Weezer concert: 11/02/2014

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Weezer concert: 11/02/2014
Tour Everything Will Be Alright in the End Tour
Venue Slim's (now defunct)
Location San Francisco, California
Date November 2, 2014
Associated album Everything Will Be Alright in the End
Guests Thao Nguyen
Weezer live show chronology
10/27/2014 - New York City, NY 11/02/2014 - San Francisco, CA 11/04/2014 - Austin, TX

Weezer performed at Slim's in San Francisco, California on November 2, 2014 during the Everything Will Be Alright in the End Tour. An acoustic set was performed prior to the show. The band performed Everything Will Be Alright in the End in its entirety.

Setlist

Pre-show acoustic set

No. Title
1. "You Gave Your Love to Me Softly"    
2. "Why Bother?"    
3. "King"    
4. "El Scorcho"    
5. "The Other Way"    
6. "The Good Life"    
7. "Island in the Sun"    
8. "(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To"    
9. "Buddy Holly"    

Main set

No. TitleGuests
1. "Ain't Got Nobody"     
2. "Back to the Shack"     
3. "Eulogy for a Rock Band"     
4. "Lonely Girl"     
5. "I've Had It Up to Here"     
6. "The British Are Coming"     
7. "Da Vinci"     
8. "Go Away"  Thao Nguyen  
9. "Cleopatra"     
10. "Foolish Father"     
11. "The Waste Land"     
12. "Anonymous"     
13. "Return to Ithaka"     
Encore
No. Title
14. "No Other One"    

Video

Pre-show acoustic set

Main set

Gallery

Fan accounts

This was the EWBAITE tour, where they booked really small clubs (like 300 people?) and did a fan club presale, and played all of EWBAITE start to finish. Easily one of the most incredible weezer shows I've ever seen. We did a small fan club meetup before the show at a Mexican restaurant around the corner from the venue and Rivers showed up! That was so cool. We got to chat with him for a bit before he went off to do sound check. This was also the tour where I had designed my EWBAITE pinball t-shirt, so I grabbed one of those which was amazing. The show was totally incredible - such a great small venue, and totally mind-blowing to listen to them tear through that amazing album. - Alec Longstreth[1]

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Alec Longstreth. Personal communication. 24 August 2021. https://www.weezerpedia.com/wiki/File:AlecLongstreth-emailcitation08242021.png