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DIY venue 924 Gilman Street lifts ban on Green Day for surprise concert

on May 18, 2015, 10:55am

In the late 1980s, Green Day cut their teeth at the tiny East Bay DIY punk club 924 Gilman, performing alongside Operation Ivy, AFI, and The Offspring. For years, the band was forbidden from hitting the venue’s stage due to their signing with a major record label and worldwide rock stardom. Last night, however, the newly christened Rock and Roll Hall of Famers returned to 924 Gilman for the first time in 14 years.

The secret benefit concert raised money for AK Press, a DIY publishing house which recently lost its warehouse in a fire. The 21-song setlist touched on songs from all points of the band’s career as well as a cover of Operation Ivy’s “Knowledge” featuring Tim Armstrong as a special guest.

Watch fan-shot video and see the full setlist below.

“Basket Case”: 

“Knowledge” w/ Tim Armstrong”:

Setlist:
99 Revolutions
Know Your Enemy
Holiday
Welcome to Paradise
2000 Light Years Away
Private Ale
Christie Road
Paper Lanterns
Stuart and the Ave.
She
Going to Pasalacqua
Burnout
Longview
Basket Case
When I Come Around
Are We the Waiting
St. Jimmy
Knowledge (Operation Ivy cover) w/ Tim Armstrong
American Idiot
Jesus of Suburbia
Minority

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