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Foo Fighters 2015 BEAT THE BOTS Tour

9/22/15 - The month of September is coming to an end and so is the Foo Fighters’ hugely successful Beat the Bots Tour. Lead singer Dave Grohl and the rest of the guys have just eight shows left in their tour, and the first of the final shows takes place tonight at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix, AZ. Tickets to tonight’s performance start at just $60, but are on the verge of selling out completely. After that, they’ll head over to Albuquerque, NM, to play at Isleta Amphitheater on Sunday, September 27. Their final show of the tour will take place on Saturday, October 17 at Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. Tickets to the last show start at as little as $7, so don’t miss the Foo Fighers!

9/15/15 - When Dave Grohl broke his leg a few months ago after falling off a stage in Sweden, many thought that the injury would affect the quality of the concerts. Well, the Foo Fighters frontman has proved all the naysayers wrong, and has absolutely been on top of his game as he tours in support of Sonic Highways. After all the attention he’s gotten, he joked at one recent show that the fall and broken leg were just a part of a conspiracy theory so that he wouldn’t have to stand up anymore. Come support Dave and the rest of the Foos as they perform at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Monday (Sept. 21). If you can’t make it that night, they’ll do a repeat the following evening at the same venue. Tickets are on sale now for $54.
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9/8/15 - The Foo Fighters are always up for a little fun, and at a recent concert in Edinburgh, Scotland, shows it. They have been on tour with openers Royal Blood for a while now, and when the opening set began, the faces of Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins were pasted onto a blow up doll and the kick drum as a part of the act. Later, Foo frontman invited Royal Blood to come on stage with them to share a drink and give them a hug. On Saturday, Sept. 12, the tour continues for the fans in Quincy, Washington. They will perform at the Gorge Amphitheatre and we have your tickets! These shows typically sell out, so be sure to make your purchase today so that you don’t miss out. Prices start at $70.

9/2/15 - With all of the recent success the Foo Fighters have had along their Beat The Bots Tour, sometimes it’s hard to remember that front man Dave Grohl got his start in the music industry over 20 years ago with a little band from Seattle called Nirvana. Grohl took a moment to reflect on his days playing drums for Kurt Cobain at his most recent show in Chicago, which is where he got his rock and roll roots. Grohl became sentimental when he reminisced with the audience about Nirvana’s glory days playing at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom. He asked the audience if any of them had been to those shows, which sparked an eruption of cheers. Come catch this music legend and the rest of the band at their next show in Vancouver, BC on September 11.

8/26/15 - There are lots of words you could use to describe the members of the Foo Fighters, but being cowardly is not among them. The band recently stood up to a hateful group of Westboro Baptist Church members who decided to protest the Foo Fighters’ recent concert in Kansas City. The entire band got into the back of a pickup truck, blasted rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up,” and danced in front of the group of the angry citizens. About the “rick rolling,” Dave Grohl stated, “sometimes you can’t just sit here and do nothing. You gotta go out and say what you want to say. So we did.” The next Foo Fighters show is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 29, at Wrigley Field in Chicago. Get your tickets to see these stand-up guys and talented musicians today! Prices start at $137.

8/19/15 - The Foo Fighters just rocked the city of Denver for two nights in a row, playing back-to-back shows at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater over the weekend. Front man Dave Grohl is known for his surprises at shows, and Sunday’s installment was no different. At one point he sat down to give a speech before playing an acoustic, stripped-down version of “My Hero.” Before doing so, however, he spotted a fan crying in the audience. He invited the man to come to the front row so Grohl could personally serenade him. It was a great highlight and showed that Grohl really does love his fans. Come catch Dave and the rest of the guys at their next show in Kansas City, MO this Friday. Tickets start at $85.

8/11/15 - When you see talented bands like the Foo Fighters perform, it’s easy to forget that it took years of practice to make what they do look so easy. The band’s drummer, Taylor Hawkins, has always loved being behind a kit, as shown in a recent video that shows him tearing up the drums to a cover of Van Halen when he was just a teenager at Laguna Beach High School back in 1987. All those early performance sure helped him become comfortable on stage! Fans in the Denver area can see the Foo Fighters live in concert this Sunday, Aug. 16, and Monday, Aug. 17, at Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre in Englewood, Colorado. Tickets are still available, but quantity is running low so be sure to purchase yours today!

8/4/15 - While it’s unlikely that the band is thrilled about events this week, diehard fans of the Foo Fighters got a monumental treat. News outlets report that the band’s demo album Million Dollar Demos, featuring mainly never-before-heard material from 2001, was leaked online early this week. The collection of songs was originally intended to go onto the album One By One, but was abandoned due to the band’s internal problems and turmoil during the time. After the tension died down, Dave Grohl and the rest of the Fighters eventually returned to finish One By One. Unfortunately, however, much of the original music never made it onto the album. Fans now have a glimpse into times that pre-date One By One, which are likely times Grohl and the rest of the crew would rather forget!

