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This is Green Day’s setlist from the Hella Mega Tour

Here’s the setlist from Green Day’s headline set on the opening night of the Hella Mega Tour

It’s been a long time coming, but last night in Texas, the Hella Mega Tour finally kicked off. 

Following a warm-up show at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma – for vaccinated fans only – Green Day rolled into the Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, with an updated and frankly staggering setlist up their sleeves, packing in over 20 superhits that span the band’s career (plus a couple of covers, natch).

American Idiot? Sure. Minority? You betcha. Brain Stew? Of course! And on and on it went for the first night of the band’s long-awaited tour that has been subject to various postponements and reschedulings. 

Knowing Green Day, there’s a strong chance they’ll mix the setlist up as the Hella Mega Tour continues across the United States, but here’s what they played on the opening night, to give you a taste of what you’re in for this summer.

Green Day Hella Mega Tour setlist:

1. American Idiot
2. Holiday
3. Know Your Enemy
4. Pollyanna
5. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
6. Longview
7. Welcome To Paradise
8. Hitchin’ A Ride
9. Rock And Roll All Nite (KISS cover)
10. Brain Stew
11. St. Jimmy
12. When I Come Around
13. 21 Guns
14. Minority
15. Knowledge (Operation Ivy cover)
16. Basket Case
17. She
18. Wake Me Up When September Ends
19. Still Breathing
20. Jesus Of Suburbia
21. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)

Here’s what Weezer played on the first night of The Hella Mega Tour, and this is Fall Out Boy’s setlist.

Posted on July 25th 2021, 3:54p.m.
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