Foo Fighters Announced a U.S. Canada Headline Tour


Get ready, America: Foo Fighters are hitting the road in celebration of their 25th anniversary this year. Photo: Ryan Johnston

Huge news, Foo Fighters fans! Following last week’s confirmation from Dave Grohl that the band’s new album is now finished, the rock titans have revealed that they’ll be hitting the road in the U.S. to celebrate their 25th anniversary as a band.

The Foos had previously promised that 2020 would be “an insane year full of some seriously crazy shit”, and they’re sticking to that so far by announcing The Van Tour.

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The band will be hitting some of the same spots they did back in 1995 as part of the band’s 25th-anniversary celebrations but in arenas this time. Each show will also include a sneak peek at Dave Grohl’s brand new documentary What Drives Us.

See Foo Fighters live in the U.S. at the following:

Foo Fighters U.S. tour 2020


12 Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Arena
14 Albuquerque, NM, Santa Ana Star Center
16 Oklahoma City, OK, Chesapeake Energy Arena
18 Wichita, KS, INTRUST Bank Arena
20 Knoxville, TN, Thompson-Boiling Arena


10 Green Bay, WI, Resch Center
12 Grand Rapids, MI, Van Andel Arena
14 Cincinnati, OH, Heritage Bank Center
18 Cleveland, OH, Rocket Mortgage Arena
20 Hamilton, ON, FirstOntario Centre

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You can also catch Foo Fighters in Europe this summer:


10 Berlin, DE – Waldbühne (with The Pretty Reckless)
12 Nickelsdorf, AT – Nova Rock Festival
14 Milan, IT – I-Day
16 Nimes, FR – Arena de Nimes (with L7)
19 Valencia, ES – Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (with Yungblud, Honeyblood)
21 Lisbon, PT – Rock In Rio Lisboa

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