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WASHINGTON DC PRE-SALE

on April 05, 2010

This is our moment! This is our time! It's time to storm the nation's capital and show 'em what we got! It's time to raise your fists with Idiot Club this August to rock Green Day's upcoming North American tour with AFI! We're at it again with presales todayfor Jiffy Lube Live in Washington DC! We have Idiot Club's opportunity to purchase presale tickets beginning TODAY Tuesday, April 6 starting at 12:00pm EDT via Ticketmaster (coupon code required).

More info: IdiotClub.com

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ROCK BAND VIDEOS

on April 05, 2010

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MTV PUSH

on April 04, 2010

Push: MTV's week-long salute to Green Day's new musical "American Idiot." Check it out: HERE.

Green Day may have already won Grammys for its album American Idiot, but the band might have to prepare some new acceptance speeches if "American Idiot: The Musical" takes Broadway by storm -- fingers crossed! -- and the Tony awards come calling. We can't think of a better way to commemorate the meeting of peroxide punks and Park Ave. Playbill holders by making Green Day our P.U.S.H. (Play Until Someone Hears) artist of the week.

Directed by Michael Mayer and starring John Gallagher, Jr.,

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ROCK BAND

on April 04, 2010

When Green Day: Rock Band launches June 8, it’ll have Green Day albums American Idiot and Dookie, in their entirety, on the disc.

The news comes from European retailer Play who confirmed tracks from the “classic” Dookie Green Day to newer, more political American Idiot offerings.

What’s more, the listing says Green Day members Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool all lent their digital likenesses to the game and provided full motion capture to bottle the band’s sometime zany on-stage antics appropriately.

And probably best of all, the game’s songs will be fully exportable to

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NEW YORK MAGAZINE

on April 03, 2010

Sipping soda with the bratty, poppy punkers as they prepare for their Broadway debut. It’s like “Tommy falling down the stairs and running into Hedwig!”

It’s been sixteen years since Green Day emerged from Oakland, California, with catchy top-40 punk songs about girlfriends, masturbation, and stoner slackerdom. But though the three still-boyish men are still dressed in Chucks, leather jackets, and skinny jeans and still sport tinted hair, they have matured a bit, drummer Tre Cool says to me while plopped on a couch at 119 Bar, on East 15th Street.

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