Green Day May Be Planning 25th Anniversary Tour for 'Dookie' Album

Green Day May Be Planning to Tour on 25th Anniversary of 'Dookie'

If Green Day isn't planning on playing its 1994 Dookie album in its entirety on tour, the band is at least considering the idea.  

Though Green Day has no tour dates announced, the band is rehearsing again. And according to drummer Tré Cool, the band recently rehearsed Dookie in its entirety. 

On Thursday, Cool posted a photo of himself with bandmates Mike Dirnt and Billie Joe Armstrong to Instagram with the caption "Fun band practice — swipe to see the set list we played today."

The second photo in the carousel post revealed the track list to Dookie written by hand.

Dookie was released in February of '94, so presumably by the time Green Day gets back on tour, the album will be nearing its 25th anniversary. Green Day has performed the entire record as recently as 2013's Reading and Leeds Festival.

Earlier this year, while working with his side project The Longshot, Armstrong vigorously denied rumors that Green Day was breaking up.

Green Day fans in the U.K. recently campaigned to get the band's song "American Idiot" back on the charts in time for President Donald Trump's arrival in the country. 

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