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Green Day Add New Songs Into Setlist

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  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    Green Day added some new songs to their set list at their first 2017 European tour stop including a Rolling Stones cover. You’ll find the full set list below.

    Set List

    1. Know Your Enemy
    2. Bang Bang
    3. Revolution Radio
    4. Holiday
    5. Letterbomb
    6. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
    7. Longview
    8. Youngblood
    9. Welcome to Paradise
    10. Brain Stew
    11. Jaded
    12. Christie Road
    13. Burnout
    14. Scattered
    15. Hitchin’ a Ride
    16. Waiting
    17. Are We the Waiting
    18. St. Jimmy
    19. Basket Case
    20. She
    21. King for a Day
    22. Shout / (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
    23. Still Breathing
    24. When I Come Around
    25. Forever Now

    1. American Idiot
    2. Jesus of Suburbia
    Encore 2:

    1. Ordinary World
    2. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)

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  2. mattfreaksmeout

    Trusted Supporter

    Honestly pretty close to the Green Day setlist I would want. Hopefully it'll be similar to this when they come to Wrigley.
  3. heymattrick

    Denver, CO

    Doesn't look crazy different than what they've been playing lately...was hoping "Somewhere Now" and "Say Goodbye" from the new album would make the cut. Glad to see they're still playing "Letterbomb" and "Waiting"!
  4. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    I really want to see "Outlaws" on their new tour setlist at some point!
  5. OdeToTheSun


    Hope it's similar to this all the way in September when I see them. If so, I'll be VERY happy.
  6. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    Dredg username? Amazing
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  7. OdeToTheSun


    Yep! Catch Without Arms is my favorite album by them.
    My mom introduced me to them actually, haha.
  8. Steeeve Perry


    Amazing setlist! Never seen Christie Road or Burnout live. Or Warning for that matter, does anyone know why they don't play that in concert?
  9. Neon Light

    rage and love

    I can't get over how good Forever Now is live.
  10. SkyGrowsBigger


    Can someone please explain to me why they insist on playing King For A Day followed by Shout? They've been performing those two songs back to back for 15 years...
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  11. Neon Light

    rage and love

    The only possible explanation is that they enjoy it. No one else does that's for sure.
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  12. StoJa9


    The first time I heard "Forever Now" I was like this is going to be a concert closer for sure. Glad to see they agree!
  13. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    They shouldn't even be playing Know Your Enemy at all any more, but fuck opening with it, especially when Bang Bang would be such a good opening song.

    Awesome setlist besides that though, and they added Minority back into the set on the second night and added Nice Guys Finish Last too
  14. Neon Light

    rage and love

    It was a big mainstream single, of course they're going to play it. It's also pretty good live but agree it shouldn't be the opening song.
  15. Turkeylegz


    Seeing them twice this year far apart from each other. All i ask is for Christie Road once!
  16. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    That's Awesome, I got into them when El Cielo had just come out they opened for the Deftones and I left that show and couldn't stop talking about how awesome Dredg was
  17. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    "Know Your Enemy" is a terrible song, and even worse opener. Backing your post hard right now
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  18. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    "King For A Day" has run its course, agreed.
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  19. FrankieThe4th

    things have never been stranger Prestigious

    Counting Shout and Satisfaction as separate songs that's 30 tracks -- pretty awesome.
  20. domotime2

    It's an Albany Expression Prestigious

    Know your enemy blows but that's a good set
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  21. fredwordsmith

    Regular Supporter

    Don't understand all the hate for Know Your Enemy. It's a weaker single, sure, but it's rah-rah enough that it can kick off a show and provide fans of 21CB a single song; otherwise, nothing from that album makes the set.

    I don't disagree that Bang Bang would be a much better opener, but Green Day is in the lucky position of having almost any one of the songs on this setlist that would start the show like a bomb going off.
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  22. SkyGrowsBigger


    I'd take almost any song off 21CB over Know Your Enemy but the title track would be my choice if they're going to choose one.
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  23. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    Somewhere Now from the new album could make an awesome opener too, it would be quiet and then explode in the chorus like the title track from 21CBD did
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  24. princexero

    Let's Lead, Not Follow

    I saw the first concert of the world tour in Turin four days ago. It was a very good concert! I enjoyed waiting, letterbomb, jaded and forever now a lot!
    I'm just back from the Milan concert. It was a similar concert but they added 2000 light years away and minority.
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  25. Steeeve Perry


    I thought Green Day could do absolutely no wrong until Know Your Enemy dropped.