Pixies and Weezer are two pioneers of the indie rock genre, and they are both still putting out great music after debuting more than 20 years ago. Indie rock fans will finally get the chance to see these two iconic bands perform together for the first time at their upcoming co-heading concert tour.
The upcoming tour will consist of 29 shows throughout the summer. The first show will take place at the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater in Tampa, Florida, on June 23. Pixies and Weezer will hit most of the major cities in the Midwest at the start of July before moving to the East Coast at the end of the month. Everyone on the West Coast will have to wait until August of next year before they get the chance to see this amazing co-heading concert. The tour will conclude on August 12 with a show at Phoenix’s AK-Chin Pavilion.
In addition to seeing two of the biggest bands in indie rock history, everyone in attendance will also get the chance to see an up-and-coming indie rock band open the show. The Wombats will be the opening act for the first 13 shows. The opener for the remaining concerts has not been announced yet. Tickets for every show on the newly announced tour will be available to purchase starting on Friday, November 10.
Weezer just released their latest album, “Pacific Daydream,” in October. They have four more US headlining shows remaining this year in support of the new album. Pixies are also concluding the last leg of their headlining tour for their latest album, “Head Carrier,” which was released last year. Both bands will take an extended break before joining forces in June.