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Foo Fighters were forced to cancel their UK tour in 2015, but fans are hoping they will return to UK in 2018. Book your Foo Fighters at London Stadium hospitality today, or find out about hospitality packages at Etihad Stadium.
Foo Fighters tour in the UK has been announced with one performance at Etihad Stadium in Manchester (19th June 2018) and two performances at London Stadium (22nd & 23rd June 2018) at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Book for Foo Fighters tour hospitality today!
After a Foo Fighters concert led to lead singer Dave Grohl breaking his leg on stage in Sweden, Foo Fighters had to cancel both their headlining spot at Glastonbury 2015, two dates at Wembley Stadium and one at BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.
Foo Fighters performed their headline set at this years Glastonbury, telling the excited crowds “I’m about two years late, I’m sorry.” We wonder if Foo Fighters will continue to make up for their missed shows of 2015 and announce a Foo Fighters at UK performance in 2018.
Foo Fighters have been teasing out their new album, Concrete & Gold, having already released Run and The Sky is a Neighbourhood. Foo Fighters album release date for Concrete and Gold is 15th September 2017. Dave Grohl suggests this upcoming Foo Fighters album doesn’t sounds like something they’ve ever done before.
It seems Foo Fighters continue to go from strength to strength, saying their recent shows are their favourite shows they’ve ever done. Foo Fighters consider themselves a family and it’s evident from how they perform together. Having a great time, they connect with the audience and continue to top each show with production.
Everyone singing along with Dave Grohl to hits such as Times Like These makes for an unforgettable experience. Foo Fighters have played six festivals prior to the end of June 2017, throughout the UK and Europe. It seems they are building up to one of the biggest concerts of their careers.
Foo Fighters at Wembley Stadium in 2008 was considered their ‘biggest ever show’ until recently. 86,000 people turned up to watch Foo Fighters perform on a revolving stage and fireworks finished the show, accompanied by Foo Fighters live rendition of Best of You. Foo Fighters at Wembley was one of the greatest shows in the stadiums history and there next tour is expected to be bigger still.
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