After teasing upcoming live shows on social media, Weezer are thrilled to officially announce an extensive North American tour in celebration of the 30th anniversary of their career-defining, self-titled debut Weezer, also known as the ‘Blue Album.’ They will play Weezer (the Blue Album) in full along with other fan favorites, rarities and more.


On this anniversary tour produced by Live Nation, Weezer will make a stop at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA, on Friday, September 13, 2024, with special guests The Flaming Lips and Dinosaur Jr.


Fans can sign up for Weezer’s mailing list to get access to presale tickets on Wednesday, March 13 at 12 PM. More presales including a Citi presale (details below) will run throughout the week ahead of the general on-sale beginning on Friday, March 15 at 10 AM. All tickets can be purchased on the band’s website HERE.


Citi is the official card of Weezer’s Voyage to the Blue Planet Tour. Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets for U.S. dates beginning on Wednesday, March 13 at 9 AM until Thursday, March 14 at 10 PM through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit www.citientertainment.com


Separate from their tour, the band also announces a special anniversary event on March 15 at the Lodge Room in Los Angeles with Dogstar as support. This exciting full-circle moment mirrors the band’s March 1992 show at Raji’s where they ended up opening for Dogstar in an unlikely turn of events. The name “Weezer” was coined in a conversation with the show’s booker (read more via Weezerpedia HERE). They will be playing Weezer (the Blue Album) front to back alongside some very special guests. 


An instantly recognizable cultural touchstone of the 1990s, Weezer (the Blue Album) has garnered such a firm place in the musical pantheon of the last three decades that it serves as an entry point into music for nascent listeners. A testament to the band’s staying power, tracks like “Buddy Holly” and “Say It Ain’t So” have earned hundreds of millions of streams and endless placements in TV shows and movies.