Billy Joe Armstrong shock: Green Day vocalist turns emotional in front of 50,000 fans

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - AUGUST 15: Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day performs during the Hella Mega Tour at Wrigley Field on August 15, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images)

Green Day is back on tour, and with the announcement of the “Hella Mega Tour” in the United Kingdom and Europe with Fall Out Boy and Weezer, the band may have found their best crowd yet.

With so many people jamming to their songs, a large and lively crowd can still make bands or artists overwhelmed with joy.

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong broke down in tears after seeing their large crowd in Argentina.

The rock band posted a video of their performance at Buenos Aires’ Estadio Vélez Sarsfield in Argentina on their Instagram account.

Billie Joe Armstrong, moved by their fans’ massive display of enthusiasm, couldn’t help but be moved by the breathtaking view of the crowd.

Singing in front of a 50,000-strong audience, the 50-year-old vocalist has pumped up the audience, even more, jumping and screaming in unison on the first part of their final song of the night, “Jesus of Suburbia.”

Green Day fans jumped in unison and sang along to the first parts of the song as Billy Joe Armstrong screamed on stage:

“F–cking Argentina! This is the craziest show I’ve had. You’re making me f–cking cry. Show the world, Argentina.”

Kerrang! claims The goosebumps came after a 20-track setlist for the Argentina concert.

Green Day began their performance with the GRAMMY-winning song “American Idiot” from their album of the same name, which was their most well-known song. Their closing song, “Jesus of Suburbia,” is also from the same 2004 album.

Green Day headlined the Rock N Rio festival days before their Argentina performance, alongside Coldplay, Iron Maiden, and Guns N’ Roses, among others.