Green Day Wembley video shows fan's epic crowd surf as Billie Joe encourages her to leap off stage

Fans watch Green Day perform at Wembley Stadium
-Credit: (Image: Matthew Baker/Getty Images)

A video has shown the moment a Green Day fan crowd surfs as the American band played to a sold out Wembley Stadium. They played through two of their defining albums at the gig.

It was the final UK and Ireland date of The Saviors tour. The performance came after the release of Green Day’s 14th studio album Saviors.

The tour also celebrates 30 years of Dookie and 20 years of American Idiot. Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong told fans: "I think this is the biggest ever show we've played in London."

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Billie Joe front man of Green Day singing on stage playing the guitar
Green Day rocked Wembley last night -Credit:Matthew Baker/Getty Images

London crowds have been made famous by the band before after they posted footage of their crowd in Hyde Park belting out Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody before Green Day took to the stage in 2017. It has garnered 33 million views online.

Now, a video of a fan from last night's performance has shown her crowd surfing after being encouraged by Billie Joe to leap off the stage following him inviting her up to sing with him. @octoexp490 posted the clip on X.

They said: "To the girl at the Green Day concert at Wembley who got called up to the stage, here's a video of you crowd surfing! YOU F****** ROCKED!"

Watch the video below

'I think 14-year-old me needs to do this once'

Green Day's Saviors tour arrived in the capital on Saturday after previously stopping in Dublin, Glasgow, the Isle of Wight and Manchester. Armstrong has often spoken of his love for London, including hanging out in Islington and watching football games at Millwall, Arsenal and Leyton Orient.

Two giant inflatable footballs were sent into the crowd as the set from first support band Maid Of Ace neared its end. The inflatables kept some of the crowd entertained ahead of indie rockers Nothing But Thieves in the main support slot.

"I think 14-year-old me needs to do this once," said singer Conor Mason before he shouted: "Wembley." Mason could be seen saying "wow" as he looked out to the crowd during the performance.

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