American punk rock crew Green Day will take their latest tour overseas after completing a late summer run of the U.S. and Canada. The 26-city trek across Europe kicks off September 28 at Atlantico Pavilion in Lisbon, Portugal, and ends November 12 at Palaolimpico in Turin, Italy.

Green Day will perform a total of 29 shows on the jaunt, playing two-night engagements in England on October 23-24 at the O2 Arena in London, on October 27-28 at the LG Arena in Birmingham and on October 30-31 at MEN Arena in Manchester.

Other stops on the European circuit include an October 4 show at Bercy in Paris, France, an October 12 concert at Spectrum in Oslo, Norway, and a November 3 performance at Olympiahalle in Munich, Germany. The first ticket sales for the currently confirmed European dates begin April 30. The fall trek will be Green Day’s first European tour in four years.

The punk rockers announced plans for a 38-city tour of the U.S. and Canada last week and just rolled out venue confirmations for the trek. The North American shows, which kick-off the entire world tour, pick up July 3 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA, and continue through August 25 at the Forum in Los Angeles, CA. A full listing of the confirmed venues can be found below.

Green Day is touring in support of the upcoming May 15 release, “21st Century Breakdown,” the band’s eighth studio album. The record is a follow-up to and continuation of 2004’s Grammy Award-winning rock opera “American Idiot,” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and went Platinum five times in the U.S. The 2004 album makes its stage debut as a musical later this year in Green Day’s hometown of Berkeley, CA.

Green Day updated itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

July 3 Seattle, WA Key Arena
July 4 Vancouver, BC GM Place
July 6 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
July 7 Saskatoon, SK Credit Union Centre
July 9 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
July 10 Fargo, ND Fargo Dome
July 11 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
July 13 Chicago, IL United Center
July 14 Detroit, MI Palace Of Auburn Hills
July 16 Hamilton, ON Copps Coliseum
July 17 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank
July 18 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
July 20 Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden
July 21 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Spectrum
July 22 Pittsburgh, PA Mellon Arena
July 24 Hartford, CT XL Center
July 25 Albany, NY Times Union Center
July 27 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
July 29 Washington, DC Verizon Center
July 31 Nashville, TN Somet Center
August 1 Atlanta, GA Gwinnet
August 3 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum
August 4 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
August 5 Orlando, FL Amway Arena
August 7 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
August 8 Houston, TX Toyota Center
August 9 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
August 11 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
August 12 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
August 13 Omaha, NE Quest
August 15 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
August 16 Salt Lake City, UT Energy Sol Arena
August 18 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion
August 20 San Diego, CA Cox Arena
August 21 Las Vegas, NV Mandalay
August 22 Phoenix, AZ U.S. Air Arena
August 24 Sacramento, CA Arco Arena
August 25 Los Angeles, CA Forum
September 28 Lisbon, POR Atlantico Pavilion
September 29 Madrid, SPA Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad
October 1 Barcelona, SPA Palau Sant Jordi
October 2 Toulouse, FRA Zenith
October 4 Paris, FRA Bercy
October 5 Cologne, GER Cologne Arena
October 7 Berlin, GER O2 World Arena
October 8 Hamburg, GER Color Line Arena
October 9 Copenhagen, DEN Forum
October 11 Stockholm, SWE The Globe
October 12 Oslo, NOR Spectrum
October 16 Rotterdam, NET Ahoy
October 17 Antwerp, BEL Sportpalais
October 19 Glasgow, SCO SECC
October 20 Belfast, NIR Odyssey Arena
October 21 Dublin, IRE The O2
October 23 – 24 London, ENG The O2
October 26 Sheffield, ENG Sheffield Arena
October 27 – 28 Birmingham, ENG LG Arena
October 30 – 31 Manchester, ENG MEN Arena
November 3 Munich, GER Olympiahalle
November 6 Vienna, AUT Stadthalle
November 8 Zurich, SWI Hallenstadion
November 10 Milan, ITA Datchforum
November 11 Bologna, ITA Futur Show
November 12 Turin, ITA Palaolimpico