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21st Century Breakdown World Tour

21st Century Breakdown World Tour
Green Day
Location Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, South America
Associated album 21st Century Breakdown
Start date July 3, 2009
End date October 29, 2010
Legs 7
Shows 132
Green Day tour chronology
American Idiot World Tour
21st Century Breakdown World Tour
99 Revolutions Tour

21st Century Breakdown World Tour was a concert tour by American punk band Green Day in support of the group's eighth studio album, 21st Century Breakdown, which was released in May 2009.

The tour began with an eight-week leg throughout North America, kicking off in Seattle, Washington in July 2009 and culminating in Los Angeles in late August.[1] A European leg followed, beginning in Lisbon in late September and wrapping up mid-November in Turin, Italy.[2]

In December 2009, the group toured Australia and New Zealand,[3] followed by Asian dates in January 2010. The group subsequently returned to Europe for a second leg of dates, beginning in late May 2010 with a headline appearance at the Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands and two stadium shows in the United Kingdom.[4][5] The tour ended with an appearance at the Rock Werchter festival in Werchter, Belgium in early July. A scheduled performance at the Heineken Jammin' Festival in Venice, Italy on July 4, 2010 was cancelled due to poor weather.

During their performances of "Longview", frontman Billie Joe Armstrong sprayed the front rows with water cannons, shot t-shirts into the crowd and pulled people onstage to sing with the band.[6][7][8][9][10][11][12]

In March 2010, a second North American leg was announced, beginning in Camden, New Jersey in early August. A final leg of Central and South America followed in October.

A collection of recorded songs from throughout the tour and a bonus DVD of Green Day playing at the Saitama Super Arena in Japan are available on the live album Awesome as Fuck.


