Green Day. Small Venue. Best Night Ever.


Angi grew up in southern Arizona but now lives in central New Mexico with her husband, two sons and four dogs. She creates, she responds to Yoast support requests, and she loves to ramble on about anything. When not doing those, she can be found slaving over the kitchen stove cooking for her family, curled up with a good book or watching any one of her favorite TV shows.

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13 Responses

  1. Ashley says:

    What fun!! I’ve only seen Green Day at music festivals. I still remember when I was 11 they were playing this hole-in-the-wall local club here and I wanted to see them. My parents thought I was way too young, and they were probably right. It might have been 18 and old club. Looks like you had an awesome time!!

    • Angi says:

      This concert originally started as an 18+ but they tossed out the age restriction before tickets went on sale. We saw lots of teens and a handful of preteens that were probably pretty grateful that the restriction was lifted.

  2. Mallery says:

    I am a fan of Green Day, and I would have loved to see them in a smaller venue setting! I’m so glad you were able to get out and have fun!

    • Angi says:

      The small venue was perfect. I don’t think a large venue would have had the same energetic atmosphere. I’m glad we got away for the day, too.

  3. A Million Moments (@JTooth12) says:

    Wow, this brings me back!! Green Day was my first concert without parents way back in 1994 when I was in the 8th grade. I loved them!

    • Angi says:

      That was around the time I first heard them, too. My mom would never have let me go to a concert so young. She was a little over-protective. She was worried about me going to this concert and I’m over 30.

  4. Wow, what a fun time!!! Not so sure about the safety of jumping off a balcony, but I guess people will always do crazy stuff, lol.

    • Angi says:

      It was probably as safe as the people crowd surfing in the pit. The pit was so jam packed that if one person moved their neighbors moved, too. And the balcony was probably as high as the high dive jumping into a pool.

  5. Jackye says:

    Looks like you had a blast!! 🙂 This is the reason I like attending concerts here in my hometown, their easier to interact with the band! Get better seats & spend less on the tickets! Glad you had fun!

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