The Foo Fighters continue to ramp up the action with another set of headlining dates added to their previously scheduled 2023 festival and tour itinerary.
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Now, on top of their previously announced headlining appearances at the upcoming Boston Calling festival over Memorial Day Weekend May 26-28, the Harley-Davidson Homecoming festival July 13-16 in Milwaukee, WI, New Jersey's Sea.Hear.Now. festival September 16-17, and Chicago's Riot Fest, September 15-17 -- the Foo Fighters have revealed more headlining dates.
Fans in New Hampshire, Arkansas, and Alabama are next up to bask in the glory of the Foos as they make their triumphant return following the passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins in 2022. Check out the newly announced May and June dates below. Tickets for these dates are on sale now via Live Nation.
Plus, the group just announced another six headlining dates hitting Washington, Utah, Nevada, Virginia, Arizona, and Texas -- and they're taking along The Breeders as openers. Tickets will be on sale Friday, April 14 at 10AM local time for those shows.
See the full list of scheduled shows below.
Foo Fighters 2023 headlining dates:
5/24 | Gilford, NH | Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
5/26-28 | Boston, MA | Boston Calling Festival
6/14 | Rogers, AR | Walmart AMP
6/16 | Pelham, AL | Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
7/13-16 | Milwaukee, WI | Harley-Davidson Homecoming Festival
9/16-17 | Asbury Park, NJ | Sea.Hear.Now Festival
8/4 | Spokane, WA | Spokane Arena
8/8 | Salt Lake City, UT | USANA Amphitheatre
8/10 | Stateline, NV | Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s
9/19 | Virginia Beach, VA | Veterans United Home Loans Amp. at VA Beach
10/3 | Phoenix, AZ | Talking Stick Resort Amphitheater
10/5 | El Paso, TX | Don Haskins Center
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