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In a surprise move, Billie Joe, Mike, Tré, and Jason took the stage at the famous 924 Gilman Street last night as Green Day. The band played as part of a fire relief benefit event for two local businesses who suffered loses from a recent fire: AK Press and 1984 Printing.

At their old stomping grounds, the band ripped through a 22-song set which included rarities such as "Private Ale," "Stuart and the Ave," and "Are We the Waiting," to name a few. The setlist was quite similar to the band's performance at the House of Blues in Cleveland from last month, with the additions of "Know Your Enemy," "Going to Pasalacqua," and "Welcome to Paradise."

Check out the thread for the show on our forum to see photos and videos of the band's performance.

GDA team member J'net was at the show and will be posting a complete recap of it within the next few days here on GDA, so keep an eye out for that!

To help benefit the two local businesses affected by the fire, individual Go Fund Me campaigns have been set up. If you're interested in helping out, head on over to the following Go Fund Me pages: AK Press | 1984 Printing

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