Weezer announce Voyage to the Blue Planet 30th anniversary tour

Rivers Cuomo^ Scott Shriner^ and Brian Bell of Weezer perform at the 2017 Forecastle Music Festival on July 16^ 2017 in Louisville^ Kentucky.

Weezer have officially announced a 2024 tour in celebration of the 30th anniversary of their debut LP, The Blue Album. The North American run will feature Weezer playing The Blue Album in full alongside other fan favorites and rarities. The Flaming Lips and Dinosaur Jr. will be serving as support on tour.

The Voyage to the Blue Planet Tour kicks off in Saint Paul, Minnesota at the Xcel Energy Center on September 4th and will hit major cities including Toronto, Boston, New York, Nashville, and Washington, DC, before wrapping-up in Los Angeles with a show on October 11th in Inglewood, CA at the Intuit Dome.

The band also announced a special anniversary event on March 15th at the Lodge Room in Los Angeles with Dogstar as support, where they will be playing the Blue Album front to back alongside some very special guests. The show is an homage to the band’s March 1992 show at Raji’s where they ended up opening for Dogstar – and also when their name “Weezer” originated as part of a conversation with the show’s booker.

General tickets for the Voyage to the Blue Planet Tour are on-sale beginning at 10:00 a.m. local time on Friday, March 15th via Ticketmaster.

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