Weezer Details Their 30-Show Summer “Indie Rock Roadtrip! Tour”

Time to hop in the car, load up the playlists and snacks, and join Weezer and some of the biggest names in indie rock for what will be the tour of the summer. A 30-city run of Weezer shows, “Weezer’s Indie Rock Roadtrip!” pairs the alt legends with alternating support from iconic bands of the last fifteen years and the coolest up-and-comers: Modest Mouse and Momma, Future Islands and Joyce Manor, Spoon and White Reaper. Tickets are on sale on Friday, March 3rd, at 10 am local time. Full dates for Weezer’s Indie Rock Roadtrip are below as well. These shows, kicking off June 4th in Huntsville, AL, are the first batch following the band’s incredible SZNZ project last year, which yielded the #1 Alternative radio singles “Records” and “A Little Bit Of Love.” The most inventive project to date f...

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