Intro Playlist Blink 182 California Tour 2016 2017

Intro Playlist   Blink 182   California Tour 2016 2017

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Setlist Blink 182 – California Tour 2016-2017

2016 Dates :
July 21 : Viejas Arena – San Diego (US)
July 22 : Viejas Arena – San Diego (US)
July 23 : The Joint – Las Vegas (US)
July 24 : The Joint – Las Vegas (US)
July 26 : Don Haskins Center – El Paso (US)
July 28 : Chesapeake Energy Arena – Oklahoma City (US)
July 29 : Gexa Energy Pavilion – Dallas (US)
July 30 : AT&T Center – San Antonio (US)
July 31 : Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands (US)
August 2 : Lakewood Amphitheatre – Atlanta (US)
August 3 : Bon Secours Wellness Arena – Greenville (US)
August 5 : Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre – West Palm Beach (US)
August 6 : MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre – Tampa (US)
August 8 : Ascend Amphitheater – Nashville (US)
August 9 : Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls (US)
August 10 : Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati (US)
August 12 : BB&T Pavilion – Camden (US)
August 13 : Nikon at Jones Beach Theater – Wantagh (US)
August 14 : PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel (US)
August 16 : Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater – Virginia Beach (US)
August 17 : Barclays Center – Brooklyn (US)
August 19 : XFINITY Center – Mansfield (US)
August 20 : Bell Centre – Montreal (Canada)
August 21 : Molson Canadian Amphitheatre – Toronto (Canada)
August 23 : Lakeview Amphitheater – Syracuse (US)
August 24 : Darien Lake PAC – Darien Lake (US)
August 25 : The Pavilion – Scranton (US)
August 27 : Hershey Park Pavilion – Hershey (US)
August 28 : First Niagara Pavilion – Burrgettstown (US)
August 30 : DTE Energy Music Theater – Clarkston (US)
August 31 : Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids (US)
September 2 : Xfinity Theatre – Hartford (US)
September 3 : Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion – Bangor (United States)
September 4 : Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga Springs (United States)
September 8 : Xcel Energy Center – Saint Paul (United States)
September 9 : Hollywood Casino Amphitheater – Tinley Park (United States)
September 10 : Klipsch Music Center – Noblesville (United States)
September 11 : Hollywood Casino Amphitheater – Maryland Heights (United States)
September 13 : Pepsi Center – Denver (United States)
September 15 : Taco Bell Arena – Boise (United States)
September 16 : Spokane Arena – Spokane (United States)
September 17 : KeyArena – Seattle (United States)
September 18 : Abbotsford Centre – Vancouver (Canada)
September 20 : Sunlight Supply Amphitheater – Ridgefield (United States)
September 22 : USANA Amphitheatre – West Valley City (United States)
September 24 : Ak-Chin Pavilion – Phoenix (United States)
September 25 : Isleta Amphitheater – Albuquerque (United States)
September 28 : Shoreline Amphitheater – Mountain View (United States)
September 29 : Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre – Irvine (United States)
September 30 : The Forum – Inglewood (United States)
October 1 : The Forum – Inglewood (United States)
October 5 : Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara (United States)
October 6 : Save Mart Center – Fresno (United States)
October 7 : Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre – Irvine (United States)
November 7 : One Golden Square – London (United Kingdom)
November 8 : Studio 104 – Paris (France)
November 9 : Ouï FM Studios – Paris (France)
November 10 : Bandit Radio – Stockholm (Sweden)
November 11 : Bryggarsalen – Stockholm (Sweden)
December 8 : Pearl Theatre – Las Vegas (United States)
December 9 : Oracle Arena – Oakland (United States)
December 10 : Valley View Casino Center – San Diego (United States)
December 11 : The Forum – Inglewood (United States)

2017 Dates :
June 9 : Hippodrome de Longchamp – Paris (France)
June 12 : Festhalle – Frankfurt (Germany)
June 13 : König Pilsener Arena – Oberhausen (Germany)
June 14 : Pannonia Fields – Nickelsdorf (Austria)
June 15 : Pannonia Fields – Nickelsdorf (Austria)
June 16 : Pannonia Fields – Nickelsdorf (Austria)
June 16 : Olympiahalle – Munich (Germany)
June 17 : Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Monza (Italy)
June 21 : Gröna Lund – Stockholm (Sweden)
June 22 : Fredriksten – Halden (Norway)
June 23 : Eichenring – Scheeßel (Germany)
June 25 : Eichenring – Scheeßel (Germany)
June 26 : Ahoy Rotterdam – Rotterdam (Netherlands)
June 29 : Max-Schmeling-Halle – Berlin (Germany)
July 1 : 3118 Werchter – Werchter (Belgium)
July 3 : Motorpoint Arena Cardiff – Cardiff (United Kingdom)
July 4 : Motorpoint Arena Nottingham – Nottingham (United Kingdom)
July 5 : First Direct Arena – Leeds (United Kingdom)
July 7 : Barclaycard Arena – Birmingham (United Kingdom)
July 9 : Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle (United Kingdom)
July 11 : SSE Hydro – Glasgow (United Kingdom)
July 12 : GE Oil & Gas Arena – Aberdeen (United Kingdom)
July 14 : Manchester Arena – Manchester (United Kingdom)
July 15 : Echo Arena – Liverpool (United Kingdom)
July 17 : Bournemouth International Centre – Bournemouth (United Kingdom)
July 19 : The O2 Arena – London (United Kingdom)
July 20 : The O2 Arena – London (United Kingdom)

