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Green Day – 8:45PM
Dog Party – 7:45PM
*Set times are approximate and subject to change without notice.
MAKE UP DATES ANNOUNCED
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees and Grammy Award-winning rock band Green Day will kick off their SOLD OUT U.S. club tour tonight in Columbus, OH at Newport Music Hall. The tour is in support of their upcoming 12th studio album, Revolution Radio, which will be released by Reprise Records on October 7th.
Green Day also announced make up dates for the three shows they postponed last week. Tickets for the original dates will be honored at these new dates. If you are unable to make the new date, please call Ticketmaster at 1.800.653.8000 to request a refund.
GREEN DAY POSTPONE FIRST THREE DATES OF UPCOMING NORTH AMERICAN CLUB TOUR AND CANCEL TORONTO APPEARANCE
LOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 18, 2016 – Green Day regretfully must postpone three of the first four dates of their upcoming tour and must cancel the Toronto appearance, all due to illness affecting several members of the band and its crew. The postponed dates are: St. Louis, MO on 9/20, Chicago, IL on 9/21; and Detroit, MI on 9/24. The show in Toronto, ONT on 9/23, where they were due to appear at the World Cup of Hockey Fan Village will be canceled. Schedule permitting, Green Day will make up all dates but Toronto, and tickets will be honored at the new dates.
“We’re so sad to announce we have to postpone three shows and cancel Toronto,” said the band. “Many of us have been battling this infection for days on end to be ready, and it just got the best of us”
Fans who would like to obtain a refund can do so from their original point of purchase. Stay tuned to www.Greenday.com for more info on the new tour dates.
Please note: Early Entry will not be performed. Halo Bar will open the doors to the venue at the same time as Main Doors & Suite 100 will not be giving out wristbands.
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