The 25th anniversary of Green Day's breakthrough 1994 album Dookie was last February but the band may finally be getting around to celebrating it. The band recently announced a one-off performance in Madrid, Spain on October 30th at the intimate La Riviera club, and soon after rumors began to surface on Reddit that a performance of the Dookie album in full would occur.

Now, it looks like frontman Billie Joe Armstrong is confirming the speculation, posting on his Instagram story a close-up view of the Dookie artwork with a Spanish flag added to it. He also posted on the fan account @greendayitalianrageandlove, sharing a winking eye emoji and asking, "Would you like to hear the entire Dookie live?"

It's not known if there will be any additional Dookie dates. Green Day is also playing in Seville, Spain on November 2nd. The band will launch a major tour next summer with Weezer and Fall Out Boy as all three acts gear up to release new albums.

Last month Green Day shared the music video for its new single, "Father of All…" The track is set to appear on the trio's 13th studio album, also titled Father of All…, which is due out February 7th, 2020 and follows Green Day's 2016 LP Revolution Radio.