Tour Dates: Weezer is Indie Rock Again

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Weezer has officially joined the ranks of “indie band” again with the decision to leave Geffen Records late last year, which came as news via Billboard today along with an idea of how the band is going to be approaching their immediate future…

Weezer is taking it easy on the road this summer, however, with 13 mostly festival dates, and Shriner said he didn’t expect many more to be added. “There are a few dates getting filled in along the way, but I think our big focus is to hit these festivals,” he said. “I think we’re just kind of looking at efficiency and the way to reach the most people. I don’t know if anybody’s super excited about getting in a bus again right now. This just seems to be the way it’s going.”

We’ll be looking to the Bonnaroo performance as the “real” Weezer that we’ll likely see in their future. The band just released a new album called Raditude.

Weezer 2010 Tour Dates

04-28 West Palm Beach, FL – SunFest
04-30 College Park, MD – Byrd Stadium
05-01 Atlantic City, NJ – Borgata Event Center
05-02 East Rutherford, NJ – Bamboozle Festival
06-05 Milwaukee, WI – Verge Fest
06-11 Elizabeth, IN – Horseshoe Southern Indiana
06-12 Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Festival
07-09 Minneapolis, MN – Basilica Block Party
07-10 Sarnia, Ontario – Rogers Bayfest 2010
07-24 Halifax, Nova Scotia – Halifax Rocks
08-01 Montreal, Quebec – Osheaga Fest
08-15 Commerce City, CO – Mile High Music Festival
08-28 Leeds, England – Leeds Festival
08-29 Reading, England – Reading Festival

[via Pitchfork]

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  • experienced rawker

    So pumped to see them at the Mile High Music Festival, last US date too. Anyone planning on driving into Denver to see em?

  • experienced rawker

    So pumped to see them at the Mile High Music Festival, last US date too. Anyone planning on driving into Denver to see em?

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  • Rikkitikkitumbo

    looks pretty cool…do you know who else is on the lineup….ozma? poweys?