Green Day, Fall Out Boy & Weezer Kick Off Hella Mega Tour: See Setlist & Photos/Videos

Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer kicked off their highly-anticipated Hella Mega Tour on Saturday (July 24) with a sold out show in Arlington, Texas at Globe Life Field. The trio of headliners were joined by support act The Interrupters for the nearly 6-hour concert.

Green Day offered a 21-song setlist, including hits such as “American Idiot,” “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams,” “Basket Case,” “21 Guns,” “Wake Me Up When September Ends” and more, however, the band didn’t include “King For A Day,” marking the first time the band didn’t play the song on big tour since 1997, or any new music from their latest album, Father Of All... The set also featured covers of KISS and Operation Ivy. 

“Take a look around you,” Billie Joe Armstrong told the capacity crowd during the show. “This is human contact. We cannot be locked up anymore. We need to be together.”

Fall Out Boy’s 15-song set included hits such as “Sugar, We’re Going Down,” “Thnks fr th Mmrs,” “Uma Thurman,” “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up),” and more in addition the band performing “A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More “Touch Me”” live for the first time since 2016.

While Weezer brought a 17-song set featuring hits like “Beverly Hills,” “Buddy Holly,” “Say It Ain’t So,” and their infamous, fan-favorite cover of Toto’s “Africa.”

The tour continues through and September 6, see the full list of remaining tour dates below.

Tuesday, July 27: Atlanta, Trust Park
Thursday, July 29: Houston, Minute Maid Park
Saturday, July 31: Jacksonville, TIAA Bank Field
Sunday, Aug. 1: Miami, Hard Rock Stadium
Wednesday, Aug. 4: Flushing, Citi Field
Thursday, Aug. 5: Boston, Fenway Park
Sunday, Aug. 8: Washington, D.C., Nationals Park
Tuesday, Aug. 10: Detroit, Comerica Park
Friday, Aug. 13: Hershey, Hershey Park Stadium
Sunday, Aug. 15: Chicago, Wrigley Field
Tuesday, Aug. 17: Columbus, Historic Crew Stadium (* new show)
Thursday, Aug. 19: Pittsburgh, PNC Park
Friday, Aug. 20: Philadelphia, Citizen’s Bank Park
Monday, Aug. 23: Minneapolis, Target Field
Wednesday, Aug. 25: Denver, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Friday, Aug. 27: San Francisco, Oracle Park
Sunday, Aug. 29: San Diego, Petco Park
Wednesday, Sept. 1: Milwaukee, Summerfest (* new show)
Friday, Sept. 3: Los Angeles, Dodger Stadium
Monday, Sept. 6: Seattle, T-Mobile Park

See the band’s full set lists below in addition to some fan captured photos and videos.

Green Day Set List
1. American Idiot
2. Holiday
3. Know Your Enemy (fan brought on the stage to crowd surf)
4. Pollyanna
5. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
6. Longview
7. Welcome to Paradise
8. Hitchin’ a Ride
9. Rock and Roll All Nite (KISS cover)
10. Brain Stew
11. St. Jimmy
12. When I Come Around (“You Shook Me All Night Long”… more )
13. 21 Guns
14. Minority (followed by band introductions)
15. Knowledge (Operation Ivy cover)
16. Basket Case
17. She
18. Wake Me Up When September Ends
19. Still Breathing
20. Jesus of Suburbia
21. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)

Fall Out Boy Set List
1. The Phoenix
2. Sugar, We’re Goin Down
3. Irresistible
4. Uma Thurman
5. Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy
6. Save Rock and Roll (Preceded by a speech about the pandemic)
7. The Last of the Real Ones
8. Dance, Dance
9. A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More “Touch Me” (First time since 2016)
10. This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race
11. My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)
12. I Don’t Care
13. Thnks fr th Mmrs
14. Centuries
15. Saturday

Weezer Set List
1. Hero
2. Hash Pipe
3. All the Good Ones
4. Beverly Hills
5. The End of the Game (Ended before the bridge)
6. My Name Is Jonas
7. Pork and Beans
8. Feels Like Summer
9. All My Favorite Songs
10. Undone – The Sweater Song
11. Surf Wax America
12. El Scorcho (Shorter last verse and ending)
13. Island in the Sun
14. Africa (Toto cover)
15. California Snow (Live debut; first verse and chorus only)
16. Say It Ain’t So
17. Buddy Holly

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