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  • The US punk band also played their 1994 album 'Dookie' in full
     

    Green Day played the second of their two Reading and Leeds festival headline slots tonight (August 24), topping the bill on the main stage at Leeds' Bramham Park site.

    Armstrong then introduced 'Know Your Enemy' by yelling out the song title before pulling up a member of the audience to sing part of the song and then instructing the volunteer to stagedive back into the crowd. As the band kicked into 'Stay The Night', the singer then told the crowd they were "way louder than Reading" to huge cheers.

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  • Green Day are confirmed for the 2014 Soundwave Festival in Australia!

    SATURDAY 22 FEBRUARY – Soundwave Festival Brisbane - RNA Showgrounds, 600 Gregory Terrace Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
    SUNDAY 23 FEBRUARY – Soundwave Festival Sydney -  Sydney Showground, Grand Parade  Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
    FRIDAY 28 FEBRUARY – Soundwave Festival Melbourne - Flemington Racecourse, 448 Epsom Rd, Flemington VIC 3031
    SATURDAY 1 MARCH – Soundwave Festival Adelaide - Bonython Park, Port Rd, Adelaide SA 5000
    MONDAY 3 MARCH, Soundwave Festival Perth - Claremont Showgrounds, 1 Graylands Road Claremont WA  6010

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  • Wake me up when September ends - BROADWAY IDIOT HAS A RELEASE DATE!
    The film will open with an exclusive theatrical engagement in New York starting October 11th.
    On October 18th, the film will be AVAILABLE IN THEATERS AND ON DEMAND EVERYWHERE IN THE US AND CANADA.
    That means iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox, Playstation, Google Play, Cinemanow, Vudu and Movies on Demand through your local cable provider.

    Details on where you can see Broadway Idiot in a theater to come soon!

    More at BroadwayIdiot.com: HERE

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  • REVIEW: Rockers warm-up for Reading & Leeds with awesome 30-song set...

    Having smashed the Emirates Stadium attendance record earlier this summer, tickets to see Green Day at the 5,000-capacity Brixton Academy were the hottest in town.

    This weekend they headline the mighty Reading & Leeds Festivals, but by the end of this incredible warm-up gig frontman Billie Joe Armstrong admitted "I think this is better".
     
    Feeling: After a great support set from Frank Turner, you really could feel the excitement.
     
    At 8:30 the lights go down and Queen classic Bohemian Rhapsody blasts out in full, with
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  • From Idiot Nation:

    Look for Jason White to appear on an upcoming episode of The Jeff Matika Show. Now is your chance to submit questions to Jason on the Idiot Nation forum. Login and post your questions in the thread "Q&A with Jason White" and we will pick the best ones to send to the show. You have until Friday, get crackin'!

    Login to Idiot Nation to submit your questions: HERE

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