7/28/15 - What do you do when the Foo Fighters haven’t scheduled a stop in your hometown? You try to lure them there by gathering 1,000 musicians and playing “Learn to Fly” together, of course! As far-fetched as this idea sounds, such a thing did happen in Italy this week. No word yet on what Dave Grohl and the rest of the band have to say about it, but the massive effort is sure to at least catch their attention. The Foo Fighters are in the middle of their massive worldwide tour, and with several upcoming concerts on the horizon, fans in North America won’t need to try as hard as these fans did! Join the band in Calgary, Alberta for a concert at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Thursday, Aug. 13. Tickets start at $134.

7/21/15 - Dave Grohl is known for being upbeat relentlessly, and that was obvious as he and the rest of the Foo Fighters took the stage Sunday night in Boston. He invited his surgeon on stage to perform with the band and to thank him for helping him recover from his broken leg while still being allowed to play shows. He even went so far as to say “these crutches and these audiences make us play longer and harder than we ever have.” The band is now taking a break for a couple weeks, but their tour will resume on Aug. 12 in Edmonton, Alberta, at the Rexall Place venue. Tickets are on sale now and should be purchased soon as they are selling quickly! Prices start at just $24, so grab a friend and enjoy a great night of rock music in its finest form.

7/14/15 - You never know what will happen when you find yourself at a Foo Fighters concert. At a recent show in Toronto, Dave Grohl decided to grant on lucky fan his birthday wish and invited him on stage to play drums with the band. The 18-year-old was able to hold his own during the performance of “Big Me,” despite some teasing from Dave that if he messed up, he would be tarred and feathered backstage. He even threw a drum solo in there! The Foo Fighters’ summer concert tour is already in full swing, but there are plenty of concerts left in the schedule. Check them out this Saturday night (July 18) at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Tickets are available now and our prices start at just $68.

7/7/15 - If you haven’t seen pictures or video footage of the most recent Foo Fighters concert, you need to stop what you are doing and go check it out. After breaking his leg after falling off the stage during a concert in Sweden, Dave Grohl underwent surgery and had to cancel a few shows. He made his triumphant return to the stage this week, however, and did so in true rock god fashion. Since he can’t have a lot of weight on his leg for extended periods of time, he had a throne built out of old guitars where he could sit and play the show. He even played a solo with his cast! The next show for the Foo Fighters is on Monday, July 13 in Camden, New Jersey. Pick up your tickets today for an unforgettable show! Prices start at $51.

6/18/15 - Frontman Dave Grohl tripped and fell off the stage at a concert in Sweden Friday night, breaking his leg in the process. As medics attended to him on the floor where he fell, his team brought him a microphone and he assured fans that no matter what, the Foo Fighters would be finishing the concert. After some time backstage, the medics allowed him to return to the performance, and he finished the set from a chair. After having surgery on Monday, doctors finally made him slow down, and the band cancelled a couple of European shows. There is no word yet on how long he will be down for the count, but knowing Dave, he won’t let this keep him out of the game too long. In the meantime, fans can continue purchasing their tickets for the US leg of the tour.

6/11/15 - Dave Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters are currently on the final leg of their European tour and are getting ready to head back to North America just in time for the Fourth of July opening show with Buddy Guy, LL Cool J, Heart, and others. Although Grohl and the rest of the guys are still overseas, they’re giving fans in North America even more reasons to be excited. It was recently announced that the band, along with former Tonight Show host Jay Leno, are set to lead the largest and longest-running procession of motorcycle enthusiasts during the final Glendale Harley Davidson Love Ride festival on October 18. After the procession, the Foo Fighters will perform and all proceeds will go to support the Wounded Warrior Project.

5/26/15 - You never know where Foo Fighters lead singer Dave Grohl is going to show up, and that held true at another famous musician’s opening night in London on Thursday night. Grohl appeared on the stage at the massive O2 Arena to perform alongside musical legend, the Beatles’ Paul McCartney. He thrilled fans at the sold out arena by singing and playing guitar along with McCartney to an amped up version of the Beatles’ hit, “I Saw Her Standing There.” Former Eagles band member Joe Walsh also joined the pair on stage to close the concert with a combination of the songs “Golden Slumbers,” “Carry That Weight, and The End.” Grohl is currently on tour with the Foo Fighters in the U.K. before they make their way to North America later this summer.

