Green Day on Live Earth Concert?

Ex-Vice President Al Gore revealed plans for Live Earth – the Concert for a Climate in Crisis, a series of seven concerts set to take place across the globe July 7. More then 100 music artists will perform live in US, China, UK, Brazil, Antarctica, South Africa, Japan and Australia.

The first 25 confirmed performers include the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bon Jovi, John Mayer, Fall Out Boy, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Foo Fighters, Snoop Dogg, Lenny Kravitz, Duran Duran, Snow Patrol, John Legend, the Black Eyed Keas, Akon, Enrique Iglesias, Mana, Keane, Kelly Clarkson, Korn, AFI, Paolo Nutini, Bloc Party, Damien Rice, Corinne Bailey Rae and Melissa Etheridge, among others. 75 more are expected to be announced.

There are some rumors that Green Day could be one of the artists to be announced soon. More information about the concerts can be found for example on Live Earth Concerts. I hope we will find out more information in next few weeks.





5 Responses to “Green Day on Live Earth Concert?”

  1. Phil Says:

    I hope so – Green Day are one of the great bands who are behind this issue. The are one of the first bands I thought of when first reading the announcement at:

    http://liveearth.msn.com/

  2. 1984 Says:

    Hello My names Emma i love greenday and cant wait untill the new tour dates are released if anyone knows any thing about dates and stuff please let me know! i need to see them again asap its been ages! Greenday are the best band in the world and i permanently listern to them. i also play the guitar and there music is just ace!!!!

  3. Green fan Says:

    Green Days doing the NRDC thing which is about save in the world and everything so it would b awesome 2 see them there at live earth !

  4. thomas Says:

    I LOVE GREENDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! P.S GO HABS GO!

  5. Stephanus Smit Says:

    Hi guys. Do you have any plans to come to South Africa? If not you are going to force me to save money to go and see you somewhere else. What a great band!

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