Foo Fighters Tickets

May 01

Wed · 7:00 pm

Foo Fighters

Dos Equis PavilionDallas, TX

May 03

TBD

Shaky Knees Music Festival - 3 Day Pass (5/3 - 5/5) (Noah Kahan, Weezer, Foo Fighters)

Central Park AtlantaAtlanta, GA

May 05

Sun · 11:30 am

Shaky Knees Music Festival - Sunday (Foo Fighters with Billy Idol and Portugal. The Man)

Central Park AtlantaAtlanta, GA

May 07

Tue · 7:00 pm

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Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut CreekRaleigh, NC

May 09

Thu · 7:00 pm

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PNC Music PavilionCharlotte, NC

Jul 17

Wed · 5:30 pm

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Citi FieldQueens, NY

Jul 19

Fri · 5:30 pm

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Citi FieldQueens, NY

Jul 21

Sun · 5:30 pm

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Fenway ParkBoston, MA

Jul 23

Tue · 5:30 pm

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Hersheypark StadiumHershey, PA

Jul 25

Thu · 5:30 pm

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Great American Ball ParkCincinnati, OH

Jul 28

Sun · 5:30 pm

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Target FieldMinneapolis, MN

Aug 03

Sat · 5:30 pm

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Empower Field at Mile HighDenver, CO

Aug 07

Wed · 5:30 pm

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PETCO ParkSan Diego, CA

Aug 09

Fri · 5:30 pm

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BMO StadiumLos Angeles, CA

Aug 11

Sun · 5:30 pm

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BMO StadiumLos Angeles, CA

Aug 16

Fri · 5:30 pm

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Providence ParkPortland, OR

Aug 18

Sun · 5:30 pm

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T-Mobile ParkSeattle, WA

Jun 17

Mon · 5:00 pm

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Hampden Park - GlasgowGlasgow, Scotland

Jun 20

Thu · 5:00 pm

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London StadiumLondon, England

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About the Foo Fighters

Rising from the ashes of grunge icon Nirvana, Foo Fighters have carved their own niche on the rock landscape. Led by the indomitable Dave Grohl, the band has defied expectations and captivated audiences worldwide with their anthemic melodies and unwavering commitment to their craft.

Following the tragic passing of Kurt Cobain in 1994, Grohl channeled his grief into music, creating a self-recorded demo under the moniker "Foo Fighters," inspired by World War II reports of UFOs. This raw talent caught the industry's attention, and soon, he assembled a band to bring his vision to life.

Their self-entitled debut in 1995 showcased Grohl's songwriting skills, blending grunge, punk, and alternative rock into their new signature sound. Subsequent albums like The Colour and the Shape (1997) and One by One (2002) catapulted them to mainstream success, solidifying their place among rock's elite.

They’ve continued to evolve their sound and expand their global fanbase, becoming renowned for their electrifying live performances. Today, the Foo Fighters stand as rock royalty, having left an undeniable mark on music history and inspiring generations of musicians.

10 Songs Often Found on the Foo Fighters’ Setlist

Foo Fighters’ concerts are legendary! From the early grunge days to their stadium-packing present, their setlists are a curated blend of chart-topping hits and fan favorites. Buckle up as we delve into 10 songs that fans love to hear live.

  • Best of You

  • Learn to Fly

  • Times Like These

  • All My Life

  • Everlong

  • Monkey Wrench

  • Breakout

  • This Is a Call

  • My Hero

  • Big Me

Live Moments That Made Headlines

  • Dave Grohl's Broken Leg and Throne Performance (2015): During a show in Gothenburg, Sweden, Dave Grohl fell off the stage and broke his leg. Despite the injury, he continued the show, performing from a custom-built throne. This moment became a legendary example of Grohl's dedication and rock-and-roll spirit.

  • Surprise Nirvana Reunion with Krist Novoselic (2017): In Eugene, Oregon, Dave Grohl was joined on stage by his former Nirvana bandmate Krist Novoselic for a performance of "Scentless Apprentice." This unexpected reunion sent shockwaves through the music world and was a poignant tribute to their late bandmate Kurt Cobain.

  • Dave Grohl's Drum Solo Marathon (2015): During a show in London, England, Dave Grohl embarked on an epic 45-minute drum solo, inviting various drummers from the audience to join him on stage. This display of drumming virtuosity and camaraderie was a highlight of the tour.

  • Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters Fan Son Performance (2018): At a 2018 Foo Fighters concert in Austin, Texas, a young fan named Yayo, sporting full KISS makeup, held up a sign begging to play "Monkey Wrench" with the band. Dave Grohl noticed, pulled him onstage, and the magic unfolded. Of course, Yayo shredded the guitar solo!

  • The Mentor and the Prodigee (2020): 11-year-old drumming prodigy Nandi Bushell ignited the Internet with a drum battle challenge for Dave Grohl. The online sensation culminated in an epic moment as Grohl invited Nandi to join him on stage at the Los Angeles Forum. Together, they conquered Foo Fighters' "Everlong." 

Foo Fighters Collaborations

  • Greg Dulli (1995): Dulli of Afghan Whigs contributed a smoldering guitar solo to “X-Static” on Foo Fighters’ debut album, adding depth and grit to the young band’s sound.

  • Josh Homme (2002): Grohl and Homme teamed up for a blistering cover of Cream's “Sunshine of Your Love,” showcasing their rockstar energy on Homme’s Desert Sessions project.

  • Norah Jones (2005): An unexpected pairing, Grohl and Jones delivered a hauntingly beautiful duet for “Virginia Moon” on the “Songs for the Warped Mind” compilation, blending rock and pop.

  • Justin Timberlake (2017): On “Make It Right” from “Concrete and Gold,” Grohl and Timberlake created a genre-bending duet, pushing the boundaries of Foo Fighters’ sound with pop sensibilities.

  • Them Crooked Vultures (2009): Grohl formed this supergroup with John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin) and Josh Homme, resulting in a self-titled album that explored bluesy rock, showcasing their virtuosity and collaborative spirit.

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Who are the Foo Fighters' stage influences?

The Foo Fighters draw inspiration from The Ramones, Black Flag, Flipper, The Pixies, Sonic Youth, and the masters of theatrical stage shows, Queen. They’ve also been inspired by the songwriting of the Beatles.

Are there any age restrictions for Foo Fighters concerts?

Most Foo Fighters shows are open to all ages, but restrictions may vary by venue. Check the website for specific rules, as most are subject to change.

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Are food and beverages permitted inside the venue for a Foo Fighters concert?

Foo Fighters concert policies vary. Some venues prohibit outside food and drinks. Don’t forget to check the official venue website or artist event listings for specific restrictions.

Do the Foo Fighters tour?

The Foo Fighters tour about every 18-24 months, Pearl Jam, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Smashing Pumpkins, Queen, and more. Catch them whenever you can! Reserve tickets at GoTickets.com.

How long do Foo Fighters concerts last?

The length of a Foo Fighters concert depends on the lineup. Their set alone is typically about 120 minutes long, including approximately 20–25 songs and at least one encore.