5/22/15 - While it will still be several weeks before alternative rockers the Foo Fighters take the stage in Washington, DC’s RFK Stadium to kickoff the North American leg of their 2015 Beat The Bots World Tour, Dave Grohl and the rest of the band released a bit of exciting news this week. They are set to be the final performance and musical guest on the iconic Late Show with David Letterman, which will end its historical run this Wednesday. David Letterman calls the group his favorite band, making them the appropriate choice to ring in the closing performance before the curtains close for good. Grohl and the rest of the band have shared a friendship with Letterman for over 15 years. Tickets are available to all shows on the Beat The Bots tour in varying prices and quantities.

5/11/15 - The Foo Fighters are currently on a break between legs of their “Sonic Highways” world tour, but it seems some of the band members have a hard time staying away from the stage. In a surprise appearance at a county fair in California, Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Chris Shiflet and Rami Jaffe appeared as Chevy Metal, a sort of alter ego band that is dedicated to playing cover songs. The night included renditions of “Let’s Go” by The Cars, “Summer of 69” by Bryan Adams and “My Sharona” by the Knack. The Foo Fighters will be back to their old selves and playing their own music (though they may not be able to resist throwing in a cover or two in there) in July when the North American leg of the tour kicks off in Washington DC.

4/30/15 - This year, the Foo Fighters are celebrating a big anniversary as a band, and in a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Dave Grohl explains that they have come a long way since their first performance in downtown Seattle twenty years ago. He explained that during the concert he thought they sounded great, but after hearing a recording of it he cringed and said: “We’ve got to practice.” They’ve certainly gotten plenty of practice in, and sound pretty much flawless today. You should purchase your tickets for their upcoming tour ASAP, as they put on a show you do not want to miss. Those in the Boston area can see them at Fenway Park on July 18 or 19. Ticket prices start at $85 or $94, respectively.

4/22/15 - Did you know that April 18 was Record Store Day, and that Dave Grohl, the lead singer for the Foo Fighters was this year’s ambassador for the event? If you didn’t, you’re not alone, but 150 lucky fans in Niles, OH got to celebrate the holiday with the Foos in an intimate hour-long concert at the Record Connection. The city, which is just minutes away from Grohl’s hometown of Warren, inspired a bit of nostalgia from the frontman, who told stories about growing up in the town. Despite the fact that the Foo Fighters are now one of the biggest names in rock and roll, they still do awesome things like play music in a strip mall record store. Catch them on tour as they kick off the North American leg on July 4 at RFK Stadium in Washington DC. Tickets start at $70.

3/10/15 - Although frontman Dave Grohl and the rest of the seasoned rockers of the Foo Fighters are still months away from kicking off the North American leg of their 2015 Beat The Bots Tour, the guys are keeping busy. In honor of Record Store Day 2015, which takes place on April 18, Grohl and the rest of the band will release Songs From the Laundry Room, a four track record. The album features early versions of “Big Me” and “Alone + Easy” as well as a previously unreleased song called “Empty Handed.” The album also features a cover of Kim Wilde’s popular single from 1981, “Kids In America.” If you can’t wait to see them in concert this summer, be sure to watch the Foo Fighters live at Record Store Day.

3/5/15 - Event planners in Walla Walla, WA have just announced a huge new music festival that will take place this August. The lineup for the event will feature the Foo Fighters, who put on a live act that is unmatched in talent and energy. You never really know what will happen at one of their shows; just last week Dave Grohl stopped in the middle of a show to give a blind man in the audience one of Taylor Hawkins’ drumsticks as a souvenir. He has even been known to top off beer glasses for audience members. You can join the fun at one of the many performances that the Foo Fighters have lined up this year. They will be in Camden, NJ at the Susquehanna Bank Center on July 6. Ticket prices start at $47.

2/24/15 - The Foo Fighters played their very first show in Seattle, WA exactly twenty years ago this week. They celebrated the anniversary by rocking out with their fans in Queensland, Australia. Dave Grohl regaled the crowd with stories about his adventures in the town, including spending a night in the city jail after being arrested for driving a moped along the coastline. This and other stories, along with the fact that Johnny Depp was in attendance, seemed to rev up the crowd for the show. After their stint Down Under, the band will take a well-deserved break from touring before picking up again. They will play at the Hangout Music Festival May 15-17 in Gulf Shores, AL. The U.S. leg also includes two shows at Fenway Park on July 18-19. Tickets can be purchased for $90.

2/17/15 - In a wave of recent generosity, the Foo Fighters are showing that kindness and charity are just important to them as their music is. They have recently announced that they will be auctioning off two full days of virtually unlimited use of their private 606 Studio to raise money for fellow musician Mike Squires, whose mom is battling cancer. Also, they announced a last minute concert that will be held in New Zealand, where the band is currently on tour. Proceeds from the surprise show will go to the New Zealand Music Foundation, a non-profit group that works in schools, hospitals, and throughout the community. The band’s founder, Dave Grohl, once stated, “If music were more a part of our daily lives, this would be a better place.” Make your world better by purchasing tickets to see the Foo Fighters in a city near you as they tour the US this summer.

