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Weezer concert: 07/30/2002

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Weezer concert: 07/30/2002
Tour Enlightenment Tour
Venue AmSouth Amphitheater
Location Nashville, TN
Date July 30, 2002
Associated album Maladroit
Supporting acts Main Stage: Sparta, Dashboard Confessional
Side Stage: The Special Goodness, Rooney, Home Town Hero, AM Radio
Bootleg Circulating
Weezer live show chronology
07/29/2002 - Atlanta, GA 07/30/2002 - Nashville, TN 08/01/2002 - Houston, TX
The Special Goodness live show chronology
07/29/2002 - Atlanta, GA 07/30/2002 - Nashville, TN 08/01/2002 - Houston, TX

Weezer performed at the AmSouth Amphitheater in Nashville, Tennessee on July 30, 2002 as part of the Enlightenment Tour. The opening acts on the main stage were Sparta and Dashboard Confessional and the opening acts on the side stage were The Special Goodness, Rooney, Home Town Hero and AM Radio.


No. Title
1. "Improv"    
2. "Death and Destruction"    
3. "Why Bother?"    
4. "In the Garage"    
5. "Island in the Sun"    
6. "Butterfly"    
7. "No One Else"    
8. "Don't Let Go"    
9. "Pink Triangle"    
10. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
11. "Take Control"    
12. "El Scorcho"    
13. "Buddy Holly"    
14. "Hash Pipe"    
15. "Tired of Sex"    
16. "Say It Ain't So"    
No. Title
17. "Keep Fishin'"    
18. "Dope Nose"    

Karl's Corner

See Karl's Corner - 07/30/2002

...Once again, we narrowly avoided a major rainstorm, pushing our luck even further on this tour! In fact it did pour earlier in the morning when the crew was starting to set stuff up, but by afternoon it was just cloudy and steamy. I guess it decided to have mercy on the Enlightenment Tour again! Tonight saw a slightly different stage setup, exchanging the "flying Pat" apparatus for the more traditional "flying w" technique. It was mostly the same fire n' brimstone show we've been seeing all tour, though, and the peeps were loud and proud! The second stage was forced to battle an unhelpful local sound person, but this didnt dampen any spirits. Great things were said by the fans about all 7 bands once again. Rock.

- Karl Koch


See also