The run will support their forthcoming album 'Revolution Radio'

By Jessica Goodman
Updated September 06, 2016 at 12:12 PM EDT
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Green Day are embarking on a world tour to support their forthcoming album Revolution Radio, out Oct. 7, but instead of playing arenas and massive stages like they have in the past, the famed rockers will hit smaller, intimate club stages in North America and Europe. Stops will include shows at Los Angeles’ Palladium, New York’s Webster Hall, Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club, and Boston’s House of Blues.

The North American tour will kick off on Sept. 20 in St. Louis, and will run until Oct. 20, when they play in Berkeley, California. Tickets will be available for Idiot Nation members on Sept. 7 at 9 a.m. local time, and for general ticket holders on Sept. 9 at 9 a.m. local time.

“We’re going into this record cycle with a lot of gratitude, a lot of humility,” Green Day drummer Tré Cool told EW earlier this year. “We just really do enjoy the sh– out of being in a rock & roll band with our best friends.”

Green Day will then head to Europe in January to perform dates through February, and then select dates in June at Germany’s Hurricane and Southside Festivals.

See a full list of dates and venues below.

09/20 St. Louis, MO The Pageant

09/21 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom

09/23 Toronto, ON World Cup of Hockey

09/24 Deroit, MI Fillmore

09/26 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall

09/28 Sayreville, NJ Starland Theater

09/29 Philadelphia, PA Tower Theatre

10/01 Boston, MA House of Blues

10/03 Washington, DC 9:30 Club

10/08 New York, NY Webster Hall

10/17 Los Angeles, CA Palladium

10/20 Berkeley, CA UC Theatre

01/10 Turin, Italy Pala Alpitour

01/11 Florence, Italy Mandela Forum

01/13 Bologna, Italy Unipol Arena

01/14 Milan, Italy Mediolanum Forum

01/16 Zurich, Switzerland Hallenstadion

01/18 Manheim, Germany SAP Arena

01/19 Berlin, Germany Mercedes Benz Arena

01/25 Oslo, Norway Spektrum

01/27 Stockholm, Sweden Stockholm Globe

01/28 Malmo, Sweden Malmo Arena

01/30 Cologne, Germany Lanxesse Arena

01/31 Amsterdam, Holland Ziggo Dome

02/02 Brussels, Belgium Forest National

02/03 Paris, France Accorhotels Arena

02/05 Leeds, UK Leeds First Direct Arena

02/06 Manchester, UK Manchester Arena

02/08 London, UK London The O2

06/23 Scheeßel, Germany Hurricane Festival

06/24 Tuttlingen, Germany Southside Festival

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