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Green Day is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 32.
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One of the most prominent punk bands on the scene today, Green Day has been incredibly active over the past several years. After a major revivial following the release of its 2004 album American Idiot, lead man Billy Joe Armstrong turned it into a musical. Then, in 2012, the band released a trio of albums within a few months of each other, with a tour to match. Green Day tickets are available for the band's current tour in promotion of their 12th studio album, Revolution Radio.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Green Day: Whole Lotta Heart for St Patrick's Day My son and I had the best St Patrick's Day ever at the DCU with Green Day. We've loved the band since back in the 90's and they can still bring the same energy to a show. The venue was great and the seats were terrific. Even though we were in the 3rd level up my son actually caught a t-shirt! Thanks Green Day for rocking our St. Patrick's Day.
Date published: 2017-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Greeen Day Rocks! This was the second time within a year that I saw Green Day Live. They don't disappoint. The lights and pyrotechnics were awesome! I brought my daughter who is turning 16 because Green Day is her favorite band. This was her first rock concert ever and she'll never forget it. The crowd was great. Young, old. I loved when they picked a kid out of the audience and had him play guitar and then gave it to him. This is one of the best shows I have ever attended!
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Against Me! Kept it from being a 5. (2/5) Against Me! Didn't introduce themselves, so I had no idea who they were. Their audio was poor, making them nearly impossible to understand. (Maybe they did introduce themselves?). Crowd involvement was poor. He was also completely unrelatable. "These security guards are an illusion." No, pal. They are exactly not an illusion. They are real. (5/5) Green Day more than made up for it though. They were fantastic. Enjoyed every minute.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outrageous concert The first concert I attended was The Rolling Stones in the late 1960's. At 61, I have stopped counting the number of concerts I have experienced. I first attended a Green Day concert several years ago at PNC Arts Center in NJ. Last week we attended Green Day's concert at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, NY. I have come to the conclusion that Green Day is the greatest rock n roll band ever!!!!
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sounded great but couldn't see anything. I wanted to surprise my 11 year old for his birthday with tix to see his favorite band. I got him floor tickets. Not realizing that was behind some tiger pit. The pit wasn't even an option when I bought my son's tickets even though there were tickets available for it the same day as the concert. So he couldn't see his favorite band play his favorite songs. ☹️
Date published: 2017-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible Show! This was my son's first concert and for me one of a long list. My son was completely blown away! He loved every minute of it. He knows all their songs and they performed all his favorites. I could have done without the political commentary and I prefer a lot less audience participation, I paid to hear Green Day, not an arena full of off-key fans.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from First time in Green Bay The band played well. Great venue. Too much political opinion for my tastes. Musicians should keep their opinions to themselves, and just play music leave the politics out. I really don't care if a band is democrat or republican I don't want to hear about it. I come to hear music .
Date published: 2017-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing concert They energy was high voltage from the first song to the last, the band and the audience; they kept us so engaged. The music was as expected, fabulous: sound, played all they old stuff, great new stuff. Their lyrics seemed more relevant today than ever. Loved, loved, loved it!!!
Date published: 2017-03-22
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Green Day

Current Tour:Revolution Radio
Discography:39/Smooth (1990)
Kerplunk (1992)
Dookie (1994)
Insomniac (1995)
Nimrod (1997)
Warning (2000)
American Idiot (2004)
21st Century Breakdown (2009)
¡Uno! (2014)
¡Dos! (2012)
¡Tré! (2004)
Revolution Radio (2016)

About Green Day

Originally members of a band called Sweet Children, Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt formed Green Day when they were 17 years old in East Bay, California. The punk rock group played gigs at 924 Gilman Street and made their debut in 1990 with 39/Smooth, an alternative album. Embraced by bands such as No Doubt, Coldplay, and Phish, alternative music features fast songs and subversive lyrics and Green Day, who supposedly named their band after marijuana, fit right in. Originally, John Kiffmeyer played the drums under the name Al Sobrante, but he left to attend college and Frank Edwin Wright III, known as Tré Cool, replaced him in time for their next album, Kerplunk!

After initial success in the independent punk industry, the band had the chance to join a major label, Reprise Records, and play Green Day concerts all over the world. Signing a contract with Reprise, they released Dookie in 1994, and alternative music fans loved "Basket Case" and "When I Come Around". Concert tickets sold quickly as the punk rockers appeared at Woodstock and Lollapalooza, and MTV played their music videos often. As old school bands like The Who and the Sex Pistols retired, Green Day revived punk rock and led to new alternative groups such as Fall Out Boy, Blink-182, Kings of Leon, and My Chemical Romance.

Along with Nirvana and Pearl Jam, Green Day inspired thousands of punk music fans. Although the group faced a slow period while recording albums like Insomniac and Nimrod, they made a huge comeback with American Idiot in 2004. Winning a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album, the rock opera explored three characters called Jesus of Suburbia, St. Jimmy, and Whatsername. With songs like "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and "Wake Me Up When September Ends," American Idiot lyrics focus on politics, pop culture, and social issues, and the album sparked a run of Green Day tour dates with concerts in Europe, Australia, and Japan.

In addition to inventing Jesus of Suburbia, Armstrong has played in Pinhead Gunpowder and other bands. Using aliases like Captain Underpants, he formed a new wave crew called The Network in 2003. After releasing Money Money 2020, The Network began working on a new song, "Omega 3000." In 2007, the group created a secret rock and roll band called Foxoboro Hot Tubs with the Reverend Strychnine Twitch, and the Hot Tubs released Stop Drop and Roll!!! Despite their side projects, Mike Dirnt and the band kept performing as Green Day, and they released a new rock opera called 21st Century Breakdown in May of 2009. In 2012, the band released a trio of related albums, named Uno!, Dos, and Tré