Attention: Foo Fighters fans, we have some big news for you… if you’ve been wanting to see the band live, you’re in luck, because the group has extended their tour!
On Monday, the band, which is led by Dave Grohl, announced that they are officially adding dates to their North American leg of the Concrete and Gold Tour. While the group might currently be in the United States performing at venues in Birmingham, Alabama and in New Orleans this week, they are coming back to the States for more in 2018.
The newly added dates for North America will begin on April 18, 2018 in Austin, Texas. This leg of the tour will kick off with a few Texas venues followed by a summer of fun in the States, including stops in Florida, Tennessee, New York, Illinois, and more — with a few UK dates thrown into their schedule in between.
Their stop in Atlanta come late April will also mark the first performance at Georgia State Stadium, which is exciting news for Foo Fighters fans who happen to be living in the South and want to see them in a massive arena.
After releasing their ninth studio album, Concrete and Gold, in September 2017, Grohl and company began touring all over the world with their new music, and clearly their original dates just weren’t enough for their dedicated fans.
According to the Foo Fighters, tickets go on sale for these newly released dates on Friday, November 3 (so mark your calendars!), and pre-sale members can sign up today, and purchase their tickets on Monday, October 30, 2017.
For more information about the Foo Fighter’s Concrete and Gold Tour, click here.
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