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This is the setlist from Green Day’s Hella Mega Tour warm-up show

Here’s what Green Day played at their Hella Mega warm-up show for vaccinated-only fans

Last night, Green Day made their return to the stage for their first proper gig in almost 18 months. 

Just days ahead of their long-awaited Hella Mega Tour kicking off with Weezer and Fall Out Boy, Green Day hit Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma for a super-intimate warm-up show for fully vaccinated fans only.

The 1,800 capacity venue sold out super-fast, and the horde of double-jabbed fans were treated to a pretty stellar setlist, featuring classic tracks from American Idiot, Dookie and Nimrod, as well as new track Pollyanna and a cover of KISS’ Rock And Roll All Nite.

Interestingly, there were no tracks played from the band’s 2020 album Father Of All…

Check out the full Green Day setlist below. Will it still be the same when they hit Dallas to kickstart the Hella Mega Tour this weekend, or will they throw out something special?

Green Day’s Hella Mega Tour warm-up setlist

Welcome To Paradise
2000 Light Years Away
Hitchin’ A Ride
Rock And Roll All Nite (KISS cover)
Brain Stew
St. Jimmy
When I Come Around
Going To Pasalacqua
Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Still Breathing
Jesus Of Suburbia

READ THIS: The 20 greatest Green Day songs – ranked

Posted on July 21st 2021, 10:44a.m.
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