Weezer Cruise: Renew Your Wedding Vows With Scott Shriner

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The Weezer Cruise is for lovers! Tucked among the specialty events of the cruise -- embarking from Miami to Cozumel and back January 19-23, 2012 -- are a number of off-stage experiences with members of the group. One of them is renewing your wedding commitments with the help of the band's venerable (heck, they're all venerable) bassist Scott Shriner.

For the true Weezer obsessive, AKA the folks who show up on threads like these, seeing the band perform the Blue Album and Pinkerton is not the extent of the bang the bucks shall receive -- not by far. In addition to Shriner time for those who shared a first kiss while listening to "Butterfly," singer Rivers Cuomo will host a special story time and read from the Pinkerton Diaries, guitarist Brian Bell will gather everyone for a viewing of an unnamed film (hopefully it's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), and drummer Pat Wilson is putting together what should be the feature event of the entire expedition: a shuffleboard tourney. Further charming evidence is plentiful in Weezer's new Love Boat-themed promo video.

Additionally, if you and your three closest friends (or lovers, we suppose) want to bunk up together, there's a four-pack deal that can get each person on the boat for at $499 a pop. Admire various pricing options here, and start working on your renewal vows. Might we recommend setting them to the tune of "Jamie."

Weezer Cruise. With Weezer, Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh, J. Mascis, Lou Barlow, Gene Ween & Dave Dreiwitz, Wavves, the Antlers, Yuck, Free Energy, Boom Bip, Keepaway, Ozma, the Nervous Wreckords, the Knocks, Sleeper Agent, and Yacht Rock Revue. January 19-23, 2012. Click here.

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