Ahead of their headlining performance at Lollapalooza on Sunday, Green Day played an intimate warmup show at Chicago’s Metro on Friday night. For fans who managed to score a ticket to the 1,100-persons capacity venue, they witnessed a career-spanning 28-song set that included a number of live rarities.
Green Day seemingly treated the night as akin to a club show from their early days, playing most material from early albums like Kerplunk, Dookie, Insomniac, and Warning.
Notably, the band performed “Warning” and “Church on Sunday” for the first time since 2001. They also delivered the first full band performance of “Watsername” since 2005.
The setlist also included “Letterbomb,” “Private Ale,” “Christie Road,” “One of My Lies,” “Geek Stink Breath,” and “J.A.R.” — none of which had been played live since 2016-2017.
You can find the full setlist and fan-captured video of the concert below.
Letterbomb (First time live since 2017)
Church on Sunday (First time live since 2001)
Too Dumb to Die (First time live since 2017)
Private Ale (First time live since 2016)
Christie Road (First time live since 2017)
One of My Lies (First time live since 2017)
Whatsername (First full band performance since 2005)
Oh Love (First time live since 2001)
Warning (First time live since 2001)
Murder City (First full band performance since 20013)
Welcome to Paradise
Geek Stink Breath (First time live since 2017)
Stuck With Me
J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva) (First time live since 2017)