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Foo Fighters revealed their stadium tour last year on June 27, 2023, they announced a 5-city leg in the UK, followed by an additional Manchester date the next day. The tour expanded further on October 2, 2023, with a confirmed 10-city North American leg.

Overall the “Everything or Nothing At All” tour encompasses five countries and boasts 32 upcoming concerts. This marks the Foo Fighters’ tenth stadium tour, and it kicks off on June 13, 2024, in Manchester.

European Foo Fighters fans rejoice! The band has confirmed a 2024 Summer tour across the continent. This tour will promote their latest album, “But Here We Are,” their first since the heartbreaking loss of drummer Taylor Hawkins.

Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters are bringing their “Everything or Nothing at All” tour to the UK from June 13th to 27th. The tour includes a doubleheader at London Stadium on June 20th and 22nd, 2024. This marks Foo Fighters’ return to London Stadium since their record-breaking performance in 2018.

Following their European tour, the Foo Fighters will head across the pond for a North American leg from July 17th to August 18th. They’ll be joined by a rotating lineup of opening acts, including The Pretenders, The Hives, Alex G, L7, Mammoth WVH, and Amyl and The Sniffers.

What happened to Taylor Hawkins, Foo Fighter’s Ex-Drummer?

In March 2022, the music world was rocked by the sudden and tragic death of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins. Hawkins, known for his electrifying energy and undeniable talent, had been with the band since 1997, forming a powerful rhythm section alongside frontman Dave Grohl.

Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins died unexpectedly at the age of 50 on March 25th, 2022. He was found unresponsive in his hotel room at the Four Seasons Casa Medina in Bogotá, Colombia after complaining of chest pains. Medical personnel attempted CPR but were unable to revive him. His death came just hours before the band was scheduled to perform at a festival in the city.

An initial toxicology test revealed the presence of ten substances in his system, including opioids, marijuana and antidepressants. Some reports suggested Hawkins may have had an underlying heart condition, raising the possibility that “it could have collapsed” apart from any contribution of drugs in his system.” However, the official cause of death has not been publicly disclosed.

Who Is Foo Fighter’s New Drummer?

Josh Freese is a true chameleon of the music industry. Beyond his current stint with Foo Fighters (since 2023), he’s a founding member of punk rockers The Vandals and a longtime member of new wave band Devo. Freese’s insane work ethic has seen him contribute to over 400 albums and tours with a mind-blowing list of artists, from Nine Inch Nails to Sting. He even filled in for Guns N’ Roses and A Perfect Circle.

After drumming for Foo Fighters at Taylor Hawkins’ tribute concerts in 2022, they officially made Josh Freese their full-time drummer in May 2023.

Who Is Supporting Foo Fighters on their 2024 Summer Tour?

Foo Fighters’ massive summer tour boasts a dynamic roster of openers across various cities. Aussie rock darling Courtney Barnett, known for her clever lyrics and electrifying live shows, brings her indie rock energy to select dates. Fans of high-octane rock can expect face-melting sets from The Hives, the Swedish garage punk band renowned for their frenetic energy and catchy hooks.

Joining the party are legendary British rockers The Pretenders, bringing their timeless anthems and Chrissie Hynde’s iconic vocals to the stage. Mammoth WVH, fronted by Wolfgang Van Halen, the son of Eddie Van Halen, rounds out the diverse lineup. This rising hard rock outfit is sure to impress with their powerful sound, and you can also catch them opening for Metallica on their 2024 tour.

Foo Fighters Concert Schedule for 2024

Get ready to rock out with the Foo Fighters this summer! Here’s your chance to catch them live in concert across Europe and North America. Mark your calendars and check out the dates and locations below:

06-13 Manchester, England – Emirates Old Trafford !/
06-15 Manchester, England – Emirates Old Trafford %~
06-17 Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park %<
06-20 London, England – London Stadium !>
06-22 London, England – London Stadium %@
06-25 Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium !\
06-27 Birmingham, England – Villa Park %@
07-17 Queens, NY – Citi Field &+
07-19 Queens, NY – Citi Field £=
07-21 Boston, MA – Fenway Park £= 
07-23 Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium £=
07-25 Cincinnati, OH – Great American Ballpark &+
07-28 Minneapolis, MN – Target Field &!
08-03 Denver, CO – Empower Field at Mile High &+
08-07 San Diego, CA – Petco Park £$
08-09 Los Angeles, CA – BMO Stadium £=
08-11 Los Angeles, CA – BMO Stadium &$
08-16 Portland, OR – Providence Park Soccer Stadium &$
08-18 Seattle, WA – T-Mobile Park &$

! with Wet Leg
% with Courtney Barnett
@ with Hot Milk
/ with Loose Articles
~ with Chroma
< with Honeyblood
> with Shame
\ with Himalayas
& with Pretenders
+ with Mammoth WVH
! with L7 
£ with The Hives
= with Amyl and the Sniffers
$ with Alex G

Foo Fighters Tickets Sale and Prices

Despite many of the concerts on the European leg being sold out, you can still get tickets for several dates and venues, available at the usual places, including the band’s official website. Prices range from $43, with an average of $339 for the US leg.

Foo Fighters Average Setlist for 2024 Tour

Below, you can find the average setlist for 2024 Foo Fighter’s Tour:
(Note: Please be aware that specific dates and venues may include additional songs, so it’s advisable to review individual setlists for complete details.)
  1. Under You
  2. The Pretender
  3. Learn to Fly
  4. No Son of Mine
  5. Breakout
  6. Walk
  7. Rescued
  8. No Way Back
  9. White Limo
  10. Big Me
  11. Dear Rosemary
  12. Long Road to Ruin
  13. Stacked Actors
  14. Cold Day in the Sun
  15. DOA
  16. Under Pressure (Queen cover)
  17. The Glass
  18. Generator
  19. Times Like These
  20. My Hero
  21. Wheels
  22. This Is a Call
  23. Run
  24. All My Life
  25. Monkey Wrench
  26. Best of You
  27. Everlong

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