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  • Green Day play the biggest show of their 'fucking lives' at London's Wembley Stadium

    American pop punk trio also get into the World Cup spirit

    The American punk pop trio played a mammoth two hour and 50 minute set from their 20 year backcatalogue featuring tracks and hits from seven of their eight albums as they peppered their set with pyrotechnics and shooting flames.

    Arriving onstage to huge cheers, drummer Tre Cool charged down the catwalk before launching his drumsticks onto the main stage as the band kicked off the show with '21st Century Breakdown' opener 'Song Of The Century'.

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    June 18, 2010

    Green Day will be coming home to the Shoreline Ampitheatre in San Francisco, CA on September 4th. The band will finish up the second leg of their U.S. Tour this Summer in their hometown with AFI before travelling to South America for the first time in nearly 10 years. Tickets will be $50 for reserved seats and $20 for the lawn. Just like all US Summer shows, these prices include all fees including parking. See you there!!!

    GREEN DAY - September 4th, 2010
    On Sale - June 19th @ 10am
    Shoreline Ampitheatre
    One Amphitheatre Parkway
    Mountain View, CA 94043
    (650) 967-3000

    US Summer Tour with

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  • What bands influenced you?Katelynn See, INDEPENDENCE, KY.
    A lot of Minneapolis bands like Hüsker Dü and the Replacements. After that, the Ramones, then the local punk-rock scene that we came from in Berkeley, Calif. There was this great compilation called Turn It Around! That was a pretty big record for me.

    Why do you never seem to age?Eldon Mills, CHESTERFIELD, ENGLAND
    [Laughs.] I definitely age. It's about trying to mentally keep yourself in a place where you're never resting on your laurels. That's the fountain of youth.

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  • The Original Broadway Cast Recording of "American Idiot" will be released on vinyl July 13th. Pre-order it: HERE.

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  • Nobody appreciates righteousness like John Robb. After seeing Green Day live at Manchester's Old Trafford stadium, he explains why they're still so thrilling - and the ultimate small town band

    In a blur of powerful anthemic songs, a stunning LED backdrop, hardcore rushes, massive ballads, serious commentary and daft stunts, Green Day arrive at the sold out 30,000 plus capacity Old Trafford cricket ground on a balmy Mancunian evening. It's a show of strength that seems to be beyond the mainstream media sense of belief.

    Their stunning show, almost two hours long, is 21st century rock &

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