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Sleigh Bells opened for Pixies opened for
Weezer. I didn't realize Sleigh Bells was even
performing until I sat up and saw her
jumping around onstage. She's awesome,
high energy, but the sound wasn't set up
Pixies shortly after, better sound but
compared to playing in smaller venues I
don't think this show was 100%. This was my
third Pixies show and of all three they seem
to perform best at Ryman auditorium.
Sound setup still seemed off, but that's my
only complaint. Great energy, great set list.
This was my first Weezer show and holy crap
there was no point where I had time to sit
down. Plenty of classics, great covers and a
mash-up, and an acoustic set performed for
the grass seats out of a tiny boat after
Cuomo scootered offstage in a captain's hat
and jacket. Set design went from happy days
themed to garage themed to present day
tour replete with pyrotechnics during the
final encore (Suzanne).
KId friendly, easy parking, plenty to do
before. Pricey drinks.
Mark Boyd from Manheim, Pennsylvania
JUST A DYNAMITE SHOW
Both Pixies and Weezer were spot-on last night. Neither band spoke much to the
audience...they just came out and totally delivered on both performance and sound.
I've always loved Weezer, but there's just nothing like seeing them live...everybody
knew every word to every song...talk about a band that truly found their audience
and knows how to keep them.
The only downer was having to pay $30 for parking. Performance-wise, I don't think
it could have been any better.
Randy from Seattle, Washington
WEEZER/PIXIES WHITE RIVER AMPHITHEATER
Solid show, have always loved The Pixies.
Their newest bass Player I believe is a far
step above KD.
1st Weezer show for me, I was impressed.
Hits plus some good spins on older songs
like Ah Ha, Sabbath, Zombiez, Green Day,
Toto. Well done Weezer and Pixies.
Jorge Paredes from West New York, New Jersey
Weezer rocked out with old classics and even did
some great covers like Toto's Africa and The Turtles
Happy Together. I'm a big concert goer and I must
say this was a lot of fun.
I would definitely recommend people to catch them
next time around .
The lawn seat area was filled with singing people.
Great show. Rock on Weezer
Bleeding ears from Holmdel, New Jersey
WEEZER GREAT, SOUND GUY NOT
Weezer played a fun set mixing their hits with
some fun e80's covers and mash-ups. They
were on point, their sound guy was not. Bass
and reverb were over amped, drowning out
mids and melodies. Saw Kings of Leon at PNC
last year and sound was pure and concert
enjoyable. This one was a batlle. Band and
fans deserved better.
Sharon from Detroit, Michigan
WOMBATS, PIXIES, WEEZER
Missed first half of Pixies b/c of traffic. Wow, no Monkey Gone to Heaven. Caribou and Gigantic were amazing. Weezer put on a terrific show. Tremendous fun.
JJ from Seattle, Washington
WEEZER WAS AMAZING - SOUND WAS BAD
Great fun evening and crowd - Weezer was great but their sound system was horrible.
Sad to see the sound guys ruin amazing guitar and rock.
Also, come on 1/5 hrous to get out of a parking lot and then an hour home. WRA can do
better and should for the facility they have - which is amazing.
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