Metallica, Green Day, Royal Blood, Lorna Shore, Etc. Set For 2022 Lollapalooza Festival

The lineup has been revealed for this year’s Lollapalooza festival. The event will take place at Grant Park in Chicago, IL on July 28-31 and it will feature several rock/metal artists including: Metallica, Green Day, Royal Blood, Lorna Shore, Turnstile, Idles, Måneskin, and Meet Me @ The Alter. Jane’s Addiction will also serve as “special guests” at the festival. The full lineup can be found in the below poster:

Green Day Cancel Moscow, Russia Show

Green Day have cancelled their upcoming show in Moscow, Russia in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The band commented:

“With heavy hearts, in light of current events we feel it is necessary to cancel our upcoming show in Moscow at Spartak Stadium. We are aware that this moment is not about stadium rock shows, it’s much bigger than that. But we also know that rock and roll is forever and we feel confident there will be a time and a place for us to return in the future. Refunds available at the point of purchase. Stay safe.”

Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Halsey, Etc. Set For 2022 Firefly Music Festival

The lineup has been revealed for this year’s Firefly Music Festival. The event will take place at The Woodlands in Dover, DE and it will feature the following (in alphabetical order): 100 gecs, Alexander 23, All Time Low, Anna Of The North, AmyElle, Ashnikko, Avril Lavigne, Bakar, Bankrol Hayden, Benny The Butcher, Big Sean, Bleachers, Casmalia, Chai, Charli XCX, Chloe Moriondo, Cloonee, Cochise, Cold War Kids, Conan Gray, Cordae, Daisy The Great, Dayglow, Dorian Electra, Dua Lipa, Elderbrook, Emmy Meli, Ezra Furman, Flor, Ford., GAYLE, Girl Talk, Green Day, Gryffin, Gunna, Gus Dapperton, Halsey, Indigo De Souza, Jamie xx, John Summit, Jordana, Jungle, Little Simz, Loud Luxury, Lucii, Mallrat, Manchester Orchestra, Mannequin Pussy, Matt Maeson, Mod Sun, My Chemical Romance, Neil Frances, Phantoms, Porter Robinson, Princess Nokia, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Renforshort, Sadie Jean, SAINt JHN, San Holo, SEB, Ship Wrek, Spill Tab, Sueco, The Backseat Lovers, The Brook & The Bluff, The Head And The Heart, The Kid LAROI, The Regrettes, Tsu Nami, VNSSA, Wax Motif, Weezer, Wenzday, Weston Estate, Whipped Cream, Willow, Wolf Alice, Yung Bae, Yungblud, and Zedd.

Green Day To Perform AT “Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest”

Green Day are among the artists who are set to perform at the “Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest.” The event will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA on February 10-12 and it will feature the following:

02/10: Halsey and Machine Gun Kelly
02/11: Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Mickey Guyton
02/12: Green Day and Miley Cyrus

The festival will take place before the Super Bowl, which is scheduled to take place at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, CA on February 13.

Green Day, Nine Inch Nails, My Morning Jacket, Etc. Set For 2022 Shaky Knees Festival

The lineup has been revealed for next year’s Shaky Knees Festival. The event will take place at Central Park in Atlanta, GA on April 29 to May 1 and it will feature: Green Day, Nine Inch Nails, My Morning Jacket, Billy Idol, Highly Suspect, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard, Biffy Clyro, Dirty Honey, Angel Du$t, and more.

Green Day, Incubus, 311, Etc. Set For 2022 Innings Festival In Tampa, FL

The lineup has been revealed for the 2022 Innings Festival In Tampa, FL. The event will take place at Raymond James Stadium on March 19-20 and it will feature the following:

March 19: Green Day, Incubus, 311, Jimmy Eat World, Highly Suspect, Wolf Alice, David Duchovny, The Beaches, and We Are Scientists.

