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  • We're back again with presales tomorrow for Green Day's upcoming North American tour with AFI this summer that you just can't miss! We have Idiot Club's opportunity to purchase presale tickets beginning TOMORROW Tuesday, March 30 starting at 12:00pm Local Venue Time via Ticketmaster (coupon code required).

    Coupon codes will be required to purchase these presale tickets via Ticketmaster Ticketing for the shows listed below. If you already received a coupon code, please use that code for this and any upcoming Ticketmaster presales.

    8/03/10         Susquehanna Bank Center  (Camden, NJ)

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  • In the new issue of Kerrang! magazine, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong got fans salivating when he let it slip that the band was already working on songs for the follow-up to 2009's 21st Century Breakdown.

    "We did some demos in Berlin, some in Stockholm, some just outside of Glasgow and some in Amsterdam," Armstrong told the magazine. "We wanted to get [the songs] down in some early form."

    From the sound of things, GD were looking to get something out sooner rather than later, a far cry from the two-plus years they spent working on Breakdown.

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    March 27, 2010

    Listen to Out of the Box this Sunday, March 28th at 9pm when our special guests will be the one and only Green Day!

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  • MTV is proud to present the Exclusive Global Premiere of Green Day's latest video, "Last Of The American Girls" from the multi platinum album '21st Century Breakdown', on Thursday, April 1st, 2010. The band is about to embark on a worldwide stadium tour which will see them playing to hundreds of thousands of fans around the globe!

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    March 24, 2010

    Green Day Say Broadway 'American Idiot' Isn't 'A Rated-PG Affair'

    'We're kind of overwhelmed a little bit,' Billie Joe Armstrong says of Broadway debut.

    On Wednesday at New York's St. James Theatre, previews finally began on Green Day's long-in-the-works "American Idiot" musical, which bowed last year at Berkeley Repertory Theater and then underwent some tinkering before making its way to Broadway.

    And even for a band that's toured the world, sold millions of albums and seen pretty much everything, the Great White Way was a tad bit intimidating.

    "We're kind of overwhelmed a little bit

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