Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, CA
November 23, 2004
Other Acts:
New Found Glory, Sugarcult
  • "Anyway, it started off beautifully with American Idiot and continued through Jesus of Suburbia and the rest of American Idiot until St. Jimmy and also minus Blvd. of Broken Dreams and then they started going into their old stuff. It was sort of sad when fans sat down after St. Jimmy was played but I did not sit down once. They lost some people during King For A Day and Hitchin' A Ride but most of the fans stayed true. Billie Joe Armstrong was the king and when he told people to go the wave, every single person in the stadium did the wave. When he screamed for everyone to stop no one moved or said a word. And when he said, 'Heeey-oh!' the rest of us screamed it after him every single time for however long he told us. My friend described the scene as cult-like, especially with all the flags. We did not care, we were part of that cult and proud of it! The show was truly the time of my life as the song says and I swear if Green day ever comes near my area I will see them in concert again. The show is definately one worth seeing and Green Day will keep you interested and wanting more even till after the very end. The sounds Billie Joe made as he proceeded to have an orgasm in the middle of the song as he 'tucked his shirt in,' and the cape and the crown he wore. When Billie Joe said, 'This song isn't anti-American, it's anti-war,' about Holiday, the entire stadium jumped up for that comment. The entire show was a exceptional there are no words to describe the intensity which they played from beginning to end. Billie Joe can really sing. Tre and Mike were just brilliant."
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1. American Idiot
2. Jesus Of Suburbia
3. Holiday
4. Are We The Waiting
5. St. Jimmy
6. Longview
7. Hitchin' A Ride
8. Brain Stew
9. Jaded
10. Knowledge (Operation Ivy cover)
11. Basket Case
12. She
13. King For A Day
14. Shout (Isley Brothers cover)
15. Wake Me Up When September Ends
16. Minority
17. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
18. When I Come Around
19. We Are The Champions (Queen cover)
20. Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)
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