Green Day Announces U.S. Club Tour

Marina Chavez
Green Day

Green Day are used to rocking stadiums and arenas, but on their upcoming North American swing they're taking it back to clubs. The trio will kick-off their world jaunt in support of their upcoming 12th album, Revolution Radio (Oct. 7) by playing a series of intimate shows across the U.S. and Canada in September and October before hopping to Europe for arena dates.

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The North American portion of the tour kicks off on Sept. 20 in St. Louis at the 2,000-capacity Pageant, with dates booked in Chicago, Toronto, Detroit, Boston, New York and their hometown of Berkeley. Tickets will be available for by Idiot Nation members on Wednesday (Sept. 7) at 9 a.m. local venue time; the general on-sale will start Friday (Sept. 9) at 9 a.m. local time, click here for details.

Green Day North American tour dates:

9/20 -- St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant

9/21 -- Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom

9/23 -- Toronto, ON @ World Cup of Hockey 

9/24 -- Detroit, MI @Fillmore

9/26 -- Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall

9/28 -- Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Theater

9/29 -- Philadelphia, PA @ Tower Theatre

10/1 -- Boston, MA @ House of Blues

10/3 -- Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club

10/8 -- New York, NY @ Webster Hall

10/17 -- Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium

10/20 -- Berkeley, CA @ UC Theatre


Green Day returned to the top of the heap on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart last week with "Bang Bang" -- Revolution Radio's lead single, which jumped 5-1 on the tally dated Sept. 10.

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The song became Green Day's fourth No. 1 on the chart as the band completes its fastest rise to the top; "Bang Bang" reigns in just its third week, topping the trio's previous best, a five-week ascent for 2009's "Know Your Enemy." The new coronation is the fastest (from a chart debut) since Foo Fighters' "Something to Nothing" needed only two weeks in November 2014. Prior to the Foos, no song had taken three weeks or fewer since Metallica's "The Day That Never Comes" in 2008, meaning that Green Day's speedy sprint to the top is a rare achievement.