GREENDAY-SMALL SHOW-N’ MASSIVE GIGS!

VIVELEPUNK saw Greenday infront of 200 people at Londons Garage as they played as their 60s alter ego-the Foxboro Hot Tubs. Its was bloody marvellous! They have just announced  massive shows for next year-details below

 Green Day   Announce first outdoor shows since the release of Œ21st Century Breakdown¹; tour includes the band¹s first ever Wembley Stadium show     ³The fact that 20,000 people holler every word of American Idiot¹s rejection of a ³redneck agenda² is both exhilarating and encouragingŠ It¹s all perfectly pitched and unexpectedly fantastic² ­ The Guardian, 23/10/09, London O2   ³The beauty about this gang of gracefully grown-up punks is how they have mastered the art of making the orchestrated seem improvised and how they make every voice in the room feel like it¹s the most important² ­ Kerrang!, 20/10/09,  Belfast Odyssey Arena   ³Green Day¹s greatest accomplishment is the manner in which they¹ve constructed a supremely cohesive whole out of such seemingly disparate parts. The characters, themes and motifs that recur throughout 21st Century Breakdown are marshalled into an engrossing narrative that recalls both Bruce Springsteen and novelist Chuck Palahniuk² ­ Observer Music Monthly review of the Œ21st Century Breakdown¹ album       Green Day¹s recent sold-out tour wowed audiences with the band¹s inimitable combination of frenzied punk energy, theatrical flourishes and euphoric crowd participation. Reiterating their status as one of the world¹s most electrifying live bands, the shows featured a huge array of Green Day¹s hits including ŒBasket Case¹, ŒLongview¹, ŒGood Riddance (Time of Your Life)¹, ŒMinority¹, ŒAmerican Idiot¹, ŒWake Me Up When September Ends¹, ŒKnow Your Enemy¹ and ¹21 Guns.¹   Now Green Day can confirm their first UK stadium shows since their famous two-night stand at Milton Keynes National Bowl in 2005 that was later documented in their live album ŒBullet In A Bible¹. In addition to the two shows on these shores, the full details of which are as below, Green Day will also play the Parc des Princes in Paris on June 26th.   Wednesday 16 June 2010 Manchester Lancashire County Cricket Ground 0871 2200 260 / 0161 832 1111   Saturday 19 June 2010 London Wembley Stadium 020 7403 3331 / 0844 277 4321 / 020 7434 2222 / 020 7734 8932   Tickets for the shows go on sale at 9am, Friday 6th November at a price of £49.50 and £42.50 for London, and £39.50 for Manchester. They¹re available from the box office numbers listed above, the 24 hour credit card hotlines (0871 2200 260 / 0844 826 2826 / 0871 424 4444) and online at www.gigsandtours.com <http://www.gigsandtours.com/> , www.ticketmaster.co.uk <http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/>  and www.ticketline.co.uk <http://www.ticketline.co.uk/> .   Tickets are limited to six per applicant and under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.   Œ21st Century Breakdown¹ debuted at the top of the album charts on both sides of the Atlantic when it was released earlier this year. The album¹s title track will be released as a single on December 7th.   www.greenday.com <http://www.greenday.com/>

 

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