Green Day Tour 2021

Greenday Tour 2021 : Green Day is one of the most iconic modern era punk bands. They orginate from the San Francisco Bay area and have been rocking the music world for more than two decades. Their first album, “39/Smooth”, was released in 1990, but it was their third album, “Dookie”, released in 1994, they they truly made a mark. Many believe the success of Green Day comes from the first music video released from the “Dookie” album. The music video was for the song “Longview”.

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Green Day are an American punk rock band from East Bay, California, consisting of Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool.

Formed in 1986, the band released their debut album, ‘39/Smooth’, in 1990, but it was their third album, ‘Dookie’, in 1994, that pushed them into the mainstream, hitting #2 in the Billboard Hot 200. The band have released 12 albums across their career, ‘American Idiot’ in 2004, which gave the band their first #1 record. Their latest album is ‘Revolution Radio’, which arrived in October 2016.

As one of the biggest pop punk bands in the world, Green Day have headlined festivals and tour all over the world, including across the USA, Europe, the UK, Australia, and more.

Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer have teamed up for the Hella Mega Tour of the UK, Ireland, Europe and North America in 2020, after a new album ‘Father Of All…’, due in February. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information here on Stereoboard.

The roots of Green Day date back to 1986 when 14 year-old school friends Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt formed the group Sweet Children. Sean Hughes joined on bass and Raj Punjabi on drums, both of whom played at the band’s debut concert at Rod’s Hickory Put in Vellejo, California. Bassist Hughes subsequently left before the band signed with Lookout! Records, who released Green Day’s debut EP “1,000 Hours” in 1989. The name was soon changed to Green Day and the band released their debut full-length album “39/Smooth” in April 1990. A pair of EPs followed before the band embarked on their debut nationwide tour in 1990 and European tour in 1992 and 1993.

Download Fest 2021

The first announcement for Download Festival 2021 is here! 

After teasing last week that we’d be getting line-up news, little did we know that Download’s first 2021 update would not only include all three headliners for next year’s bash, but over 70 more bands across the June 4 – 6 weekend. 

After having to cancel this year’s festival due to coronavirus, thankfully planned headliners System Of A Down and KISS have been able to lock back in for 2021 as UK exclusives, with Scottish rock titans Biffy Clyro now joining them atop the bill.

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    “We’re disappointed we weren’t able to make it over this year, but we’re looking forward to next,” enthuses SOAD bassist Shavo Odadjian. ​“Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Mostly, we all just want to make sure everyone is provided with a safe and secure environment, so we were prepared to wait as long as we needed to.”

    Elsewhere, Deftones, Korn, The Distillers, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Rise Against, Black Veil Brides, Creeper, Poppy, A Day To Remember, Mastodon and so, so many more have joined the 2021 line-up.

    “2020 has been a tough year for us all, and we were beyond gutted not to be able to experience Download Festival with you all,” says festival head honcho Andy Copping. ​“We gave you Download TV to reflect on memories of the past, and what the festival means to all of us.

    “Download 2021 is going to be something special and go down in the history books as when the Download family reunited. We’re going to be working hard behind the scenes to make Download 2021 an unforgettable experience and a celebration of the festival we all love.”

    Check out the full list of bands announced – not including the headliners – in alphabetical order: A.A. Williams, A Day To Remember, Airbourne, Alestorm, Anchor Lane, Baroness, Blackout Problems, Black Veil Brides, Bleed From Within, Blues Pills, Bokassa, Bush, Cellar Door Moon Crow, Cemetery Sun, Control The Storm, Creeper, Daughtry, Dead Label, Dead Posey, Deftones, Dirty Honey, Dying Fetus, Electric Wizard, Employed To Serve, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Funeral For A Friend, Gender Roles, Gojira, Haken, Hatari, Higher Power, Holding Absence, Hot Milk, Killswitch Engage, Kill The Lights, Korn, Jamie Lenman, JJ Wilde, Joyous Wolf, Lacuna Coil, Loathe, Lotus Eater, Marianas Trench, Mastodon, Modern Error, Myles Kennedy & Company, Obituary, Of Mice & Men, Phoxjaw, P.O.D., Poppy, Powerwolf, Press Club, Rise Against, Sepultura, Skillet, Sleep Token, Spiritbox, Steel Panther, Stone Broken, Temples On Mars, Tempt, Theory, The Darkness, The Distillers, The Faim, The Hara, The Pretty Reckless, The Wildhearts, Those Damn Crows, Tiny Moving Parts, Twin Temple, Volbeat, Wage War, Wargasm and Wayward Sons.

