Green Day Tickets

Jul 29

Mon · 6:00 pm

Green Day

Nationals ParkWashington, DC

Aug 01

Thu · 5:30 pm

Green Day

Rogers CentreToronto, ON

Aug 03

TBD

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Parc Jean-DrapeauMontréal, QC

Aug 05

Mon · 6:00 pm

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Citi FieldQueens, NY

Aug 07

Wed · 6:00 pm

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Fenway ParkBoston, MA

Aug 09

Fri · 5:30 pm

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Citizens Bank ParkPhiladelphia, PA

Aug 10

Sat · 5:30 pm

Green Day

Hersheypark StadiumHershey, PA

Aug 13

Tue · 6:00 pm

Green Day

Wrigley FieldChicago, IL

Aug 15

Thu · 6:45 pm

Green Day

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre St LouisMaryland Heights, MO

Aug 17

Sat · 5:30 pm

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Target FieldMinneapolis, MN

Aug 20

Tue · 7:00 pm

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Azura AmphitheaterBonner Springs, KS

Aug 22

Thu · 6:00 pm

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Great American Ball ParkCincinnati, OH

Aug 24

Sat · 6:00 pm

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American Family FieldMilwaukee, WI

Aug 26

Mon · 6:45 pm

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PNC Music PavilionCharlotte, NC

Aug 28

Wed · 6:00 pm

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Truist ParkAtlanta, GA

Aug 30

Fri · 6:00 pm

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Geodis ParkNashville, TN

Sep 01

Sun · 5:30 pm

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PNC ParkPittsburgh, PA

Sep 04

Wed · 5:30 pm

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Comerica ParkDetroit, MI

Sep 07

Sat · 6:00 pm

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Coors FieldDenver, CO

Sep 10

Tue · 6:30 pm

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Germania Insurance AmphitheaterAustin, TX

Sep 11

Wed · 6:00 pm

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Globe Life FieldArlington, TX

Sep 14

Sat · 5:30 pm

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SoFi StadiumInglewood, CA

Sep 18

Wed · 5:30 pm

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Chase FieldPhoenix, AZ

Sep 20

Fri · 5:30 pm

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Oracle ParkSan Francisco, CA

Sep 23

Mon · 5:30 pm

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T-Mobile ParkSeattle, WA

Sep 25

Wed · 5:00 pm

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Providence ParkPortland, OR

Sep 28

Sat · 5:30 pm

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PETCO ParkSan Diego, CA

Jun 29

Sat · 4:30 pm

Green Day

Wembley StadiumLondon, England

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About Green Day

Formed in 1986 by Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt, Green Day emerged from the punk scene in Berkeley, California. Initially performing under the name "Sweet Children," the group adopted the moniker Green Day, slang for a day spent indulging in marijuana. 

Their early music was released on Lookout! Records, which set the foundation for their mainstream breakthrough. The band's major-label debut, Dookie, released in 1994, catapulted them into the spotlight, as people compared their vibe to the raw energy of classic punk bands like the Ramones, the Sex Pistols, and The Clash.

The band’s impact on music has been marked by both commercial success and critical acclaim. Dookie alone sold over 10 million copies in the U.S., signaling their substantial influence on 1990s punk rock. Their continued success was evident with albums like American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown, each securing the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart. 

After conquering everything from the DIY punk scene of Berkeley to the Broadway stage, Green Day continues to evolve while staying true to their punk rock roots. Their legacy transcends chart-topping albums and awards—they reignited the punk spirit for a generation, inspiring countless other musicians and leaving a lasting mark on the industry.

Green Day’s Setlist

Characterized by its high-energy sound and socially conscious lyrics, Green Day's music catalog represents a cornerstone of modern punk rock. The band has a knack for blending raw elements with pop sensibilities, creating songs that are both rebellious and widely accessible. 

