Green Day Look Like They’re Plotting a 25th ‘Dookie’ Anniversary Tour

Band is rehearsing the 1994 album in its entirety

Next February will mark the 25th anniversary of the release of Green Day’s 1994 breakthrough album, Dookie. The band’s third studio effort propelled them to international superstardom behind the power of singles like “Longview”, “When I Come Around”, and “Basket Case,” with Dookie selling over 20 million copies worldwide.

While we’re dealing with pure speculation at this point, Green Day is certainly teasing fans with the prospect of a Dookie anniversary tour. Drummer Tre Cool took to Instagram on Thursday and posted a shot of the band with the caption “Fun band practice – swipe to see the set list we played today …”

That swipe revealed a list of songs that indicated they’re rehearsing Dookie in its entirety.

Fun band practice – swipe to see the set list we played today …—>

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Green Day’s last record was 2016’s Revolution Radio. Could a full Dookie tour be on the horizon? Let’s hope so. As Exclaim! points out, the band has previously performed the record in its entirety at Reading & Leeds in 2013.