Get ready for an amazing summer concert with some of the biggest rock bands of the 90s playing Target Field in 2024.

Green Day will bring its 'Saviors Tour' to Target Field on August 17th featuring special guests The Smashing Pumpkins, Rancid, and The Linda Lindas. Green Day is hitting the road to celebrate 30 years of their third album Dookie, and 20 years of their album American Idiot.

If you want to score tickets to this awesome show your best chance is with the presale, which will start Wednesday, November 8th at 10 AM via Ticketmaster, to get access to the presale you'll need to sign up for the Green Day mailing list here by Tuesday, November 7th. Codes will be delivered for the presale on November 7th at 3 PM PT. General ticket sales will start at Ticketmaster on November 10th at 10 AM, and there is little doubt that this show will sell out quickly.

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This is the second Target Field concert that has been announced for the summer of 2024, Foo Fighters and The Pretenders will play on July 28th, tickets for that show have already sold out.

The Smashing Pumpkins Perform At The iHeartRadio Theater Presented By P.C. Richard & Son On June 19, 2012
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Green Day played Target Field just a few years ago in 2021 with Fall Out Boy and Weezer for the Hella Mega Tour. Smashing Pumpkins last played in Minnesota last November at the Xcel Energy Center. Smashing Pumpkins also played one of the largest concerts in the state's history when it played to a crowd of over 100,000 in downtown Minneapolis in July of 1998.

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