Green Day Announce Huge US Tour

The pop punk legends will perform 28 shows in 2012/2013.

Green Day Announce Huge US Tour
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Given that Green Day are set to release three new albums between now and January of next year, it was not unexpected that the band would be heading out on the road. According to NME.com the band has announced a mammoth tour of the United States and Canada to begin on November 26th. The tour, which will comprise 28 dates, will take the band through until February 8th. The full tour itinerary is as follows: 11/26 - Seattle - Paramount Theater 11/27 - Kennewick - Toyota Center 11/29 - Salem Armory - Auditorium 12/01 - Sacramento - Memorial Auditorium 12/02 - Reno Grand Sierra - Resort Grand Theatre 12/04 - Santa Cruz - Civic Auditorium 12/10 - Tempe - Marquee Theatre 01/07 - Green Bay - Resch Arena 01/08 - Rosemont - Allstate Arena 01/10 - Wilkes-Barre - Mohegan Sun Arena 01/11 - Penn State College, PA - Bryce Jordan Center 01/13 - Rochester Blue Cross Arena 01/14 - Pittsburgh - Consol Energy Center 01/16 - Brooklyn - Barclays Center 01/18 - Manchester - Verizon Wireless Arena 01/19 - Uncasville - Mohegan Sun Arena 01/21 - Fairfax - Patriot Center 01/22 - Philadelphia - Liacourias Center 01/24 - Providence - Dunkin Donuts Center 01/25 - Portland - Cumberland Civic Center 01/27 - Quebec City - Colisee Pepsi Arena 01/29 - Toronto - Air Canada Centre 01/30 - Cleveland - Wolstein Center 02/01 - Moline - Wireless Center 02/02 - Madison - Alliant Energy Center 02/04 - Omaha - CenturyLink Arena 02/06 - Broomfield - 1STBANK Center 02/08 - Las Vegas - MGM Grand Garden Arena The band has also announced a huge UK summer show for 2013. They will be headlining London's 60,000 capacity Emirates Stadium on June 1st. The first of the band's three new albums, "¡Uno!" comes out on September 24. "¡Dos!", will follow on November 12 and "¡Tré!" on January 14, 2013. The third new single from "¡Uno!", "Let Yourself Go", was recently released online:

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    !zAck
    Did it occur to anyone that 28 dates still isn't huge?! haha
    bearmod
    28 shows doesn't really seem like a "huge" tour as the title implies.
    Jazzmandtk
    They then take it a step further and refer to it as a "mammoth" tour. Classic
    bearmod
    Lol, I didn't even see that. UG should go look up the "This Is War" from 30 Seconds to Mars and then post an article about "mammoth" and "huge" tours.
    Floyd Phoenix
    28 dates is actually pretty tiny in comparison with some recent world tours....
    Brewah43
    Yeah.... BFMV did like a 1year tour and ADTR did a long ass one for there Homesick album.
    AcdcTXfan
    28 dates is not "huge." Again UG with the misleading titles.... But I would expect more shows to come. After all, there's no Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, North or South Carolina, and a few other states that tours usually hit.
    Rob E
    28 dates? what happened to 3,000?
    TJ1991
    Did it occur to you Mike may have been exaggerating when he said that? And in any case, this is no doubt just one leg of what will be a massive world tour. No one announces every single date of a world tour in one go.
    Pierfrittella
    oh billy are you sure you can do such a huge tour? hope you won't be sick like you were in bologna that ****ing sunday two weeks ago.
    elcapitan1800
    Wow hitting some smaller NW towns. Salem and Kennewick? Kudos to that, Salem Armory Auditorium only holds 2000 people