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Weezer concert: 03/23/2002

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Weezer concert: 03/23/2002
Tour Europe Tour (2002)
Venue Guildhall
Location Southampton, United Kingdom
Date March 23, 2002
Associated album Maladroit
Supporting acts Remy Zero
Weezer live show chronology
03/21/2002 - Birmingham, United Kingdom 03/23/2002 - Southampton, United Kingdom 03/24/2002 - London, United Kingdom

Weezer performed at the Guildhall in Southampton, United Kingdom on March 23, 2002 as part of their 2002 Tour of Europe. The opening act was Remy Zero.


No. Title
1. "Dope Nose"    
2. "Photograph"    
3. "My Name Is Jonas"    
4. "The Good Life"    
5. "Superstar"    
6. "Island in the Sun"    
7. "Surf Wax America"    
8. "Tired of Sex"    
9. "Burndt Jamb"    
10. "Knock-down Drag-out"    
11. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
12. "Why Bother?"    
13. "Modern Dukes"    
14. "Don't Let Go"    
15. "Say It Ain't So"    
16. "Hash Pipe"    
17. "Only in Dreams"    
No. Title
18. "Happy Together" (The Turtles cover)  
19. "Buddy Holly"    

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 03/23/2002

Perhaps the only venue in the world sharing the building with a police station and city hall. As it was Saturday, the workers were thankfully out of office, allowing unfettered rock and roll. Well, mostly unfettered- the Guildhall has a strict no crowdsurfing policy, meaning they eject people from the building as soon as they come over the barricade. The doors at the sides of the stage would ocassionally open as they booted the poor kids out, which also served to let in a big rush of cold night air- sort of refreshing, but also a kind of a rock buzzkill. The loud music, big lights and the hot air really go together in my opinion. Well, I suppose its better than it being so hot that kids pass out, like they were doing in Glasgow. Anyway, the crowd continued the UK style of going bonkers, and singing along really loud! I think the fear of getting booted kept a slight lid on the insanity till the last song, when people started surfing in droves! Unfortunately Rivers's sore throat made an unwelcome return tonight, holding him back a wee bit. No rock was harmed in the making of this show, however! After the show, the band got a cool backstage visit from bassist Mark from the Irish band Ash, who toured with weezer back in '96-'97. It was great to catch up a bit with him and trade info from afar.

- Karl Koch


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