Foo Fighters 25th Anniversary Tour Headlines Thursday Onsales
The Foo Fighters’ 25th-anniversary tour dates are among tickets going on sale Thursday. The “Everlong” band will hit stops from their 1995 tour in the spring, including Phoenix, Knoxville and Cincinnati. In a recent interview, frontman Dave Grohl said the Foo Fighters’ new album was finished, meaning new music from the band could drop before the April tour kicks off. Presales to the Foo Fighters’ 25th-anniversary shows will be available tomorrow.
Def Leppard’s fall tour will also release presales. The band will spend the summer touring stadiums with Motley Crue and Poison, then hop back on the road with ZZ Top. Eight shows on their fall tour will go on presale tomorrow, including stops in Portland, Spokane and Tulsa. John Legend’s Bigger Love tour just added a second Radio City Music Hall show, with tickets also on presale tomorrow.
5 Seconds of Summer will return to Australia at the end of the year, with tickets to the band’s Brisbane show on sale tomorrow. SIX performances in New Zealand will go on sale tomorrow as well. The musical about King Henry VIII’s wives will run at the Wellington Opera House for 20 shows in July. Alanis Morissette will visit New Zealand as well, with her Auckland show on sale tomorrow.
Steve Martin and Martin Short are teaming up for another round of shows together. The two comedians’ Atlanta and Chicago shows will go on presale Thursday. Korn and Faith No More are teaming up for a co-headlining tour this summer, with 17 shows on the tour going on presale tomorrow. Cultures will collide when Snoop Dogg and Banda MS perform in Ontario, California together, with presales also available tomorrow. Additional tickets on sale tomorrow include Wu-Tang Clan’s Nashville show, Jeff Dunham’s Las Vegas run and shows on Rascal Flatts’ farewell tour.
Check out our full breakdown of tickets on sale Thursday below.
*Sale information is subject to change and presented for informational purposes. Presales may require access passwords to purchase. As always, it is best to contact the venue or ticket retailer to confirm any and all details before purchase.