, NE at the Ranch Bowl Entertainment Center in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 6 - Weezer performs in Lawrence, KS at the Granada Theatre in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 8 - Weezer performs in Denver, CO at the Ogden in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 9 - Weezer performs in Salt Lake City, UT at the DV8 in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 9 - Weezer fanclub founders Mykel and Carli Allan are killed, along with their younger sister Trysta in a motor vehicle accident.
  • July 11 - Weezer performs in Calgary, AL at the Macewen Hall Ballroom in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 12 - Weezer performs in Calgary, AL at the Macewen Hall Ballroom in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 14 - Weezer along with Karl Koch cancel a gig in Vancouver, British Columbia and fly to Salt Lake City to attend the funeral of Mykel and Carli Allan, serving as pallbearers.
  • July 15 - Weezer performs in Seattle, WA at the DV8 in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 16 - Weezer performs in Portland, OR at the La Luna in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 18 - Weezer performs in Palo Alto, CA at The Edge in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 19 - Weezer performs in San Francisco, CA at The Fillmore in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 20 - Weezer performs in Santa Ana, CA at the Galaxy Concert Theatre in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 29 - Weezer performs in Osaka, Japan at Club Quattro in support of Pinkerton.
  • July 30 - Weezer performs in Fukuoka, Japan at the Drum Logos in support of Pinkerton.

August

September

October

November

  • November 4 - The first "Homie Tryout" show took place at The Middle East, Boston, MA. In addition to Rivers, Kevin Stevenson of the Shods plays guitar. A bootleg tape exists.
  • November 21 - The second "Homie Tryout" show took place at TT & the Bear's, Boston, MA. In addition to Rivers, Kevin Stevenson of the Shods plays guitar. A bootleg tape exists.

December

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