March 20: The Lumineers, Khruangbin, Nathanial Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Goo Goo Dolls, O.A.R., Skip Marley, Neon Trees, Liz Cooper, and an “All-Star Baseball Jam”

Green Day To Release “The BBC Sessions” Live Album In December

Green Day will be releasing a new live album titled “The BBC Sessions” on December 10. The effort will feature 16 tracks that were recorded at London’s Maida Vale Studios between 1994 and 2001. The first single, a 1994 live version of “2000 Light Years Away,” can be found below:

“The BBC Sessions” Track Listing:

01. “She” (Live at the BBC June 8 1994)
02. “When I Come Around” (Live at the BBC June 8 1994)
03. “Basket Case” (Live at the BBC June 8 1994)
04. “2000 Light Years Away” (Live at the BBC June 8 1994)
05. “Geek Stink Breath” (Live at the BBC November 3 1996)
06. “Brain Stew/Jaded” (Live at the BBC November 3 1996)
07. “Walking Contradiction” (Live at the BBC November 3 1996)
08. “Stuck With Me” (Live at the BBC November 3 1996)
09. “Hitchin’ A Ride” (Live at the BBC February 12 1998)
10. “Nice Guys Finish Last” (Live at the BBC February 12 1998)
11. “Prosthetic Head” (Live at the BBC February 12 1998)
12. “Redundant” (Live at the BBC February 12 1998)
13. “Castaway” (Live at the BBC August 28 2001)
14. “Church On Sunday” (Live at the BBC August 28 2001)
15. “Minority” (Live at the BBC August 28 2001)
16. “Waiting” (Live at the BBC August 28 2001)

Green Day Premiere Video For Live Cover Of KISS’ “Rock And Roll All Nite”

Green Day have premiered a new video for their cover of KISS’ “Rock And Roll All Nite.” That track was recorded live during the band’s recent “Hella Mega Tour” with Fall Out Boy and Weezer. The group commented:

“Even though the Hella Mega Tour is over (for now), we want to keep partying every day 🎉🎉 which is why we’re dropping our live version of “Rock and Roll All Nite” right here, right now!! “

Concert Review: Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer, And The Interrupters Rock Oracle Park In San Francisco, CA

Last night (August 27), Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer, and The Interrupters brought their “Hella Mega” tour to Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA. The show was one of the biggest Bay Area concerts since the start of the pandemic and it was nothing short of incredible.

The Interrupters opened the show with a fun ska punk set. The short, energetic performance helped set the tone for the evening and those who showed up early were not disappointed. Some highlights from their set included “She’s Kerosene” and a rockin’ cover of Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy.”

After The Interrupters, it was time for Weezer to take the stage. The band really got things going with shredding songs from their latest album “Van Weezer” mixed with all of their hits. The crowd really went nuts for tracks like “Hash Pipe,” “Say It Ain’t So,” “Buddy Holly,” and the band’s cover of Toto’s “Africa,” which all turned into giant singalongs. By the time they finished, the audience was already at a high that only extended when Fall Out Boy took the stage.

Fall Out Boy were especially impressive with a set full of hit songs backed by cool visuals and massive amounts of pyro. Pete Wentz even performed with a flame throwing bass, reminiscent of the one famously used by Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx, while frontman Patrick Stump performed some tracks on a flaming piano. The band were one of the most entertaining acts of the night, keeping everyone dancing with hits like “Uma Thurman,” “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up),” “Dance, Dance,” “Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down,” “Thnks fr the Mmrs,” and “This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race.”

As soon as Fall Out Boy were done, it was time for the most explosive band of the night, the Bay Area’s own Green Day. The group kicked off the high-octane set with “American Idiot” much to the delight of the audience. Before finishing up the song, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong encouraged everyone to put their phones away, saying that we spent all of quarantine on our devices and that it was time to be together. From there, the group powered through “Holiday” and “Know Your Enemy,” before playing their newest single “Pollyanna,” which promised that “everything’s gonna be alright” in these unprecedented times. From there, it was just hit after hit with songs like “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams,” which saw the crowd light up the whole stadium with their phones, “Longview,” which sent everyone into a frenzy with Mike Dirnt’s iconic bass line, and “Basket Case,” which had everyone in full-on party mode. Aside from those tracks, other highlights included ballads like “21 Guns” and “Wake Me Up When September Ends,” rockers like “Minority,” and the group’s nine-minute epic “Jesus Of Suburbia.” The show appropriately wrapped up with “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)” and a blast of fireworks.

All in all, it was an amazing show full of great music that helped bring everyone together, while also providing a much needed escape from the outside world.