MADRID, SPAIN – JUNE 01: The band Green Day during a performance at the Road to Rio Babel concert, at the Caja Magica, on June 1, 2024, in Madrid, Spain. Green Day is a punk rock band formed in 1986 under the name Sweet Children, until 1989, when they changed to their current name. It has won several Grammy Awards for Best Rock Album. (Photo By Ricardo Rubio/Europa Press via Getty Images)

Green Day kicked off their massive ‘Saviors’ world tour last night (May 30) in Spain with an impressive setlist.

The band, consisting of Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tre Cool, headlined the O Son do Camino festival in Monte do Gozo, Spain, for the tour’s opening night.

They began their performance with “The American Dream Is Killing Me,” the lead single from their 14th studio album, ‘Saviors.’ Following this, they played their entire 1994 album, ‘Dookie.’ Afterward, Armstrong and the band treated the audience to “Know Your Enemy,” “Dilemma,” and “Brain Stew” before launching into a complete performance of their 2004 album, ‘American Idiot.’

The stage setup featured a gigantic hand holding a red grenade heart, reminiscent of the ‘American Idiot’ album artwork, along with numerous Marshall amps stacked on stage. This year marks the 30th anniversary of ‘Dookie’ and the 20th anniversary of ‘American Idiot,’ and the band had previously promised to perform both albums in full during the tour.