Green Day’s The Saviors Tour Is Happening! Here’s Where to Get Tickets

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Green Day is ready to take you on a “Holiday” next summer, as the band announced a massive stadium tour across North America, Europe and the U.K. Mark your calendars, as the presale will occur through Ticketmaster on Wednesday (Nov. 8) at 10 a.m. local time in North America and 9:30 a.m. GMT/10:30 a.m. CET for the EU/U.K. tour dates. General sale tickets will go live on Friday (Nov. 10) at 10 a.m. local time.

The Saviors Tour will begin its North American leg on July 29, 2024, in Washington, D.C., then hit cities including Toronto, Montreal, Queens, Boston, Philadelphia, Hershey, Chicago and more until the final show on Sept. 28 in San Diego.

“It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for … taking The Saviors Tour on the road all summer long next year to celebrate 30 years of ‘Dookie,’ 20 years of ‘American Idiot’ + our new album ‘Saviors’!!!” the band captioned its Instagram post announcing the tour. “Swipe for dates.”

You’ll need a special code to gain access to the presale, which you can get when you sign up for the band’s mailing list by Tuesday (Nov. 7). If you get an early access code, you’ll receive it through the email you signed up with.

In case you miss out on the presale and general onsale, you’ll potentially have additional ways to score cheap tickets through resale sites such as VividSeats, StubHub, Seat Geek, TicketNetwork and Game Time.

For an additional discount, you can get $10 off Seat Geek ticket purchases of $250-plus with the code BILLBOARD10. Offer is valid on first purchases only.

You can expect a setlist fusing new and old music, as the band also announced they’ll be performing songs from new album Savior, as well as from classics such as Dookie and American Idiot in celebration of both albums’ 30th and 20th anniversaries.

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