Foo Fighters Delight Australian and New Zealand Fans with Massive Stadium Tour Announcement

In an exciting announcement, rock legends Foo Fighters have revealed their highly anticipated stadium tour of Australia and New Zealand.

This tour marks their first shows in the region since the tragic passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins. The band, fresh off the release of their latest album, But Here We Are, will kick things off on November 29 at Perth’s HBF Park.

They will then make their way across the continent with stops in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. In the new year, the Foo Fighters will cross the Tasman Sea for outdoor concerts in Auckland, Christchurch, and Wellington.

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While it’s been a few years since their last headline tour in the area, the Foo Fighters have always had a special connection with their Australian and New Zealand fans. Their tenth studio album, Medicine At Midnight, debuted at No. 1 on the ARIA Chart in 2021, solidifying their status as one of the most beloved bands in the region. The upcoming tour is set to be a monumental moment in the live circuit, as it will be the first full-capacity stadium show by an international act in Australia since early 2020.

Fronted by the charismatic Dave Grohl, the Foo Fighters have been a mainstay in the rock scene for decades. They recently returned to the stage for their current world tour, which includes headline performances at renowned festivals such as Bonnaroo, Riot Fest, and Outside Lands. The band’s resilience and dedication to their craft are evident as they continue to captivate audiences worldwide.

Tickets for the Australian and New Zealand tour will go on sale starting June 15 via frontiertouring.com/foofighters, with pre-sales available from June 9. The band has also enlisted some fantastic support acts, including The Chats, Teenage Jones, Body Type, Hot Milk, and more. This incredible lineup promises an unforgettable experience for fans of all ages.

Foo Fighters’ stadium tour Down Under is presented by Frontier Touring, American Express, Triple M (AU), and The Rock (NZ). It’s a testament to the band’s enduring popularity and their commitment to delivering exceptional live performances. As anticipation builds, fans eagerly await the opportunity to rock out with the Foo Fighters and celebrate the power of music together once again.