Foo Fighters to perform at Wrigley Field Sunday, July 29 and Monday, July 30
Tickets for the July 29 Foo Fighters show at Wrigley Field have sold out!
Due to overwhelming demand, Foo Fighters have announced they will play a second show the following day, July 30.
About the Foo Fighters:
With newly minted memories of their CalJam 17 triumph still fresh in the eyes and ears of more than 30,000 true rock believers, and with Concrete and Gold (Roswell Records/RCA Records) still riding high in the charts worldwide since its international #1 debut, Foo Fighters have announced the next phase of the Concrete and Gold global domination initiative: The first 2018 North American dates of the Concrete and Gold world tour have been confirmed and includes the band's return to Chicago's Wrigley Field on Sunday, July 29.
Foo Fighters kicked off the first U.S. leg of the Concrete and Gold Tour October 12 with an intimate show by the band's standards-the grand opening of The Anthem in Washington DC-a performance that USA Today noted "transformed the venue into a raucous rock cathedral." In the days since, Foo Fighters have continued to storm through sold out arenas in Richmond, Cincinnati and more. The Concrete and Gold Tour, the first Foo Fighters global tour since their 20th anniversary trek that was ranked #5 in 2015 top grossing world tours, has seen the Foos reaching new peaks of their estimable powers. "Foo Fighters keep going and going and going in epic Greensboro show," wrote the Charlotte Observer, "If there's one thing you can count on lately when you walk into a Foo Fighters concert, it's that you probably won't get home until tomorrow." The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported, "Having played and sung all night with a seemingly endless store of energy, Grohl noted as midnight approached, 'I'm going to feel like I was run over by a truck tomorrow.'" And the Washington Post called the Anthem opener "a rock-and-roll clinic from Foo Fighters," adding "when it was time to officially open the venue... the Anthem called in the only band with the local roots and international fame that could pull it off: Foo Fighters… That's exactly what Grohl and friends did, treating the Anthem like a new leather jacket: turning something that glimmers with newness and making it feel as cozy as a childhood home."