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Foo Fighters Announce 2022 North American Tour

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The Foo Fighters’ 25th anniversary tour, which was derailed by the pandemic, will now be the band’s 27th anniversary tour.

The newly-inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Famers have confirmed 17 new concert dates, scheduled to take place across North America during May, July and August of next year.

Tickets for the newly announced headline shows will be on sale to the public Friday, December 3rd at 10am local time. Dates are below.

The Foos have been keeping extremely busy lately. They recently announced that they’ll star in a new horror comedy, Studio 666. That’s scheduled to be released in 2,000+ theaters on February 25.

Shortly after that announcement, they released a new video for the track “Love Dies Young” starring Ted Lasso‘s Jason Sudeikis.

On top of all of that, last week, their song “Making a Fire” was nominated for the Best Rock Performance Grammy.

Meanwhile, frontman Dave Grohl is once again celebrating Hanukkah this year by offering eight unique covers of tracks originally by Jewish musicians (one for each night of the holiday). Thus far, he has released a brutal metal version of Lisa Loeb’s “Stay” and a satirical take on the Ramones’ “Blitzkrieg Bop” with the lyrics altered to be holiday-appropriate.

Foo Fighters Live Dates

5/14 – The Pavilion at Star Lake – Burgettstown, PA 
5/20 – Coastal Credit Union Music Park – Raleigh, NC
5/24 – PNC Music Pavilion – Charlotte, NC
7/17– Citi Field – New York, NY 
7/19 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga Springs, NY
7/22 – Rogers Centre – Toronto, ON
7/24 – Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA
7/27 – Maine Savings Amphitheater – Bangor, ME
7/29 – Osheaga Festival – Montreal, QC
8/1 – Ruoff Music Center – Noblesville, IN
8/3 – Huntington Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN
8/6 – Empower Field at Mile High – Denver, CO
8/8 – USANA Amphitheater – Salt Lake City, UT
8/10 – Big Sky Events Arena – Big Sky, MT 
8/13 – T-Mobile Park – Seattle, WA 
8/18 – Banc of California Stadium – Los Angeles, CA 
8/20 – Banc of California Stadium – Los Angeles, CA

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