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TURN IT AROUND: THE STORY OF EAST BAY PUNK PREMIERES TONIGHT AT 16th SF DOCFest

on May 31, 2017 - 10:56am

Roxie Theatre, Vogue Theater and Alamo Drafthouse New Mission in San Francisco

Returning to San Francisco for the 16th year, SF IndieFest is pleased to present the return of the San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest). For 16 days, SF DocFest will screen real life stories about rockʼnʼroll, activism, art, sport, animals, business, disability, the environment, spirituality and the just plain weird. Screenings will take place May 31 to June 15 at the Roxie Theater, Vogue Theater and the Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater in San Francisco.

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Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk Trailer

on May 25, 2017 - 5:48pm
The roots of East Bay punk rock go deep. 
 
Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk premieres May 31 in San Francisco, followed by screenings in cities across the U.S. in tandem with our Revolution Radio World Tour. Take a look ↓

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New Noise Magazine premiere of "If There Was Ever A Time" featured in the film Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk

on May 24, 2017 - 1:09am


Subscribe to New Noise Magazine now to start with issue #33 featuring an East Bay Punk cover drawn by Richie Bucher, who drew Green Day's iconic Dookie cover. The flexi features East Bay supergroup Armstrongs, made up of Billie Joe (Green Day), Tim (Rancid), Joey (SWMRS), and Rey Armstrong.
 
Grab it here: http://newnoisemagazine.com/subscribe
 
The song, "If There Was Ever A Time," is featured in the film Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk (https://eastbaypunk.com/).

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Green Day kicks off weekend of punk rock with a high-energy performance in Auckland

on May 14, 2017 - 1:34am

American punk rock band Green Day took to the Auckland's Spark Arena stage, for the first of two New Zealand performances.

 

REVIEW: It was stage diving, punk rock and "eff you Donald Trump" at American trio Green Day's opening Auckland concert on Saturday.

After three decades of performing, neither the group's anarchist spirit, nor its members' eyeliner, had faded.

Fans of all ages swarmed to Spark Arena, showing the long-standing love affair for the group -  and they didn't disappoint.

"I have no faith in politics but I have faith in love, the human heart," frontman Billie Joe Armstrong

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