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Green Day's Coming to Town to Ensure You Have the Time of Your Life


  • Frank Maddocks

If you’re somewhere around 30 years old, there’s a good chance you blasted Green Day’s Dookie and Nimrod growing up and probably saw someone perform a tear-jerking solo acoustic cover of “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)” at a high school graduation.

Yes, Billy Joe Armstrong and the band tugged at our angsty-teen heartstrings through the ’90s and even in the early aughts when their edge started to soften a little bit (it happens to the best of ‘em). But the trio really don’t have anything to prove anymore. The three decades of punk-fueled pop rock speaks for itself. For a night that’s sure to hit you right in “the feels,” better snatch up these tickets quick. Also, if you’re feeling up for it, check out Bastille’s cover of “Basket Case.”

With Catfish and the Bottlemen, $29.50-$89.50, 7pm, AT&T Center, 1 AT&T Center Pkwy., (210) 444-5000,

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