    Download Festival 2021 takes place at Donington Park from June 4 – 6. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday, August 7 over at

    rage against the machine tour 2021

    On Friday, Rage Against The Machine announced that they would be rescheduling their entire reunion tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After initially postponing the first leg of their North American tour in March, April, and May, the band decided on moving the entire run of shows, including those with rap supergroup Run The Jewels, to 2021.

    Related: Here’s The Most Adorable Cover Of “Killing In The Name” By Rage Against The Machine You’ll Ever Hear [Video]

    The band explained in a post to the band’s Facebook,

    Rage Against The Machine will commence our tour at such a time when we are confident it will be safe for our fans. The rerouted dates (health and safety permitting) are at and your tickets will be honored for the postponed shows. During this difficult time we also respect the fans who want their ticket money back. We’ve requested and confirmed that, as of this weekend, anyone who wants a refund can begin the process at your point of purchase. We sincerely hope that each one of you and your families and friends stay safe and well and that music is bringing you solace and inspiration. We look forward to seeing you.

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      RATM’s 2021 tour dates will now kick off on June 3rd at Don Haskins Center in El Paso, TX before the band makes its way through New Mexico, Arizona California, Oregon, and Washington. After a few dates north of the border, Rage will then head across the Midwest before going back to Canada, and then the East Coast. The band will then play five shows in six nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City (8/6-8/12) before closing the tour with shows in Washington D.C., North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

      The band’s festival appearances remain in question, however. While Rage has announced they will remain on the Coachella lineup, whether or not that festival takes place as scheduled in October remains to be seen. Ottawa Bluesfest has confirmed that RATM will appear on the 2021 lineup, though no word has come down from Boston Calling or Firefly Music Festival. Scroll down for a full list of 2021 tour dates and check out Live For Live Music‘s concert cancellation tracker for daily updates on shows around the globe.

      Primavera Sound Tour 2021

      Primavera Sound Festival have announced the first 100 names on the line-up for their 2021 festival.

      The Barcelona-held event is set to return next year for its 20th anniversary after the 2020 edition was cancelled earlier this month due to the coronavirus outbreak.

      • Read more: Coronavirus: every cancelled gig, festival and tour – and how to get your ticket refund

      Primavera have this morning (May 27) confirmed the line-up for 2021, announcing that the likes of The Strokes, Tame Impala, Gorillaz, FKA twigs and Tyler, the Creator will perform next year between June 2-6.

      Pavement, Jorja Smith, Beck, Caribou, Disclosure, Brockhampton, Iggy Pop, Bikini Kill, Idles, Mabel, The National, Rina Sawayama and Jehnny Beth are all also on the line-up, which you can see below.

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        All tickets that were purchased for Primavera Sound Barcelona 2020 will be valid for 2021, while remaining tickets for the 2021 festival will go on sale next Wednesday (June 3). You can find out more information about next year’s event, as well as the procedure for refunds and ticket exchanges, here.

        In a statement, the Primavera organisers said: “Whoever said that the second chances are never good did not imagine that we would experience something like what is happening this 2020. With the whole world on pause due to the evolution of the global pandemic and with the live music sector holding its breath facing a summer without festivals, we can only look forward: towards 2021, specifically, the year in which we are going to recover everything that will be pending from 2020.

        “So, we are especially proud to announce that the first names in the Primavera Sound Barcelona 2021 line-up feature a majority of artists who reconfirm their presence at the festival, as well as the occasional very special new addition. A first selection of artists that condenses the spirit of the festival for an edition that is as long awaited as this 20th anniversary edition is, and that will be updated soon with new names, both from the 2020 lineup and new surprises.

