Punks warm up for Reading & Leeds in London
Andrew Trendell

09:32 22nd August 2013


Green Day surprised fans at their Brixton Academy show by playing their classic album Dookie in its entirety last night (Wednesday 21 August, 2013). See the LP being played in full below. 

The band were playing a London warm-up show ahead of their headline appearances at Reading and Leeds Festival this weekend, where they treated fans with a staggering 30-song set.

The punk-pop trio were supported by Frank Turner, and suprised concert-goers by playing their seminal 1993 LP in full. Dookie was their third album, but their first major label release - and the one that catapulted them to a mass audience with the success of singles such as 'Basket Case', 'Welcome To Paradise' and 'Longview'.

Watch Green Day play Dookie in full at Brixton Academy below:

The band's set from last night was:
1. 99 Revolutions
2. Know Your Enemy
3. Stay the Night
4. Stop When the Red Lights Flash
5. Letterbomb
6. Holiday
7. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
8. Let Yourself Go
9. Wake Me Up When September Ends

11. Burnout
12. Having a Blast
13. Chump
14. Longview
15. Welcome to Paradise
16. Pulling Teeth
17. Basket Case
18. She
19. Sassafras Roots
20. When I Come Around
21. Coming Clean
22. Emenius Sleepus
23. In the End
24. F.O.D.
25. St. Jimmy
26. Waiting
27. Minority


28. American Idiot
29. Jesus of Suburbia
30. Brutal Love
31. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)

Green Day will be appearing at Reading and Leeds festival this weekend alongside Biffy Clyro, Eminem, Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, System Of A Down, Foals, Chase and Status and more. For more information visit Gigwise Gig Tickets.

Below: Green Day live at Brixton Academy

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Photo: Justine Trickett