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Following Dave Grohl’s promise from the stage at Glastonbury, Foo Fighters have announced the Everything or Nothing at All UK Tour 2024.

Foo Fighters Tour Dates:

Manchester Emirates Old Trafford Stadium, 13 June + Wet Leg + Loose Articles
Manchester Emirates Old Trafford Stadium, 15 + Courtney Barnett + Chroma
Glasgow Hampden Stadium, 17 + Courtney Barnett + Honeyblood
London Stadium, 20 + Wet Leg + Shame
London Stadium, 22 + Courtney Barnett + Hot Milk
Cardiff Principality Stadium, 25 + Wet Leg + Himalayas
Birmingham Villa Park Stadium, 27 + Courtney Barnett + Hot Milk

Tickets on sale Friday (30 June) at 9am from Ticketmaster See Tickets

The monumental shows will mark rock icons most extensive UK trek since the release of their unanimously acclaimed 11th studio album ‘But Here We Are’. The full-length dropped on 02 June 2023 and smashed into the UK charts at No.1, making it the band’s sixth album to do so.

Foo Fighters recently played a surprise set at Glastonbury after eagle eyed fans spotted a reference to “churning up” in a statement shared by frontman Dave Grohl on Twitter, adding to speculation that the band could be secret act The ChurnUps.

The US rockers took to the Pyramid stage before headliners Arctic Monkeys on Friday night, with Grohl also making further appearances over the weekend alongside The Pretenders and Johnny Marr, as well as Saturday night headliners Guns N’ Roses for their performance of ‘Paradise City’.


Foo Fighters were due to play a UK stadium tour back in June/July 2022, however all dates were cancelled following the untimely death of drummer Taylor Hawkins.

The rockers recently made their return to the live stage with newly recruited drummer Josh Freese when they played their only European dates of 2023 at Germany’s Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park festivals.

Be sure not miss the American rock titans when they head back to UK shores next year!

Photo Credit: Scarlet Page / PRESS

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