What happens when you get a bunch of kids that play in punk bands around the Bay Area altogether to show their love for Green Day's Dookie, one of the most influential punk bands and albums of all time? You get this amazing show at 924 Gilman to promote 25 years of the album, which hit mainstream audiences across the world on February 1st, 1994. Along with the show, a vinyl compilation was released on Asian Man Records of each band covering a song from the classic punk rock album. The night of the show and compilation record was filled with many acts including Pity Party, Gnarboots, Sarchasm, Grumpster, and many more with Gilman legends Corrupted Morals, who Green Day opened for when the band was first starting out and were frequent visitors of 924 Gilman.
Pick up a copy of the tribute record through Asian Man Records website down in the link below.
Bands in order for the night of 2.2.2019:
Rex Means King
Little Debbie And The Crusaders
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