After delaying the start of their new tour by a few days so that band and crew members could recover from an illness, Green Day kicked off the first North American leg of their world tour on Monday night (September 26th) in Columbus, Ohio. According to Diffuser, the band opened its 25-song set with two songs from the new Revolution Radio album, current single “Bang Bang” and the title track. Only one other cut from the new album made the set list, and that was “Ordinary World,” which appeared in the acoustic second encore just before “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life).” The rest of the set drew heavily from 1994’s Dookie and 2004’s American Idiot, with the band playing five and six songs respectively from those two classic records. The trio also reached back to their second album, Kerplunk!, for three numbers while ignoring 2012’s Uno!, Dos! and Tre! discs entirely.