Weezer concert: 09/19/2022

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Weezer concert: 09/19/2022
Weezer concert: 09/19/2022 cover
Venue The Troubadour
Location West Hollywood, CA
Date September 19, 2022
Associated album SZNZ: Winter
Debuts "Sheraton Commander"
"Iambic Pentameter"
"I Want a Dog"
"Dark Enough to See the Stars"
"The One that Got Away"
"The Deep and Dreamless Sleep"
"What Happens After You"
Tour Mngr Thomas O’Keefe[1]
Weezer live show chronology
08/07/2022 - San Francisco, CA 09/19/2022 - West Hollywood, CA 9/23/2022 - Dover, DE

Weezer (under the alias Goat Punishment) performed at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA on September 19, 2022.[2][3]


No. Title
1. "Sheraton Commander" (live debut)  
2. "Basketball" (live debut)  
3. "Iambic Pentameter" (live debut)  
4. "I Want a Dog" (live debut)  
5. "Dark Enough to See the Stars" (live debut)  
6. "The One That Got Away" (live debut)  
7. "The Deep and Dreamless Sleep" (live debut)  
8. "What Happens After You" (live debut)  
9. "Beverly Hills"    
10. "I Just Threw Out the Love of My Dreams"    
11. "Records"    
12. "You Gave Your Love To Me Softly"    
13. "All My Favorite Songs"    
14. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
15. "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived"    
16. "Teenage Dirtbag" (Wheatus cover)  
17. "California Snow" (first verse and chorus only)  
18. "Say It Ain't So"    
19. "Basketball"    
20. "What Happens After You"    


Show-exclusive merchandise

T-shirts re-utilizing the design from the original run of 2000s Goat Punishment merch were sold exclusively at this show. They are black with white graphics (as opposed to the older shirts, which were red with black/white graphics), and feature the text:

world tour
September 19, 2022
the troubadour | los angeles, ca

See also


  1. @weezer "Goat Punishment performing the as yet unreleased “SZNZ: Winter” (and much more!) at @thetroubadour 9/19/22. Phone-less show (…except for 📸: [tour manager] Thomas O’Keefe!) #SZNZ #karlscorner" Twitter. 20 September 2022. https://twitter.com/Weezer/status/1572186070288314373?cxt=HHwWisDRhda5w9ErAAAA
  2. Archive of a tweet posted at 4:02pm. September 9, 2022 announcing that the show had sold out. This came after a similar graphic was tweeted earlier that day to announce the show, but this post was subsequently deleted.
  3. Archive of ticket sales page for the show.