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Green Day, Weezer And Fall Out Boy Tease Australian And New Zealand Tour

Green Day, Weezer And Fall Out Boy Tease Australian And New Zealand Tour

What would be better than a band like Green Day coming to Australia?

While that is a tough question because, let's be honest, that would be bl**dy rad, there are a few things that could sweeten a Down Under Tour.

What about chucking in Weezer and Fall Out Boy for good measure?

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter
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Well, if social media is to be believed, we could be getting that incredible trio of bands coming to our shores soon.

The Twitter accounts for all three bands have mysteriously uploaded posts with an Aussie and New Zealand flag in it along with the shocked or 'No Way' emoji, at the exact same time. I mean, if this wasn't hinting at an Australian and New Zealand tour then I don't know what is.

Since posting the tweets, fans have, understandably, been going wild.

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The three groups have been travelling the world together with their Hella Mega Tour over the past few months, giving everyone some unbelievable nostalgia, head bangers and new material.

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When they announced their tour in September last year, they all released new singles as well as dropped the names of their upcoming albums.

This year they're set to play 47 shows over 22 countries that have spanned Europe, America and south east Asia. Yet they haven't announced any dates in the Asia Pacific, aka Australia, so far.

Let's hope this cheeky little social media post is the confirmation we've all been praying for because this line-up would be epic.

They've had opening acts join them at various points through the tour and we're trying to imagine what Aussie act would be able to get the crowd ready for the trio.

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Credit: Warner Music
Credit: Warner Music

This is hot off the back of another Australian tour announcement that left people speechless. The Offspring and Sum 41 are touring together later this year and our hearts nearly exploded when we heard the news.

You'll be getting to see two bands perform full one-hour sets back to back, meaning you're basically getting two for the price of one.

They'll be hitting the following cities in April:

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  • Sunday 19 April - HBF Stadium, Perth
  • Tuesday 21 April - Entertainment Centre Theatre, Adelaide
  • Thursday 23 April - Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
  • Friday 24 April - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
  • Saturday 25 April - Riverstage, Brisbane
  • Tuesday 28 April - Spark Arena, Auckland

Tickets were released this week, so if you didn't pick them up then you'll likely be hunting for someone selling some nose bleed seats.

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Topics: News, Music, Australia

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie is a Trending Journalist at LADbible. His first job was as a newsreader and journalist at the award winning Sydney radio station, Macquarie Radio. He was solely responsible for the content broadcast on multiple stations across Australia when the MH17, Germanwings and AirAsia disasters unfolded. Stewart has covered the conflict in Syria for LADbible, interviewing a doctor on the front line, and has contributed to the hugely successful UOKM8 campaign.