Green Day performing Wake Me Up When September Ends acoustic and Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) live from the Revolution Radio tour at Mattress Firm Amphitheater in Chula Vista, CA on September 13, 2017. This was shot with a Sony Cyber-shot HX50V.
You’ll have to forgive the poor camerawork, it’s very difficult to hold the camera perfectly still while zoomed in that far.
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Green Day – American Idiot – U.C. Berkeley, Live, 4-16-13, front row, Greek Theatre. Billie Joe: “It’s such a trip to think that all of these songs are basically from here… or about here, I should say.”
Over 60 fans camped out overnight so that they would get a spot in the 1st row center. This actually worked out well for the many fans who came up from L.A. because that way they didn’t have to spring for a hotel room! 😛
The fans went wild when Green Day began this song and at 3:33, a crowd surfer goes right over us. 😛
Billie Joe frequently put on many of the items that the fans threw on stage, items such as hats, feather boas, sunglasses, and a 924 Gilman bumper sticker, which Billie then attached to his guitar during ‘2000 Light Years Away’. Green Day got its start at 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, California.
Several of Billie Joe’s relatives also came to this concert. One person in my group recognized and then met a few of Billie’s brothers and sisters while we were waiting in line, and his nephew was also there, and he was later brought up on stage during the set’s second song.
After the 10th song, Billie Joe took a pair of requests from the audience, saying that that “we’ll play anything you want.” ‘Geek Stink Breath’ and ‘2000 Light Years Away’ were the winners.
Because the Greek Theatre has a 10pm curfew, Green Day started much earlier than usual at 7:30, when it was still light out.
1. 99 Revolutions
2. Know Your Enemy
3. Stay the Night
4. Stop When the Red Lights Flash
6. Oh Love
8. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
9. Stray Heart
11. Geek Stink Breath
12. Welcome to Paradise
13. 2000 Light Years Away
14. Coming Clean
15. Christie Road
16. Going to Pasalacqua
17. Highway to Hell / Rock and Roll
18. Brain Stew
19. St. Jimmy
21. Basket Case
23. King for a Day
24. Shout / (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction / Hey Jude
27. American Idiot
28. Jesus of Suburbia
29. Brutal Love
All songs are E Standard
Capo is needed for the last song (Ordinary World) on the 7th fret
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