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  • The Festival's closing weekend kicked up several notches with a surprise Green Day/Joan Jett performance inside the Festival Hub.

    As it is every year, music was a recurring attraction throughout the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. And like the Festival’s dedication to representing diversity behind the camera, with its plethora of women directors and filmmakers from around the world, Tribeca 2016 celebrated a variety of audio pleasures.

    For hip-hop heads, Alicia Keys debuted new music and gave one hell of a performance inside the Highline Ballroom on the day Prince died, and the documentary Bad

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  • A New Jersey high school is testing a new pilot production of the edgy, politically charged Broadway rock musical that has members of the original Broadway creative team involved.

    Tony winner Michael Mayer, American Idiot's co-book writer and original director, worked on the new high school adaptation of the show that will premiere April 14-17 at the Jonathan Dayton High School in Springfield, NJ.

    Green Day provided the score to the musical, based on the album of the same title, that features lyrics by Billie Joe Armstrong, who co-authored the musical's book.

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  • Idiot Nation Members:

    We have five pairs of tickets to giveaway to attend the screening of Geezer at the Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday, April 23. There will be a performance by Billie Joe after the screening. The screening and performance will be all ages. 

    Login now to enter at www.gdidiotnation.com

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  • Own a piece of rock history when you take home this guitar signed by Green Day!

    This Fender Squier Guitar was signed by Billie Joe Armstrong, Tré Cool and Mike Dirnt​ on March 17, 2016.

    Donated by: Green Day

    Bid at CharityBuzz.com: HERE

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  • Perry (Billie Joe Armstrong) is a happily married father of two living a comfortable but sedate life in the suburbs. On the occasion of his 40th birthday, he seeks to revisit his former life as the lead singer in a popular punk band though his middle-aged reality quickly (and hilariously) clashes with the indulgences of his youth.

    Director: Lee Kirk
    Screenwriter: Lee Kirk
    Producer: Tim Perell, Alex A. Ginzburg and Tony Lee
    Editor: Stephen Haren
    Cinematographer: Scott Miller
    Composer: Dickon Hinchliffe
    Co-Producer: Becky Glupczynski
    Cast: Billie Joe Armstrong, Fred Armisen, Judy Greer, Selma Blair,

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