        “There is no doubt: in 2021, Primavera Sound will still be Primavera Sound.”

        While a number of the acts who were booked for Primavera 2020 have been confirmed for next year, Lana Del Rey is a notable absentee from the 2021 line-up. Massive Attack, King Princess, Kacey Musgraves and Brittany Howard are also missing from the 2021 bill, having all been booked to play at Primavera 2020.

        The post Primavera Sound Festival announce 2021 line-up appeared first on NME Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs | NME.COM.

        Ringo Starr Tour 2021

        Fresh off being knighted, Ringo Starr is getting ready to head back out on the road.

        Starr has unveiled the latest lineup of his long-running All-Starr Band, which will sport some new and returning faces when their 2018 tour begins on June 2 in Atlantic City. Recent members Todd Rundgren, Richard Page and Mark Rivera will be absent for these dates, but Steve Lukather, Gregg Rollie, Gregg Bissonette and Warren Ham are all holdovers, and they’ll be joined by Colin Hay and Graham Gouldman.

        “There is no greater joy for me than playing great music with great musicians,” enthuses Starr in a press release. “Every night we get to play for all those loving people and it makes the hassle of touring worth it. It is a Peace and Love fest and I can’t wait to see you all out there this summer and fall.”

        After playing Atlantic City on June 2, Starr is scheduled to travel to Europe for a series of summer dates that will keep the All-Starr Band overseas through mid-July. They’re currently booked for a North American leg that starts Sept. 1 in Tulsa and runs through late September; look over the complete list of dates below, and visit Starr’s website for further details and ticketing information.

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          Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band 2018 Tour Dates
          6/02 — Atlantic City, NJ — Borgata Casino Event Center
          6/06 — Paris, France — L’Olympia
          6/08 — Grolloo, Netherlands — Holland Blues Festival
          6/09 — Flensberg, Germany — Flens Arena
          6/01 — Hamburg, Germany — StadPark
          6/13 — Helsinki, Finland — Kaisaniemi Park
          6/15 — Horsens, Denmark — Lunden
          6/16 — Berlin, Germany — Tempodorm
          6/17 — Zwickau, Germany — Stadhalle
          6/19 — Prague, Czech Republic — Congress Hall
          6/20 — Vienna, Austria — Stadhalle
          6/23 — Tel Aviv, Israel — Menorah Arena
          6/26 — Barcelona, Spain — St. Jordi Club
          6/28 — Madrid, Spain — WiZink Center
          6/29 — La Caruna, Spain — Coliseum
          7/01 — Bilbao, Spain — Bizkaia Arena BEC
          7/04 — Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg — Rockhal
          7/06 — Monte Carlo, Monaco — Sporting Complex
          7/08 — Lucca, Italy — Piazza Napoleone
          7/09 — Marostica, Italy — Piazza Degli Scacchi
          7/11 — Rome, Italy — Autorium Parco Della Musica, Cavea
          9/01 — Tulsa, OK — Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
          9/02 — Rogers, AR — Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion
          9/03 — Kansas City, MO — Starlight Theatre
          9/05 — Ames, IA — Iowa State Center
          9/07 — St. Louis, MO — Fox Theater
          9/08 — Milwaukee, WI — TBA
          9/09 — South Bend, IN — Morris Performing Arts Center
          9/11 — Kettering, OH — Fraze Pavilion
          9/13 — New York, NY — Radio City Music Hall
          9/14 — Saratoga, NY — Saratoga Performing Arts Center
          9/15 — Wallingford, CT — The Toyota Oakdale Theater
          9/17 — Boston, MA — Wang Theater
          9/19 — Pittsburgh, PA — Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
          9/21 — Northfield Park, OH — Hard Rock Rocksino
          9/22 — Chicago, IL — The Chicago Theatre
          9/23 — St Paul, MN — Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
          9/25 — Denver, CO — Paramount Theatre
          9/27 — San Diego, CA — Humphreys
          9/28 — San Jose, CA — City National Civic
          9/29 — Los Angeles, CA — Greek Theatre