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That Dog concert: 08/15/1997

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This article is about That Dog's set during this show. For Weezer's performance, see Weezer concert: 08/15/1997.
That Dog concert: 08/15/1997
Venue The Palace
Location Los Angeles, CA
Date August 15, 1997
Associated album Retreat from the Sun
Supporting acts Black Market Flowers
Headliner Weezer
Guests The Allan family
Bootleg Weezer's set recorded by MTV, video/audio circulating
Press Rolling Stone article: 08/23/1997
That Dog live show chronology
08/09/1997 - Antioch, TN 08/15/1997 - Los Angeles, CA 08/26/2011 - West Hollywood, CA
Weezer live show chronology
08/09/1997 - Honolulu, HI 08/15/1997 - Los Angeles, CA 11/1998 - Los Angeles, CA (as Goat Punishment)

That Dog performed at The Palace in Hollywood on August 15, 1997, opening for Weezer. The show served as a tribute to Mykel and Carli Allan, the founders of the Weezer Fan Club. Black Market Flowers also opened the concert. That Dog would disband shortly after this show, making it the final performance of their initial run. They would not perform live together until August of 2011.

Overview

People known to be in attendance for this show included, according to Rolling Stone, "Claire Danes, Jared Leto, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Ben Lee, Spike Jonze, Sophia Coppola and members of No Doubt."[1] Black Market Flowers reformed just for this event, as they had previously broken up.[2]

Setlist

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Gallery

Allan family

Personnel

See also

  1. Rolling Stone article: 08/23/1997
  2. MTV.com article "Hundreds Join Weezer In Tribute To Fanclub Leaders". By Clare Kleinedler. Published on August 20, 1997