After canceling last month’s swing through Southeast Asia, pop punk legends Green Day announced today they will make it up with a slew of dates in 2021.
One of the biggest rock acts of all time, Green Day announced this morning they play eight Asian cities one year from now. Hopefully, the pandemic will have ended by then.
The new tour dates start March 13 in Manila before hitting Taipei (March 16), Hong Kong (March 19), Bangkok (March 21), Seoul (March 24), Tokyo (March 26-27), Osaka (March 29) and Singapore (April 1).
Any tickets bought for the canceled 2020 appearances will remain valid for the rescheduled dates, according to organizer Live Nation. More will go on sale at a later date.
Best known for hit songs like 21 Guns, American Idiot, Wake Me Up When September Ends and many more, the American rock band – consisting of members Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool – were founding members of the new punk scene of the early 1990s before hitting major mainstream success upon the release major label debut Dookie in 1994.