Green Day is hitting the road with some lighter fare than its most recent rock operas have offered. This year, the tour is all about the music, with new tunes from their release “Uno” to be followed within weeks by “Dos” and “Tres.” Fresh and fun, without giving up an ounce of their punk look or sound, Green Day is proving that they still have what it takes to rock stages from coast to coast. With a national tour hitting most of the major cities across the country, as well as a few scattered dates for friends to the north in Canada, this is the time to get your discount Green Day tickets to see your favorite punk band in action.
The Beginning of Discount Green Day Tickets
Green Day was originally formed by childhood friends Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt. The pair recruited drummer John Kiffmeyer to round out the band, and recorded its debut release, “1,000 Hours.” Kiffmeyer left the group shortly after, and was replaced by Tre Cool – this is the trio that has made up Green Day for more than two decades. The group enjoyed underground success with its second album release “Kerplunk,” and has since released seven successful albums, with two more scheduled for release within the next few months.
In addition to the success of most of their albums, Green Day has also seen success with the production of their rock musical, “American Idiot,” based on the story told through the album with the same name. “American Idiot debuted on Broadway the end of 2009, which ramped up discount Green Day tickets for both the show and live concerts by the band. This year, cheap Green Day ticket holders are getting a treat with another live tour featuring many of the bands classic hits, as well as plenty of new music.
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The recent release of “Uno” has given the band additional material for live concert events, and has been well received by fans across the country. More music is soon to follow, ensuring those that purchase discount Green Day tickets this year will get an entertaining mix of old and new, wrapped up in the band’s decided punk sound that has resonated with fans for decades.