After eating some incredibly delicious Cuban food at a nearby diner, me and about 400 other people waited patiently for the Congress Theatre doors to open. I'd worn my Weezer shirt, the only one I own (has 3-D glasses on it, reads 'Weezer' in blue-and-red letters) and felt happily supportive of my favorite band.
I sat in the balcony, which was a good move. As a majority of people went to stand on the main floor, I got a great view in the first row of seats, right in the middle.
It was hell waiting through the three warm-up bands because I was violently impatient to see Weezer.
However, Teenage Bottlerocket was, by far, my favorite of the three. They were great performers and I loved their music, too. One of the members went around pretending to shoot people with his guitar as if it were a shotgun, which was rather amusing to me as I'd already drank two Red Bulls by this time and was hyped up.