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Green Day Donate $2,000 To Cover Damages From Denny's Punk Show

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Green Day has donated $2,000 to cover damages that resulted from a wild rock show that was held at a Denny's earlier this month.


Green Day has donated $2,000 to cover damages that resulted from a wild rock show that was held at a Denny's earlier this month.

17-year-old Bryson Del Valle rented a Denny's in Santa Ana, California, to host punk rock band WACKO to perform a 20-minute set on his birthday on December 15.

Things quickly got out of hand, as the audience members formed a large moshpit in the middle of the diner, resulting in broken chairs, tables, and a chandelier.

The manager of the Denny's alleged that he was entirely unaware that a concert was being held and placed a $1,800 bill on Valle at the end of the night, to cover which he and the band set up two separate fundraisers on gofundme.com.

In a now-deleted Instagram post, the band shared several post-set scenes from the diner, along with a caption encouraging the attendees to donate to the fundraiser; "if you broke s-t on purpose you suck but at least you and any1 who has a heart for what this kid pulled off should donate some money to his a-s," they wrote.

After Green Day learned about the incident, they donated $2,000 to the account and also left a message for the kid, who manages a skateboarding and promotional booking company called the Bastards Club; "Hey Bryson call us! We wanna play the [club]. Love, Green Day."

Meanwhile, the band is gearing up to release their 13th studio album, Father Of All... on February 7, 2020.

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Green Day Donate $2,000 To Cover Damages From Denny's Punk Show


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Green Day has donated $2,000 to cover damages that resulted from a wild rock show that was held at a Denny's earlier this month.

Green Day has donated $2,000 to cover damages that resulted from a wild rock show that was held at a Denny's earlier this month.

17-year-old Bryson Del Valle rented a Denny's in Santa Ana, California, to host punk rock band WACKO to perform a 20-minute set on his birthday on December 15.

Things quickly got out of hand, as the audience members formed a large moshpit in the middle of the diner, resulting in broken chairs, tables, and a chandelier.

The manager of the Denny's alleged that he was entirely unaware that a concert was being held and placed a $1,800 bill on Valle at the end of the night, to cover which he and the band set up two separate fundraisers on gofundme.com.

In a now-deleted Instagram post, the band shared several post-set scenes from the diner, along with a caption encouraging the attendees to donate to the fundraiser; "if you broke s-t on purpose you suck but at least you and any1 who has a heart for what this kid pulled off should donate some money to his a-s," they wrote.

After Green Day learned about the incident, they donated $2,000 to the account and also left a message for the kid, who manages a skateboarding and promotional booking company called the Bastards Club; "Hey Bryson call us! We wanna play the [club]. Love, Green Day."

Meanwhile, the band is gearing up to release their 13th studio album, Father Of All... on February 7, 2020.

Copyright(c) 2019 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved


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