Weezer announces 'OK Human' livestream with L.A. Philharmonic and YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles)

'Stare at your screens while we perform OK Human for the first time ever'
Brian Bell, Rivers Cuomo and Scott Shriner of Weezer
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"Get ready for a night of streaming images (and sounds) to your head," say your friends Weezer. They're teaming up with the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra and YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles) for the very first time and will be streaming a virtual concert for fans on April 16 in the U.S. and April 17 elsewhere globally.

The exclusive set, which features all 12 songs from Weezer's new record OK Human released on January 29 as well as tons of fan-favorites, will be performed live from the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall in L.A. and is presented by NoCap.

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Announced on the band's social channels Thursday, Weezer "invite each and every one of you to stare at your screens while we perform OK Human for the first time ever (along with all your favorite Weezer songs)."

This concert will only be streamed three times globally:
APRIL 16TH @ 9PM ET / 6PM PT (US)
APRIL 17TH @ 6PM BST (UK) and 6PM AEST (AUS)

Tickets for the event are on sale now along with special OK Human and show-specific merchandise. Limited VIP tickets for the first viewing on April 16 are also available, which include a 30 minute Q&A with the band immediately following the show.

Weezer's Van Weezer, postponed since last year, is still set for release on May 7, 2021.

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