Details
Location:
The Union Club in Missoula, MT
Date:
July 29, 1991
Other Acts:
The Banned
Notes:
  • Recordings from this show can be found here
  • John Chapman‎: "Green Day at the Union Club upstairs."
  • Zach Dundas: "I admit that when I saw Green Day at the Missoula Union Hall in 1991, I did not foresee the Billie Joe Armstrong/Norah Jones collaboration."
  • Missoula Independent: "I saw Green Day above the Union Club in 1991, the year the band released 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours. Those pop-punk songs (an anthology of early tracks) captured a general disregard for adulthood and decorum that I related to, even if they were mostly vapid love songs about checking out cute girls in the library. Green Day wasn’t really edgy so much as they embodied the fun, carefree, middle-finger-flipping attitude I sometimes needed to balance out darker, more serious bands I liked, including the Nation of Ulysses and Fugazi (both of whom also played Missoula around the same time). And at the Green Day show there was a lot of joyful letting loose: sweaty 'slam dancing' and smiling kids ecstatic for a momentary escape."
Photos from Missoula, MT
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Setlist
1. Don't Leave Me
2. I Was There
3. At the Library
4. Only of You
5. Disappearing Boy / Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
6. Christie Road
7. 16
8. Paper Lanterns
9. Knowledge (Operation Ivy cover)
10. 1,000 Hours
11. Going to Pasalacqua
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