Green Day is touring with guests Catfish and The Bottlemen during the Revolution Radio Tour. The tour has an impressive eight legs and will feature a total of 120 shows with a start date of September 26, 2016 through November 19, 2017.
The tour will go to North and South America, Australia, Europe and New Zealand.
The tour’s special guests change with most legs of the tour with Catfish and The Bottlemenjoining Green Day for all of their shows during the seventh leg of the tour. The seventh leg of the tour is in North America and kicks off in August, with the leg ending in September in New York’s Central Park.
Green Day is a punk rock band that is led by Billie Joe Armstrong and was formed in 1986. The band’s first album was 39/Smooth and was released in 1990. Their debut album was followed by Kerplunk in 1991, Dookie in 1994, Insomniac in 1995, Nimrod in 1997, Warning in 2000 and American Idiot in 2004.
The band didn’t release their next album until 2009 when they released 21st Century Breakdownfollowed by three albums in 2012 titled ¡Uno!, ¡Dos! and ¡Tre!. The band’s most recent album is Revolution Radio.
Green Day has been nominated for 210 awards during their career, winning 91 awards along the way.
The band’s most prestigious awards include Favorite Pop/Rock Album for American Idiot, Billboard Music Awards for Rock Artist of the Year in 2005 along with Pop Group of the Year and Album Group of the Year. American Idiot won the Best Rock Album award at the 2005 Grammy Awards.
Catfish and the Bottlemen is a rock band from Britain that has been active since 2007. Their debut album The Balcony was released in 2014, reaching platinum status in 2016. The band is known for touring at festivals, with appearances at some of the biggest festivals in the world, including Lollapalooza, Latitude, Glastonbury, Bonnaroo and several others.
The band released their second album, The Ride, which was released in 2016. The album is currently certified BPI: Gold and has sold over 100,000 albums in the United Kingdom.
“Homesick,” “Pacifier” and “Rango” were the band’s first three singles released under Communion Records. “7”, a single from the band’s The Ride album reached the 81st spot on the UK charts.
Catfish and The Bottlemen won the British Breakthrough Act awards at the 2016 Brit Awards and won the BBC Introducing Award at the 2014 BBC Music Awards.