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It isn't surprising that Green Day concert tickets typically sell out quickly. This legendary punk band puts on an exciting, hard core show that leaves its fans dripping in sweat and exhausted by the end of every show. The band first came together in 1987 in Berkeley, California. Members of this now legendary American punk band include lead singer and guitarist, Billie Joe Armstrong and bassist Mike Dirnt. The band's current drummer is Tre Cool, who has been with the band since 1990. Green Day's original drummer was John Kiffmeyer, who left the band after its first album.
Because the band has been around for a number of years, its fans are legion and Green Day tour tickets are often very hard to obtain, especially great cheap Green Day tickets. While many of this band's younger, more hard-core fans prefer to get floor tickets for Green Day so that they can slam dance at will, other devotees prefer to get tickets to Green Day seats. Fans looking for Green Day tour tickets for seats should keep in mind that they will probably not find any floor seats, as this area is typically left open for those slam dancers mentioned above.
Green Day has had a number of very popular singles, as well as albums. Its first album with a major label, "Dookie" was released in 1994 and contained such hits as "Welcome to Paradise" and "Basket Case." Green Day followed this album with "Insomniac," and then with "Nimrod," which contained the now classic, "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life). "Nimrod" earned the band even more faithful followers who eagerly snapped up cheap Green Day tickets so that they could enjoy seeing the band live and in person.
The band's next album, "Warning," which was released in 2000, also contained a number of hits including the title track, but the band began to lose a little of its fan base around this time period. For a while, it looked as if Green Day might just fade away like so many other bands, and that Green Day tour tickets would no longer be as popular as they once were.
However, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool weren't about to bow out from the music scene just yet. The trio put out the hugely successful album, "American Idiot" in 2004. Once again, tickets for Green Day shows were hot commodities and the band was selling out venues everywhere.
Green Day had crafted "American Idiot" to be a punk rock opera and the album eventually became the basis of a Broadway musical of the same name. "American Idiot" would spend more than a year on Broadway and would win two Tony Awards. The album would also earn the band even more rabid fans.