Green Day will drop in Tuesday (Oct. 11) at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theatre for a show that will be cybercast on AOL Music.
Green Day will drop in Tuesday (Oct. 11) at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theatre for a show that will be cybercast on AOL Music. Tickets go on sale tomorrow via Ticketmaster and the venue box office; members of the band's Idiot Club fan organization will also have a chance to win seats.
According to Green Day's Web site, the opening act will be the masked quintet the Network, whom many believe to actually be Green Day in disguise. The group released its debut album, "Money Money 2020," in 2003 on the indie label Adeline Records. The Network's message board has also recently been reactivated to deepen the mystery.
Another small venue show is on tap for Oct. 13 at the Warfield in San Francisco. Afterward, Green Day will make up previously postponed shows on Oct. 16 in Nashville and the next night in Dayton, Ohio.
Meanwhile, the band's upcoming live DVD "Bullet in a Bible" will be screened Nov. 1 at movie theaters throughout the country, with specific locations to be announced shortly on BigScreenConcerts.com.
On Nov. 12, three days before "Bullet" hits stores, MTV2 will air a one-hour highlight special from the DVD, which was taped earlier this year at the U.K.'s Milton Keynes National Bowl.