Green Day add second Madison Square Garden show

Plus they’re on 'Saturday Night Live' tomorrow (May 16)

Green Day have added a second show at Madison Square Garden to their upcoming tour of North America.

They will now play July 27 and 28 as part of the tour which kicks off in Seattle on July 3.

The band will perform intimate shows in New York next week at Bowery Ballroom and Webster Hall, and will appear on ‘Saturday Night Live’ tomorrow night (May 16.

The band are currently on the promo trail for their new album ‘21st Century Breakdown’ which comes out this Friday (May 15).

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The full tour schedule is:

Seattle, WA Key Arena (July 3)
Vancouver, BC GM Place (4)
Edmonton, AB Rexall Place (6)
Saskatoon, SAS Credit Union Centre (7)
Winnipeg, MAN MTS Centre (9)
Fargo, ND Fargo Dome (10)
Minneapolis, MN Target Center (11)
Chicago, IL United Center (13)
Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills (14)
Hamilton, ONT Copps Coliseum (16)
Ottawa, ONT Scotiabank (17)
Montreal, QUE Bell Centre (18)
Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden (20)
Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Spectrum (21)
Pittsburgh, PA Mellon Arena (22)
Hartford, CT XL Center (24)
Albany, NY Times Union Center (25)
New York, NY Madison Square Garden (27, 28)
Washington DC Verizon Center (29)
Nashville, TN Sommet Center (31)
Atlanta, GA Gwinnett Center (August 1)
Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum (3)
Miami, FL American Airlines Arena (4)
Orlando, FL Amway Arena (5)
New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena (7)
Houston, TX Toyota Center (8)
San Antonio, TX AT&T Center (9)
St Louis, MO Scottrade Center (11)
Kansas City, MO Sprint Center (12)
Omaha, NE Qwest Center (13)
Denver, CO Pepsi Center (15)
Salt Lake City, UT Energy Sol Arena (16)
San Jose, CA HP Pavilion (18)
San Diego, CA Cox Arena (20)
Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay (21)
Phoenix, AZ US Airways Center (22)
Sacramento, CA Arco Arena (24)
Los Angeles, CA The Forum (25)

–By our New York staff.
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