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Green Day and Foo Fighters headline Corona Capital 2017

on May 11, 2017 - 9:50am

GUADALAJARA JALISCO (10 / MAY / 2017) .- After much speculation has been revealed the poster of the Crown 2017 and will be led by Green Day and Foo Fighters.

The Corona Capital Festival will be held on November 18 and 19 in Curve 4 of the Rodriguez Brothers Circuit and the line up will complement it: Phoenix, The XX, PJ Harvey, Elbow, The Shins, Grizzly Bear, Cage The Elephant , Boyze Noize, Cold War Kids, Maximo Park, Metronomy, The Drums, Gorgon City, Banks & Steelz, Mogwai, Daughter, Khelani, DJ Mustard, Japandroids, Crystal Fighters, You Me At Six, Grouplove, Bakermat, Angel Olsen, Sampha

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FIND Green Day's AMERICAN IDIOT NEAR YOU

on May 8, 2017 - 12:18pm

Head on over to the show page: HERE

There is a tab on the right side called “Upcoming” which brings up a map using your current location to find productions.  You can further refine the search to expand the geographic area.

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Review: Green Day at Perth Arena, 30 April 2017

on May 4, 2017 - 10:17am

Some might say punk is dead.

But it was very much alive when Californian punk rockers Green Day delivered a mammoth two-and-a-half hour set in Perth, taking loyal fans on a powerful journey through their 30-year career.

Los Angeles ska punk band the Interrupters warmed up with a set of lightning fast punk tunes, led by charismatic frontwoman Aimee Allen.

They were loud, brash and fun – much like the band to follow.

This was the first stop of Green Day’s Revolution Radio Australian tour and the Perth Arena crowd welcomed them with open arms as they arrived onstage at the very un-punk time of

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Green Day Already Gunning For Show Of The Year As Aus Tour Kicks Off

on May 4, 2017 - 10:11am
Drawing on nostalgic '90s skate punk vibes, SoCal force The Interrupters had everyone ready to Take Back The Power as they rolled through an eclectic set of instant hits.

With bass so chunky you could almost take a bite out of it, a refreshing dose of ska was unleashed with She Got Arrested and This Is The New Sound, all delivered with a husky charm from vocalist Aimee Allen screaming with ear-piercing precision between gritty, uplifting melodies.

The Interrupters proved they were one of the most fun bands you'll see live. Punk is alive and well.

"This is not a fucking tea party, this is a

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