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BRAZIL PRESALES START TODAY

on July 19, 2010

Beginning this today at 10AM LOCAL venue time members of Idiot Club will get access to presale tickets for one of two (Brasilia) South American Tour Dates below and another (Porto Alegre) the following Wednesday, July 28th. Please note that both of the presales listed below begin at 10AM on their respective dates. The only way you will be able to access these 24-hour presales is by logging in to Idiot Club: HERE.

BRAZIL
 
13.10  Porto Alegre, Brazil | Presale: 28.07 - 29.07 | On-sale: 29.07
17.10  Brasilia, Brazil | Presale: 20.07 - 21.07 | On-sale: 22.07

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MAX MUSIC

on July 19, 2010

Australian music channel Max Music TV will feature a special "Max Masters" episode devoted to Green Day. Look for it on July 28th @ 8:30pm. More info: HERE.

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PICS FOR TIX CONTEST

on July 15, 2010

Green Day Idiot Club members in North America - we know a lot of you are itching to see the band play next month in your neck of the woods. We have a special little contest that will get you and a guest tickets to see the band from the best seats in the house! We will be giving away 2 amazing tickets to EACH North American gig, so enter now for the venue near you.
       
The contest? Grab your Idiot Club membership T-shirt (or any Green Day T) or your copy of 21st Century Breakdown and a camera--- we want to see you showing off YOUR Green Day pride in YOUR city!

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MTV

on July 15, 2010

'American Idiot' Cast Brings Broadway Punk To 'Good Morning America'

Green Day fans and theater geeks flood Central Park for musical tribute.

NEW YORK — If someone came up to you and called you an American idiot, you wouldn't react too kindly. But for the people in the audience for Friday's "Good Morning America" Summer Concert, the insult became a chant of praise for the cast of Green Day's Broadway musical. Families and punk rockers alike had gathered in Central Park, holding up signs and wearing T-shirts for "American Idiot" and the band behind the

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USA WEEKEND

on July 15, 2010

On being Broadway babies:

For the stage version of Am-erican Idiot, “there are people in the audience who would contemplate diving off the balcony into a mosh pit,” says Armstrong, 38.

On pleasing the parents:

Mike Dirnt's parents are “very supportive of what we do — but they've got their own lives, too,” says the bassist, 38. “I'll ask them to come out and see something, and it'll be, ‘I'm not getting on a plane!' ”

On starting a Rock Band:

The group just launched its own version of the popular video game.

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