Weezer Added To Toronto Riot Fest Lineup

Playing every song from Pinkerton and The Blue Album.
Weezer Added To Toronto Riot Fest Lineup

As of today Weezer has officially been added to the Toronto Riot Fest 2015 lineup, along with bands Cancer Bats and The Prodigy. They'll be joining the ranks of other headliners like Alexisonfire, Wu Tang Clan, and All Time Low, to bring Toronto one of the best festivals of the year.

Now before you start saying how you "don't even like Weezer anymore", check this out: they'll be playing Pinkerton and The Blue Album - in full! That's right, classic 90's Weezer is back. They're going to play one album per day of the festival, which is being held on September 19 and 20 at Downsview Park. Get ready to rock out like it's 1994 to the nostalgic sounds of 'My Name Is Jonas' and 'Buddy Holly'.

For more info and tickets, check out the Riot Fest website here

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