The Foxboro Hot Tubs just finished playing two shows in Austin, TX. View photos, setlist and more for each show: March 14th and March 15th.
Green Day tore up the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey last night kicking off the second leg of their US tour with a bang. The show included 32 songs that spanned through the bands full back catalog ranging from 1990 to 2009.

Some from the highlights of the show included when roughly 10 fans climbed up on stage to dance around during '2000 Light Years Away'. Shortly after during 'Hitchin a Ride' Billie stopped the show to make sure a fan in the pit was okay [video]. Lastly the setlist as a whole was one big highlight. You can view the setlist on our tour page here.

RollingStone.com has posted up their review of last night's show stating that even after 22 years Green Day still hasn't lost a beat.
"The real meat of the show was aimed at the over-30 set, with 13 straight songs spanning 1990-1997. Even Armstrong's look was a callback to this era; gone were the guyliner and pitch-black hair of the '00s, replaced by the bottle-blond mess of 1994. (Armstrong's explanation: "I went to the hair salon and I said, 'Can you give me the Justin Bieber look?' And this is what I got.")"

Shortly after the show had come to a close Billie Joe posted this following message on Twitter:
"1st show of tour was amazing! Gr8 to b back in the states. Camden NJ!! Highlight for me was paper lanterns! Ready to fuck shit up!-bj"

My girlfriend and I were lucky enough to have media passes to the show and were able to take tons of photos from the photo pit. Below are some of my favorites that we took.


You can view about 200 photos that we took last night in the Picture Vault.

It was truly an honor that so many people came up to me last night asking about the site and just saying "hello" in general. It gave me a warm feeling inside that is indescribable and I would like to thank you all for that.
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