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Foo Fighters Announce Dates for 2015 Sonic Highways Tour

Foo Fighters Wrigley Field Concert Marks First 2015 Tour Date Announced

In the first announcement for what is expected to be a major worldwide tour, the Foo Fighters revealed that its 2015 venture will include the group’s first-ever performance at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Aug. 29. The Windy City figured prominently into the making of “Sonic Highways,” the Foo Fighters’ new album due out on Nov. 10, as it was one of eight cities handpicked for recording sessions documented for the HBO documentary of the same name. To celebrate the launch of the introspective series, the Foo Fighters played an intimate show at The Cubby Bear, which is located right across from Wrigley, on Oct. 17, with similar events reportedly in store for the other host cities: Washington, D.C., Austin, Los Angeles, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, and Seattle.

As of Oct. 24, no other dates have yet been announced for the Sonic Highways Tour, but it’s likely more details will come around the time of the album release. Save for a handful of music festival appearances, the Foo Fighters have largely remained off the tour circuit the last couple years, instead opting to focus on the writing and recording of “Sonic Highways,” which began in early 2013. Check back for more information regarding Foo Fighters tickets and tour dates as this page will be updated as news becomes available.

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Fronted by legendary rocker Dave Grohl, the Foo Fighters has proven to be one of the most enduring alternative rock bands of modern times, from its first single, “This Is a Call,” through later hits like “Bridge Burning.” Since Grohl formed the Foo Fighters out of the ashes of Nirvana in 1994, the GRAMMY Award-winning outfit has produced numerous alt-rock chart-topping hits, including 1999’s “Learn to Fly,”  2005’s “Best of You,” and 2007’s “The Pretender.” The band is equally at home performing at large festivals as it is headlining arenas and playing at smaller, more intimate venues, so no matter where you catch a concert on the Foo Fighters tour, you’re sure to experience an unforgettable evening with these giants of rock. Order Foo Fighters tickets from Vivid Seats to watch this beloved group play your favorite songs live.

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Who Are the Foo Fighters?

Foo Fighters Band Members

Dave Grohl is the lead singer and sole founding member of Foo Fighters, a project that he launched after the breakup of Nirvana. Pat Smear, Nirvana’s former touring guitarist, plays rhythm guitar for the Foo Fighters, and Nate Mendel has been the band’s bassist since 1995. Rounding out the lineup are Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins and lead guitarist Chris Shiflett.

What Does Foo Fighters Mean?

Foo fighters was a term popularized during World War II. American pilots used the phrase to describe unidentified flying objects they saw in the sky during wartime.

When Will the Foo Fighters Tour Again?

Every Foo Fighters tour through 2015 was launched in support of one of the band’s studio albums. You can expect the band will announce new concert dates when the Foo Fighters new album comes out.

Foo Fighters Tours

Since the release of the band’s first album in 1995, there has been a major Foo Fighters tour behind every new album. Almost every one of these live ventures has been an international trek, taking the group to perform at festivals and stadiums in Europe, South America, Asia, and Oceania, as well as the band’s native North America.

The Foo Fighters toured extensively in support of its debut album, but the band’s first major trek was 1997’s The Colour and the Shape Tour. This was also the band’s first major tour to feature longtime drummer Taylor Hawkins. Other major Foo Fighters concert ventures include the 2005-06 In Your Honor Tour and the 2014-15 Sonic Highways Tour.

Foo Fighters Songs

Looking at data featured on setlist.fm, the most common Foo Fighters songs fans have heard in concert include hits like “Everlong,” “Monkey Wrench,” “My Hero,” “Learn to Fly,” and “My Hero.” Other top tracks on the list include “Times Like These,” “I’ll Stick Around,” “Best of You,” and “The Pretender.”

Historically the most popular Foo Fighters albums performed in concert include “The Colour and the Shape,” “Foo Fighters,” “There Is Nothing Left to Lose,” and “One by One.”

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How Much Are Foo Fighters Tickets?

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Sample Foo Fighters Setlist

Monkey Wrench
Learn to Fly
Something from Nothing
The Pretender
Big Me
Cold Day in the Sun
My Hero
Times Like These
White Limo
Foo Fighters Concert

Before you head out to one of the Foo Fighters concert dates shown at the top of the page, check out this video of one of the band’s live appearances at Austin City Limits. You can also listen to the band’s 2006 live album, “Skin and Bones,” featured in the playlist above to get a feel for what this rock band’s concerts are like.