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Green Day will make up its postponed Sept. 24 concert at the Fillmore Detroit on Oct. 24, the band’s reps announced Monday.

The Detroit concert was one of three shows postponed by the band due to illness.

The sold-out concert at the Fillmore — the band’s first performance at the venue since playing the then-State Theatre in Nov. 1997 — is now the second-to-last date on the band’s month-long American club run. The tour, which kicks off in Columbus, Ohio, on Monday, wraps Oct. 26 in St. Louis.

Green Day’s latest album, “Revolution Radio,” is due Oct. 7.

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