The band offer the proceeds from the sales of their latest single to the disaster fund...
GREEN DAY are donating all royalties from the iTUNES sales of their last single ‘BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS’ to help victims of the Asian tsunami.
All funds raised from the song will go to the Red Cross International Response Fund.
“This is the worst global disaster we’ve seen in our lifetime,” frontman Billie Joe Armstrong said in a statement. “We felt it was important to take part in the relief efforts any way we could.”
The punk rock heroes will be heading over to the UK and Ireland for a sold-out tour later this month before they release their third single from their Number One album ‘American Idiot’.
They will also perform a one off date at Milton Keynes National Bowl in June.
They will play:
Birmingham NIA (January 23)
Brixton Academy (24-25)
Nottingham Arena (27)
Manchester MEN (29)
Dublin The Point (31)
Plymouth Pavilions (February 2)
Cardiff Arena (3)
Brighton Centre (5)
Hammersmith Apollo (6-7)
Newcastle Arena (8)
Glasgow SECC (10)
Milton Keynes National Bowl (June 18)
Their new ‘Holiday’ is released on February 21 on Reprise.
For tickets for the band’s Milton Keynes show[url=]click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.