Green Day Rock New York City’s Webster Hall [Photos]
Green Day celebrated the release of their new album, Revolution Radio, with an intimate club show at New York City’s Webster Hall on Oct. 8. The band played a marathon set, mixing in a few new tracks alongside their classic tunes.
The set kicked off with “Know Your Enemy,” as frontman Billie Joe Armstrong brought an enthusiastic fan up onstage, giving her the mic for a minute before she stage dove back into the audience. The band then launched into “Bang Bang” and “Revolution Radio,” with fans already singing along to the brand-new songs.
Along with hits like “Longview,” “Basket Case” and “Minority,” the band played some deep cuts and other new songs like “Still Breathing” and “Ordinary World.”
Check out our exclusive photos of the Webster Hall gig above, and see the full setlist below. If you missed Green Day on their U.S. club tour, the band just announced a 2017 North American arena trek. See the dates here, and be sure to pick up Green Day’s new album, Revolution Radio, which is available now.
Green Day at Webster Hall (10/8/16) Setlist:
Know Your Enemy
Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Stuart and the Ave.
409 in Your Coffeemaker
One of My Lies
Nice Guys Finish Last
Hitchin’ a Ride
Are We the Waiting
King for a Day (with snippets of Shout, (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, and Hey Jude)
Jesus of Suburbia
Encore 2 (Billie Joe Armstrong solo acoustic):
Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)
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