Scott Weiland’s Purple At The Core Tour Is Over

Former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland’s Purple at the Core tour has finally come to an end. The tour was also called The Purple to the Core tour. Weiland and his backing band the Wildabouts kicked off the tour on February 28th in Detroit, a day after he had been fired from STP. The final date of the tour came on September 14th in Utica, New York.

Weiland has two upcoming tour dates: November 30th in Mount Pocono, PA and December 3rd in New York City at the City Winery. Neither show is being advertised as a Purple at the Core show, and guitarist Doug Grean has reportedly told a fan on that the tour is over. The description for the Mount Pocono show reads, “Join us for an evening with Rock Superstar and lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots, Scott Weiland.”

Take a look back at The Purple At The Core tour below.

  • Taylor

    I hope he uses this time to do something that can help his future performances such as QUIT SMOKING! I’d love for him to rebound and do well but he does so much to hurt himself.

  • Boom

    Boom hopes The Weiland all the best. Good frontman in his day. Believe his day is over. Should be another big payday in his future with the rest of Stone Temple Pussies. Only the Pilots when the Weiland is there.

  • EDDY

    thank god this train wreck is over

    • whisky

      The problem with Weiland is that when one train screeches to a halt, another starts chugging its way out of Crazy Station. He’s too narcissistic to stay out of the spotlight for long. Dude’s obsessed with being perceived as a “Rock Superstar”, after all…

  • WahWahWah

    Sour grapes. Let us all know when you all do as well as Scott. It’s no wonder you people will never get ahead in life.