Green Day: two dates in France in 2024

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The American punk-rock trio Green Day announces two dates in France in 2024 in Paris and Lyon, which will combine new releases and celebrations.

After announcing an intimate concert at the Bataclan, which was immediately filled, Green Day is preparing to do it again, this time in huge venues across Europe. So, the trio led by Billie Joe Armstrong will meet you on June 5 at the LDLC Arena (Lyon) and on the 18th at the Accor Arena (Paris). The Interrupters will be responsible for opening for these two French dates. Tickets will be available for pre-sale on November 7 for people who have pre-ordered the group’s next album. See you on November 10 at 10:30 a.m. for general ticket sales.

This tour will be an opportunity for the Californian trio to present Saviors, his next studio album, which will be released on January 19, 2024. A first single, “The American Dream Is Killing Me”, is already available. Another extract, “Look Ma, No Brains!”, was also performed on stage in the United States, before being presented as a single this Thursday, November 2. Discover its music video, directed by Ryan Baxley, via the player below:

In addition to presenting Saviors, Green Day will be careful to satisfy its old school fans. Indeed, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool plan to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dookiewhich was recently reissued, and the 20 years ofAmerican Idiot during these upcoming concerts.


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