To support their latest album, “Revolution Radio,” Green Day will hit the road in March for a brand new arena tour. Kicking off in Phoenix, Arizona, the 24–date tour will make stops across the United States and Canada before wrapping up in San Diego, California on April 8. The punk rock band will share the stage with Against Me!, who will serve as the tour’s opening act. 

Pre-sale tickets for the tour go on sale on Oct. 12 for members of Green Day’s Idiot Nation fan club. Following the pre-sale, general sale will begin on Oct. 14. If you are currently not a member of Green Day’s fan club, you can join for $20 and get a digital download of the band’s new album. Depending on the venue, ticket prices range from $33 to $65.

March 1 — Phoenix, Arizona — Talking Stick Resort Arena

March 2 — El Paso, Texas — El Paso County Coliseum

March 4 — Dallas, Texas — American Airlines Center

March 5 — Houston, Texas — Toyota Center

March 7 — Tulsa, Oklahoma — BOK Center

March 8 — North Little Rock, Arkansas — Verizon Arena

March 10 — Duluth, Georgia — Infinite Energy Center

March 12 — Norfolk, Virginia — Constant Convocation Center

March 13 — Washington, DC — Verizon Center

March 15 — Brooklyn, New York — Barclays Center

March 17 — Worcester, Massachusetts — DCU Center

March 19 — London, Ontario — Budweiser Gardens

March 20 — Hamilton, Ontario — FirstOntario Centre

March 22 — Montreal, Quebec — Bell Centre

March 23 — Québec, Québec — Vidéotron Centre

March 25 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — Petersen Events Center

March 27 — Detroit, Michigan — Joe Louis Arena

March 28 — Champaign, Ilinois — State Farm Center

March 30 — Green Bay, Wisconsin — Resch Center

April 1 — Saint Paul, Minnesota — Xcel Energy Center

April 3 — Des Moines, Iowa — Wells Fargo Arena

April 5 — Broomfield, Colorado — 1stBank Center

April 7 – Las Vegas, Nevada – MGM Grand Garden Arena

April 8 – San Diego, California – Valley View Casino Center

Green Day is currently on the road for their small venue tour which ends on Oct. 17 in Los Angeles. The band was forced to postpone three of the first four shows in September when several members got sick. “We’re so sad to announce we have to postpone three shows,” the band said in a statement. “Many of us have been battling this infection for days on end to be ready, and it just got the best of us.”