  1. "Song of the Century"
  2. "21st Century Breakdown"
  3. "Know Your Enemy"
  4. "East Jesus Nowhere"
  5. "Holiday"
  6. "¡Viva la Gloria!"
  7. "Give Me Novacaine"
  8. "Letterbomb"
  9. "Are We the Waiting"
  10. "St. Jimmy"
  11. "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
  12. "Burnout"
  13. "Nice Guys Finish Last"
  14. "Paper Lanterns"
  15. "2000 Light Years Away"
  16. "Hitchin' a Ride"
  17. "When I Come Around"
  18. "Brain Stew"
  19. "Jaded"
  20. "Longview"
  21. "Basket Case"
  22. "She"
  23. "King for a Day"
  24. "Shout" (The Isley Brothers cover)
  25. "21 Guns"
  26. "Minority"
    • Encore:
  27. "American Idiot"
  28. "Jesus of Suburbia"
    • Encore 2:
  29. "When It's Time"
  30. "Wake Me Up When September Ends"
  31. "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America Leg #1
July 3, 2009 Seattle United States KeyArena
July 4, 2009 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
July 6, 2009 Edmonton Rexall Place
July 7, 2009 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre
July 9, 2009 Winnipeg MTS Centre
July 10, 2009 Fargo United States Fargodome
July 11, 2009 Minneapolis Target Center
July 13, 2009 Chicago United Center
July 14, 2009 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 16, 2009 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
July 17, 2009 Ottawa Scotiabank Place
July 18, 2009 Montreal Centre Bell
July 20, 2009 Boston United States TD Garden
July 21, 2009 Philadelphia Wachovia Spectrum
July 22, 2009 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena
July 24, 2009 Hartford XL Center
July 25, 2009 Albany Times Union Center
July 27, 2009 New York City Madison Square Garden
July 28, 2009
July 29, 2009 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
July 31, 2009 Nashville Sommet Center
August 1, 2009 Duluth Arena at Gwinnett Center
August 3, 2009 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
August 4, 2009 Miami American Airlines Arena
August 5, 2009 Orlando Amway Arena
August 7, 2009 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
August 8, 2009 Houston Toyota Center
August 9, 2009 San Antonio AT&T Center
August 11, 2009 St. Louis Scottrade Center
August 12, 2009 Kansas City Sprint Center
August 13, 2009 Omaha Qwest Center
August 15, 2009 Denver Pepsi Center
August 16, 2009 Salt Lake City EnergySolutions Arena
August 18, 2009 San Jose HP Pavilion
August 20, 2009 San Diego Viejas Arena
August 21, 2009 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center
August 22, 2009 Phoenix US Airways Center
August 24, 2009 Sacramento ARCO Arena
August 25, 2009 Inglewood The Forum
Europe Leg #1
September 28, 2009 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico
September 29, 2009 Madrid Spain Palacio de Deportes
October 1, 2009 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
October 2, 2009 Toulouse France Le Zénith
October 4, 2009 Paris Palais Omnisports Bercy
October 5, 2009 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
October 7, 2009 Berlin O2 World
October 8, 2009 Hamburg Color Line Arena
October 9, 2009 Copenhagen Denmark Forum
October 11, 2009 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
October 12, 2009 Oslo Norway Spektrum
October 14, 2009 Dortmund Germany Westfalenhalle
October 16, 2009 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy
October 17, 2009 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
October 19, 2009 Glasgow United Kingdom SECC
October 20, 2009 Belfast Odyssey Arena
October 21, 2009 Dublin Ireland The O2
October 23, 2009 London United Kingdom O2 Arena
October 24, 2009
October 26, 2009 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
October 27, 2009 Birmingham LG Arena
October 28, 2009
October 30, 2009 Manchester Evening News Arena
October 31, 2009
November 1, 2009 London Wembley Arena
November 3, 2009 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
November 6, 2009 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
November 8, 2009 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
November 10, 2009 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
November 11, 2009 Bologna Futurshow Station
November 12, 2009 Turin PalaOlimpico
December 4, 2009 Perth Australia Burswood Dome
December 6, 2009 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
December 8, 2009 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
December 9, 2009
December 11, 2009 Sydney Acer Arena
December 12, 2009
December 14, 2009 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
December 16, 2009
December 18, 2009 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena
December 19, 2009
January 12, 2010 Bangkok Thailand Impact Arena
January 14, 2010 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
January 16, 2010 Hong Kong Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Expo
January 18, 2010 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena
January 21, 2010 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall
January 23, 2010 Tokyo Saitama Super Arena
January 24, 2010
January 25, 2010 Nagoya Nippon Gaishi Hall
Europe Leg #2
May 29, 2010 Landgraaf Netherlands Pinkpop Festival
May 30, 2010 Hannover Germany TUI Arena
June 2, 2010 Skive Denmark Skive Festival
June 4, 2010 Oslo Norway Ullevaal Stadion
June 5, 2010 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi Stadion
June 8, 2010 Helsinki Finland Kyläsaari
June 11, 2010 Munich Germany Olympia-Reitstadion
June 12, 2010 Nickelsdorf Austria Nova Rock Festival
June 16, 2010 Manchester United Kingdom Lancashire County Cricket Ground
June 19, 2010 London Wembley Stadium
June 21, 2010 Glasgow SECC
June 23, 2010 Dublin Ireland Marlay Park
June 26, 2010 Paris France Parc des Princes
June 29, 2010 Prague Czech Republic Vystaviste Holesovice
July 1, 2010 Mainz Germany Messepark
July 2, 2010 Werchter Belgium Rock Werchter Festival
North America Leg #2
August 3, 2010 Camden United States Susquehanna Bank Center
August 5, 2010 Darien Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
August 7, 2010 Chicago Lollapalooza Festival
August 9, 2010 Alpharetta Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
August 11, 2010 Bristow Jiffy Lube Live
August 12, 2010 Hartford Comcast Theatre
August 14, 2010 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
August 16, 2010 Mansfield Comcast Center
August 18, 2010 Toronto Canada Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
August 20, 2010 Quebec City L'Agora du Vieux-Port
August 21, 2010 Montreal Quai Jacques-Cartier
August 23, 2010 Clarkston United States DTE Energy Music Theatre
August 26, 2010 Dallas Center
August 28, 2010 Greenwood Village Comfort Dental Amphitheatre
August 30, 2010 Phoenix Cricket Wireless Pavilion
August 31, 2010 Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
September 2, 2010 Chula Vista Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre
September 4, 2010 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
Central and South America
October 8, 2010 Caracas Venezuela Campo de Fútbol de la USB
October 10, 2010 Bogotá Colombia Nem-Catacoa Festival
October 13, 2010 Porto Alegre Brazil Gigantinho
October 15, 2010 Rio de Janeiro HSBC Arena
October 17, 2010 Brasília Ginásio Nilson Nelson
October 20, 2010 São Paulo Arena Anhembi
October 22, 2010 Buenos Aires Argentina Pepsi Music Festival
October 24, 2010 Santiago Chile Estadio Bicentenario de La Florida
October 26, 2010 Lima Peru Estadio Universidad San Marcos
October 29, 2010 San José Costa Rica Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Aymá
Canceled dates
July 4, 2010 Venice, Italy Heineken Jammin' Festival Festival appearance canceled due to bad weather.

Support acts


  • Jason Freese – keyboards, piano, saxophone, backing vocals
  • Jeff Matika – rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals


External links

  • Myspace
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