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Green Day at Irving Plaza: Live photos (SLIDE SHOW)

Punk-rock superstars Green Day kicked out the jams at Irving Plaza.

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"I have nothing to do after this except fuck my wife, so we're going all night," said Billie Joe Armstrong at Saturday night's Green Day show at Irving Plaza. Playing to a jam-packed crowd that included comedian Dane Cook and English "Lights" songstress Ellie Goulding, the band rocked out for nearly three hours, playing 40 songs. Kicking off the show with 1994 hit "Welcome To Paradise," the band played tracks from its upcoming album trilogy, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré!, plus fan favorites "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and "American Idiot," and a cover of AC/DC's "Highway to Hell." Iowa pop punks Lipstick Homicide opened the show, which was a promotion for Nokia and AT&T's new streaming service, Nokia Music. TONY photographer Loren Wohl captured the sweaty action.

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Lily H
Lily H

That's me on the barricade! That show was amazing, thank you for documenting it so well! These pictures are fantastic.