Green Day answer your questions in the new KERRANG!: HERE
Check out the new and improved GreenDay.com photo gallery: HERE
Photos from recent gigs in Germany, France, UK, Japan, and Los Angeles have all been added!
Look for Green Day to help kick off Ellen's 10th Season of The Ellen DeGeneres Show on September 27!
Look for the new September issue of Rolling Stone Italy: HERE
Listen up LA Idiots!
We got word that they are currently casting 250 diehard fans to be part of the Green Day VMA Performance!
If chosen, you will watch the 2012 VMA's from the Main Pit AND participate in Green Day's performance.
We have a secret code that gives our members PRIORITY. Here are the deets:
Show: MTV VMA 2012 - Green Day Performance
Date: September 06, 2012
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Age: 18 +
Login to Idiot Club for the full scoop: HERE
Green Day’s ‘secret’ Reading set! Foo Fighters’ epic two-and-a-half hour Leeds show! And another 23 moments that rocked Reading and Leeds Festivals, with live reports on The Vaccines, Bombay, Two Door, Kasabian, Florence, Crystal Castles, The Cure and Odd Future, backstage banter, Fred Spector meeting his indie hero… and what you lot got up to over the course of a weekend to remember.
Read more at NME: HERE
Green Day will be performing at Emirates Stadium, London - June 1, 2013. Tickets onsale September 28, 2012 at 9:30am Stay tuned for more info
Login to Idiot Club now to watch part 2 of Mike Dirnt answering fan club questions: HERE
August 25, 2012Green Day brought Reading Festival to a standstill today (August 25) as they played a surprise set on the NME/Radio 1 Stage.The band had been rumoured to perform at 12pm and were thought to be playing their 1994 album 'Dookie' from start to finish. However, their set actually began at 11am and was only confirmed when frontman Billie Joe Armstrong took to Twitter to say so, writing: "Green day - READING FESTIVAL CONFIRMED!! On stage in 45 minutes! In the NME / RADIO 1 tent. 11am!! Be there!"Such was the demand to get in that the organisers were forced to seal off access to the