Weezer won’t be pushing ahead with their Broadway residency as indicated by the band’s frontman, Rivers Cuomo.
The artist musician, 52, let the cat out of the bag on Weezer’s true conflict server on Thursday. The post was seen and shared by Pitchfork.
“I recently discovered that our Broadway shows have been dropped (because of low ticket deals and staggeringly high costs.)” Cuomo composed. “Please accept my apologies to be letting you know this presently after we’ve proactively contributed such a lot of time, thought, and feeling. Additional expressions of remorse to those of you who cleared plans and made head out arrangements to accompany us. On account of @Broadway Producer for all your diligent effort and extraordinary thoughts. I cherished where we were going and I genuinely want to believe that we can figure out how to restore our vision.”
Cuomo proceeded to post the declaration on Reddit. Individuals likewise affirmed the news.
The Broadway residency was set to be an extended endeavor, which would connect to the arrival of four EPs, named the SZNZ project. Every one of the four EPs was intended to relate with one of the times of the year. Weezer declared the residency in June — tickets went marked down June 24 — and shows were booked to start at NYC’s Broadway Theater on September 13.
Two of the four EPs, SZNZ: Spring and SZNZ: Summer have been delivered, while SZNZ: Autumn and SZNZ: Winter stay in the offing.
As indicated by Rolling Stone, tickets for the residency were as yet accessible to buy starting around Thursday morning.
Weezer as of late performed at the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco on August 7.