Foo Fighters' 2024 UK tour dates: How to buy tickets
30 June 2023, 09:45
Dave Grohl and co follow up on their Glastonbury promise to return to the UK next year - get full ticket details here.
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Foo Fighters have announced details of UK dates for summer 2024.
At the band's surprise appearance at Glastonbury festival last Friday (23rd June), Dave Grohl revealed that the band would return to the UK "next summer" - and the frontman has made good on his promise.
Find out more about their dates here.
The Everything Or Nothing At All Tour will visit the London Stadium for two huge dates on 20th and 22nd June, and will also visit Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and Birmingham. The band have since added a second show to Manchester, due to phenomenal demand.
What are Foo Fighters' 2024 UK tour dates?
- 13th June 2024: Emirates Stadium Old Trafford, Manchester (with Wet Leg and Loose Articles)
- 15th June 2024: Emirates Stadium Old Trafford, Manchester (with Courtney Barnett and Chroma)
- 17th June 2024: Hampden Park, Glasgow (with Courtney Barnett and Honeyblood)
- 20th June 2024: London Stadium (with Wet Leg and Shame)
- 22nd June 2024: London Stadium (with Courtney Barnett and Hot Milk)
- 25th June 2024 Principality Stadium, Cardiff (with Wet Leg and Himalayas)
- 27th June 2024 Villa Park, Birmingham (with Courtney Barnett and Hot Milk)
How to buy tickets for Foo Fighters 2024 UK dates:
A pre-sale for tickets begins on Wednesday, 28 June at 9am BST, and ends on Thursday, 29th June at 10pm BST.
Manchester! A second show has just been added on 15 June 2024. The pre-sale is happening now with the same code. 🤘 Tickets: https://t.co/ljCPyNUrY7— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) June 28, 2023
Find all upcoming shows here: https://t.co/00T9ExQAnu pic.twitter.com/QcoWujQGNL
Who's supporting Foo Fighters on their 2024 UK tour?
Support acts for Foos' dates include Wet Leg, Shame, Courtney Barnett, Loose Articles, Honeyblood, Himalyalas and Hot Milk.
Foo Fighters played their first UK show since the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins in March 2022 on the opening day of Glastonbury festival, after being billed as "The Churnups".
The frantic eight-song set included tracks from the band's latest No 1 album, But Here We Are, which was written as a response to the death of Taylor.
Foo Fighters originally planned to play Manchester, Birmingham and West Ham United’s London Stadium in the summer of 2022, which were all cancelled after Hawkin's death, aged just 50.
Also at the Pyramid Stage set, Dave Grohl was joined by his daughter Violet on the song Show Me How, which was written about his late mother Virginia.
In a heartfelt letter to fans recently, Grohl explained the meaning of the "Churnups" pseudonym.
He wrote: "Every night, when I see you singing, it makes me sing harder. When I see you screaming, It makes me scream louder. When I see your tears, it brings me to tears. And when I see your joy, it brings me joy. But, I see you... and it feels good to see you, churning-up these emotions together.
"Because we've always done this together.
"Time and again."