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A lot of punk fans in the Bay Area will get an early Christmas present this year when Green Day and Blink-182 headline a festival together in Oakland. According to Alternative Press, the Not So Silent Night event will take place at the city’s Oracle Arena on December 9th and 10th, with Blink headlining the first night and Green Day the second. Other acts on the bill include Empire Of The Sun, Jimmy Eat World and the Strumbellas on the 9th, while Bastille, The Head And The Heart and Phantogram will join Green Day on the 10th.
- The event feels a little like the legendary 2002 Pop Disaster tour, which Green Day and Blink co-headlined, and on which Jimmy Eat World also appeared.
- We asked Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong a while back if the trio would ever consider doing something like Pop Disaster as an annual traveling festival: [“I don’t know. We did the one. It would be pretty cool to do something like that, but, you know, I have no idea. You know, there’s something really great about going out and just playing on your own. And just…I mean, we’ve been doing this for a long time so it’s kinda, you know it’s just[we want to] stay on our own path right now.”]
- Green Day and Blink-182 have both come back from troubled phases in their careers this year.
- Blink-182 endured the departure of singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge in a bitter public feud in 2015, only to regroup this year with new member Matt Skiba and a Number One album in California.
- Green Day dealt with family illnesses and a much-publicized meltdown and trip to rehab for Armstrong over the past few years, bouncing back in 2016 with an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and also a chart-topping new studio effort, Revolution Radio.
Twenty One Pilots were forced to cut a sold-out concert at Moscow’s Sokol Music Hall short on Saturday night (October 22nd) due to an alleged bomb threat. According to Team Rock, the duo were warned by Moscow police during the gig that they could be in danger....read more
Disturbed frontman David Draiman has some advice for his three-year-old son about getting into the music industry: don’t. In an interview with Fresno radio station 105.1 this past weekend, Draiman was asked whether he would ever allow his son to follow his old...read more