1.Hello, Oakland!

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Green Day treated hometown fans to a surprise performance Tuesday night at Oakland, CA's recently renovated Fox Theatre. The show was announced at 5 P.M. -- and one minute later all 3,500 tickets were sold. Here frontman Billie Joe Armstrong gets the show started.

2.Hello, Oakland!

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Green Day treated hometown fans to a surprise performance Tuesday night at Oakland, CA's recently renovated Fox Theatre. The show was announced at 5 P.M. -- and one minute later all 3,500 tickets were sold. Here frontman Billie Joe Armstrong gets the show started.

3.Special Effects

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The performance was a warm up for Green Day's upcoming summer tour. The band -- featuring two extra guitarists and a keyboardist -- have been rehearsing at the venue in recent weeks. Tuesday they unveiled their new stage set, which features bright lights and a cityscape backdrop.

4.Sneak Preview

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The pop-punk band kicked off the two-hour show by performing their new album, 21st Century Breakdown (out May 15), track by track. Here, bassist Mike Dirnt adds some bottom.

5.Oldies But Goodies

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Next the boys ripped into a set of older classics, including "Welcome to Paradise," "Minority," and "She." Here, Armstrong, drummer Tré Cool, and Dirnt kick out the jams.

6.Rock Out

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When Green Day ripped into the first chords of "American Idiot," fans went absolutely nuts!

7.Hometown Pride

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"This next song goes out to everybody down at Gilman Street," said Armstrong, dedicating American Idiot's "Jesus Of Suburbia" to Oakland's punk nexus.

8.Goodnight and Good Luck!

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Green Day ended the show with American Idiot epic "Homecoming," a 10-minute rocker with five different movements.