Ready to feel your age? Weezer's nostalgia-ridden debut is officially old enough to drive. And while the band is still hanging in there sixteen years later, the perennial indie darlings sadly appear to be past their prime – sans the occasional gem of an album cover, the latest string of LPs have left even the most ardent diehards disappointed. Thankfully, the Los Angeles-based quartet are set to briefly return to their glory days of irresistible sing-a-longs and emo staples next week when their much-hyped Memories tour rolls through the Nob Hill Masonic Center. On Monday, the band will be playing the album that made them famous in its entirety. Then in the ultimate 'never say never' moment, the boys are scheduled to return Tuesday to recreate Pinkerton – the cult classic frontman Rivers Cuomo publicly hated on for over a decade – from start to finish.
While the shows are officially sold out, there are currently plenty of tickets to be had at face value from ticket karma-fearing craigslisters.