Their tracks are impactful, but it's in their live performances that these songs take on a new dimension. Their shows are known for engaging audience interaction, turning each concert into a memorable event. Seeing Green Day live is an unforgettable experience, and these ten setlist standards are almost always part of it: 

  1. Longview

  2. Basket Case

  3. She

  4. Hitchin’ a Ride

  5. Knowledge (Operation Ivy cover)

  6. When I Come Around

  7. Welcome to Paradise

  8. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)

  9. Minority

  10. King for a Day

Live Moments That Made Headlines

Each performance listed here is not just a moment in their career but a significant event in the landscape of modern rock music, showcasing Green Day’s growth as a band and underscoring their influence on generations of music fans.

  • Woodstock '94 Mud Fight (August 1994): Green Day's performance at Woodstock '94 in Saugerties, New York, became legendary for the mud fight with the audience, symbolizing the band's raw, rebellious spirit and connection with their fans.

  • "American Idiot" Tour Launch (September 2004): The kickoff of the "American Idiot" tour at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles marked a new era for the band, promoting their groundbreaking album American Idiot. Included in the opening acts of this tour was the band Jimmy Eat World.

  • Epic "Bullet in a Bible" Recording (June 2005): Their newsworthy concert at Milton Keynes National Bowl in England was recorded for their live album, Bullet in a Bible, and captured the band at their peak.

  • "21st Century Breakdown" World Tour (July 2009): Starting the "21st Century Breakdown" tour at the Climate Pledge Arena (formerly KeyArena) in Seattle, the band showcased their ambitious album 21st Century Breakdown, noted for its grand narrative and musical experimentation. Opening acts included Paramore, Massacre, and AFI.

  • Induction into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (April 2015): Their performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at Public Hall in Cleveland celebrated their contributions to music and solidified their legacy.

Green Day Collaborations

Green Day has ventured into various collaborative projects throughout their career. These joint efforts reflect the band's distinctive punk rock ethos while enabling them to step outside of the genre. The following projects exemplified how their signature style was used to complement the distinct sounds of their musical partners: 

  • U2 (2006): Green Day and U2 collaborated on "The Saints Are Coming," originally by The Skids, for the U218 Singles album. This project was part of an effort to support Hurricane Katrina victims, blending U2's rock with Green Day's punk flair for a good cause.

  • Miranda Lambert (2014): "Ordinary World," from Green Day's Revolution Radio, was reimagined as a duet with country artist Miranda Lambert. The track combined Green Day’s edge with Lambert’s country sensibilities, producing a touching version reminiscent of the folk-rock era of the 1960s and 70s.

  • Iggy Pop (1996): Green Day worked with Iggy Pop on "Private Hell," a track from Pop's album, Skull Ring. This collaboration melded Green Day's rebellious energy with Iggy Pop's garage-rock style, creating a unique punk-rock fusion.

  • The Lonely Island (2011): "I Run NY" saw Billie Joe Armstrong stepping into comedic and satirical territory on The Wack Album with the Lonely Island. Fans of both were perplexed by and pleased with the result, depending on who you ask. Either way, it got people talking!

  • Norah Jones (2013): In a unique pairing, Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones collaborated on the album Foreverly, a fresh interpretation of The Everly Brothers' Songs Our Daddy Taught Us. Their two styles merged in an unexpected but synergetic way.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do Green Day concerts last?

The length of Green Day concerts varies based the the lineup. Their set alone can last 2 hours. They usually perform 20-25 songs during the regular set, with 3-4 songs added as an encore.

Are Green Day tickets sold out?

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Does Green Day tour?

Green Day tours, so catch them when you can! They have shared the stage with incredible artists, including Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, Jimmy Eat World, Iggy Pop, Joan Jett, and The Black Keys

Who are Green Day’s stage influences?

Green Day draws inspiration from a diverse range of artists. They have cited the Ramones, the Sex Pistols, Nirvana, and the Clash as influences for their punk spirit, rebellious nature, and stage presence.

What is the best place to buy Green Day concert tickets?

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Are there any age restrictions for Green Day concerts?

Green Day is known for using explicit language and adult themes, but their shows are usually open to all ages. Check individual venues for specific details, as restrictions vary. 

Are outside food or beverages permitted inside the venue for a Green Day concert?

Food and drink policies as well as other rules and restrictions vary by venue. Before packing up for your Green Day concert, check the venue’s official website for information on what is and isn’t allowed.

How much are Green Day tickets?

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