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Green Day at the Hollywood Palladium: Still Idiots After All These Years


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On Monday, Oct. 17, California punk rockers Green Day promoted their latest release, Revolution Radio, to a nostalgic, sold-out crowd at the Palladium. For over two hours Hollywood was transported back to the glory days of '90 and early 2000s pop-punk. Dog Party opened the night.
All photographs by Hannah Verbeuren. 

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