Green Day for intimate New York club show

Band will play Bowery Ballroom on May 18

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Green Day are apparently set to play a small show at New York’s Bowery Ballroom next month to celebrate the release of their new album.

The Oakland, CA band will release their eighth studio album ‘21st Century Breakdown’ on May 15, their first since ‘American Idiot’.

The group performed a show earlier this week at the 500-capacity DNA Lounge in San Francisco, treating the crowd to a full preview of their new album as well as some older tracks.

MTV Germany reports that the 700-capacity Bowery Ballroom show will take place on May 18.

‘Know Your Enemy’, the first single from ‘21st Century Breakdown’ will be released on April 24.

--By our New York staff.
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