Photos by Makena Cummings
Weezer played an incredibly intimate show at Warsaw in Brooklyn this past week to celebrate the release of their newest album, The White Album. This band has an extremely loyal fanbase, with people paying hundreds of dollars for tickets and lining up outside the Greenpoint venue for hours before doors. People lined the front of the stage decked out in crowns (for their latest single, “The King of the World”) and patiently waited for the iconic band to take the stage.
The performance was spectacular. The band played hits from their lengthy career in addition to their newest singles. Each song was sung by the crowd at the top of their lungs, especially the final two: “Beverly Hills” and “Buddy Holly”. It was the show of a lifetime. Weezer puts on one of the greatest live performances you’ll ever see, and it was a privilege to see them in such an intimate setting.