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Weezer concert: 02/26/2001

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Weezer concert: 02/26/2001
Tour Yahoo! Outloud Tour
Venue University of South Florida Sun Dome (now the Yuengling Center)
Location Tampa, Florida
Date February 26, 2001
Associated album Weezer (The Green Album)
Supporting acts Ozma, The Get Up Kids
Weezer live show chronology
02/25/2001 - Fort Pierce, FL 02/26/2001 - Tampa, FL 02/27/2001 - Athens, GA
Ozma live show chronology
02/25/2001 - Fort Pierce, FL 02/26/2001 - Tampa, FL 02/27/2001 - Athens, GA

Weezer performed at the University of South Florida's Sun Dome in Tampa, Florida on February 26, 2001 as part of the Yahoo! Outloud Tour. The opening acts were Ozma and The Get Up Kids.


No. Title
1. "I Do"    
2. "My Name Is Jonas"    
3. "El Scorcho"    
4. "No One Else"    
5. "The Good Life"    
6. "The Christmas Song"    
7. "Island in the Sun"    
8. "Don't Let Go"    
9. "Hash Pipe"    
10. "In The Garage"    
11. "You Gave Your Love To Me Softly"    
12. "Say It Ain't So"    
13. "Buddy Holly"    
14. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
15. "Why Bother?"    
No. Title
16. "Only in Dreams"    
17. "Surf Wax America"    

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 02/26/2001

Error creating thumbnail: Unable to save thumbnail to destination's show was at the University of Southern Florida's "Sundome", which turns out to be a huge sports arena. On top of that, the place was sold out! Wow, there was a LOT of people there to see the weez, and everyone felt the pressure to rise to the occasion. Based on the response of some fans I talked to after the show, the guys accomplished their mission with flying colors. For their part, the band acknowledged that they still have a few things to learn about playing arenas!

- Karl Koch


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