Green Day will be hitting the road next year together with American rock band Weezer and Fall Out Boy. Tickets will go on sale on 20 September at 10am local time.
Three years after the release of their latest album Revolution Radio, Green Day will be finally returning to Europe for a summer tour together with Weezer and Fall Out Boy. Their upcoming tour will pass through many European countries including France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, the United Kingdom and Ireland. In addition, they will also release new music.
Weezer performed at many festivals this summer including NOS Alive, Bilbao BBK and Rock Werchter. For Fall Out Boy their shows at the upcoming tour will be the first in Europe since 2018.
You can see the announcement below:
Weezer are an American rock band from Los Angeles. At the moment, three of the founding members are playing in the group. Their albums Weezer and Pinkerton have been important and influential albums in the 90s and 00s alternative rock scene. In total, they have released more than 10 albums, ranging from alternative rock to power pop, pop punk and indie. In 2019, the band released two studio albums with one of them composed entirely of cover songs. You can hear the lead single of their latest release in the video above.
Green Day are an American rock band formed in 1986. Their debut studio album 39/Smooth was released in 1990. However, their major label debut happened with the release of their third studio album Dookie in 1994, through Reprise Records. The album is considered to be a milestone in Green Day’s career, selling ten million copies in the U.S alone at the time. Their seventh album American Idiot released in 2004, can be characterized as a career comeback for the band after a period of decreased success. The band has also won five Grammy Awards, while in 2015 they were also inducted into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Green Day are considered today together with Bad Religion, Rancid and The Offspring as one of the best bands of the California punk scene that achieved large-scale success in the early 90s.
For more information, you can visit the band’s official website.