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Green Day – Minority │ Revolution Radio Tour, Ljubljana 2017

Green Day - Minority │ Revolution Radio Tour, Ljubljana 2017





Epic gig by the legendary Green Day on June 6th, 2017 @ Arena Stožice, Ljubljana, Slovenia │ © 2017 Luka Hojnik Photography │ Music Copyrights: Green Day & Official Green Day website: http://www.greenday.com

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The Kiss That Took A Trip – Ambient punk

The Kiss That Took A Trip - Ambient punk





Music video for the song “Ambient punk”, extracted from the fifth album, “Punk Cathedral”.

www.thekissthattookatrip.com

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“Boulevard of Broken Dreams” Green Day@Tower Theatre Upper Darby, PA 9/29/16

"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" Green Day@Tower Theatre Upper Darby, PA 9/29/16





Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Green Day, Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA; September 29th, 2016; Revolution Radio Club US Tour; Philadelphia area

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15/19 Paramore – Misery Business w/Adrianna @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor, MD 9/13/17

15/19 Paramore - Misery Business w/Adrianna @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor, MD 9/13/17





Fueled By Ramen recording group Paramore is celebrating the release of their acclaimed fifth studio album with a wide-ranging storm of international activity. The GRAMMY® Award-winning band’s first new album in more than four years, AFTER LAUGHTER is available now at all retailers and streaming services. AFTER LAUGHTER includes two recently released songs, “Hard Times” and “Told You So.” The official “Hard Times” companion video is fast proving a sensation, earning more than 25 million individual views at YouTube alone in its first month of release. In addition, the colorful “Told You So” companion video – directed by Aaron Joseph and Paramore’s own Zac Farro – has drawn over 7 million views in just two weeks via Fueled By Ramen’s official YouTube channel.

The band has also just announced plans for the third installment of their hugely popular PARAHOY! vacation experience, an interactive four-day festival at sea presented in partnership with Sixthman Productions and Norwegian Cruise Lines. The cruise – a full charter aboard the spectacular Norwegian Jade – will feature a specially selected schedule of bands, activities, and truly unique Paramore live performances. PARAHOY! sails roundtrip from Miami, Florida to Nassau, Bahamas from April 6th through 10th, 2018. For complete information, please visit www.parahoy.com.

AFTER LAUGHTER was recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A – Paramore’s first time recording in their beloved hometown. Produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen and Paramore’s own Taylor York, the album also marks the return of original Paramore member Zac Farro. The announcement of AFTER LAUGHTER was followed by a wide range of media coverage, with highlights including a New York Times feature as well as an extensive two-part interview with Beats 1’s Zane Lowe. The album has already begun earning rapturous critical attention, with Billboard declaring “Hard Times” to be “an addictive, Talking Heads-inspired jam that sounds like it could follow “Ain’t It Fun” as a Hot 100 smash,” and Rolling Stone praising “Told You So” as “polyrhythmic funk-pop.” Perhaps Variety said it best: “Paramore has never sounded — or looked — more defiantly joyous… AFTER LAUGHTER sounds like it’s about when life kicks you in the gonads. Instead of crying about it, hopefully Paramore will come back fighting and chop life’s head clean off.”

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Green Day News: First Official Tour Date Revealed? Paris, France?

Green Day News: First Official Tour Date Revealed? Paris, France?





Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong discussed his mindset during his 2012 cocaine binge in a new Q Magazine interview.

“The thing about someone who’s losing their mind is that they don’t know they’re losing their mind. I thought my life was completely normal. And it wasn’t. I was on drugs! And people aren’t acting rationally when they’re on drugs. So I had to take care of myself. I had to kick that, and I did.”

He also criticized the 2012 trilogy albums, “Those records have absolutely no direction to them. It was about being prolific for the sake of it. So we were just going and going.”

He also said Green Day’s new album Revolution Radio is not an ‘angry’ album, “No. It’s inspired by confusion and just trying to make some sense of where you stand in the world there’s a lot of chaos going on. That’s a big theme through all of Green Day’s history – feeling lost.”

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