Weezer recorded their latest album OK Human with a 38-piece orchestra, so it’s only fair the band performs it for the first time with one of the most renowned American orchestras.
The rock band announced Thursday (March 25) that they’re inviting “all of you to stare at your screens” for an April orchestra livestream concert from the Walt Disney Concert Hall alongside the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Youth Orchestra Los Angeles.
Weezer fans only have three chances to catch the stream: on April 16 at 9 p.m. ET in the U.S. and on April 17 at 6 p.m. BST for Europe and at 6 p.m. AEST for Asia/Australia. Fans can buy tickets for the show as well as exclusive merch in support of the OK Human album and the livestream show here. Additionally, superfans can purchase VIP tickets while supplies last for the first viewing on April 16, which also gives them access to a half-hour Q&A session with Weezer after the show.
“Get ready for a night of streaming images (& sounds) to your head,” the band wrote.
OK Human reached the top 10 of Billboard’s Top Rock Albums and Alternative Albums charts in February following its release on Jan. 29. Apart from the album, Weezer will also perform fan-favorite songs during the upcoming virtual show.
Read Weezer’s announcement and watch the official teaser video below.