2/10/15 - The Foo Fighters were featured on the Feb. 7 episode of the popular TV show, Austin City Limits. They played a nine-song set which included four songs from their most recent album, Sonic Highways, along with some older tunes such as “Best of You,” “Walk,” and “Times Like These.” They were also joined by Gary Clark Jr. and Jimmie Vaughan as they covered “Tuff Enuff,” by The Fabulous Thunderbirds. The Foo Fighters will now head to New Zealand and Australia, playing an eight-concert stretch through early March. Catch them in the United States beginning July 4 at the RFK Stadium in the nation’s capital. They will appear with other big names such as LL Cool J, Buddy Guy, and Heart. Ticket prices start at $82.

2/2/15 - Rock and roll superstar Dave Grohl proved that there aren’t many things that can slow him down. The 46-year old recently fell down on stage in Brazil as he was performing alongside the other members of the Foo Fighters, but hopped right back up and barely missed a beat of the song. He threw his hand up after it happened and later joked that he wouldn’t forget that experience any time soon. You can catch the band as they tour cities across the United States this summer. They recently added another show in New York City at Citi Field for Wednesday, July 15. You can purchase your tickets for as little as $67 for that concert. Come see them perform songs from their eight studio albums, four of which have won Grammy awards for best rock album, in a city near you.

1/28/15 - The fans in Rio de Janeiro got to rock out with the Foo Fighters this last Sunday night. The huge crowd welcomed the band warmly and got to enjoy some covers of other bands’ famous rock compositions, including Rush’s “Tom Sawyer” and Kiss’s “Detroit Rock City.” Paying homage to older rock songs has become a tradition of sorts for the group. In many of their recent shows they have spent time on stage performing some of the music that helped shape their sound. They also played many of their own songs, including “Something from Nothing,” their smash hit from their most recent album, Sonic Highways. Razorgator has your tickets for the upcoming North American leg of their tour, including a second show in Camden, NJ, which was recently added and announced for July 13, 2015.

1/20/15 - The fans in Chile started an impromptu songwriting session with the Foo Fighters last week. The band was on stage in Santiago for a concert that was part of the South American leg of their “Sonic Highways” tour. In between songs, the crowd was yelling “Ole, Ole, Ole, Chile, Chile!” Dave Grohl and his bandmates started playing along, turning the chant into a full-fledged rock and roll song. The show lasted about three hours, a feat nearly unheard of for any other band. You can catch them for one of their epic concerts, as they are on a massive tour that will put them all across North America starting in July. After their bash in the nation’s capital on Independence Day, they will travel to New Jersey’s Susquehanna Bank Center on July 6. Lawn seats are available for that concert for only $57.

1/14/15 - This is certainly an exciting time for Foo Fighters fans. The band behind hit songs such as “The Pretender,” “Everlong,” and more recently, “Something from Nothing,” just announced yet another show at the sixth annual Hangout Fest in Gulf Shores, Alabama. They will headline the May 15-17 festival with their pals, The Zac Brown Band and Beck. Between this event and their massive worldwide arena tour that kicks off in South America this week, the band will have plenty on their schedule through October. You can join front man and guitar player Dave Grohl, drummer Taylor Hawkins, and the rest of the Foo Fighters in a city near you as they take on the “Sonic Highways” tour, titled for their latest studio album. Tickets for all concerts are on sale now.

1/7/15 - Although they have been on the music scene for years, the Foo Fighters have never tired of pleasing and shocking their fans. This past week brought the news that Dave Grohl and his band are playing a surprise show at The Forum in Los Angeles on Saturday, Jan. 10. Proceeds for the show, called “An Evening with Foo Fighters in the Round,” will go to several music charities. This show will happen just days before the start of their ‘Sonic Highways’ tour, which kicks off in Chile. The Foo Fighters will return to the United States by early July, where they will take the stage with Buddy Guy, Heart, and LL Cool J in Washington DC. Tickets for this star-studded 4th of July concert start at $85.

12/30/14 - The Foo Fighters are one of the most iconic rock bands of this generation. They are loved by fans and critics alike, and their music has only improved as the years have passed. Frontman Dave Grohl recently shared a story about his writing process for the songs on the new album Sonic Highways, and his creative process illuminates how much of a natural artist he is. As he and his band were traveling and recording music, he took notes on his observations of the world and talked to different musicians. He then compiled his writing and transcripts and turned the ideas into songs. At the end of the week, he would record the lyrics in the studio and tell the story of the previous few days. You can see Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters during their 2015 tour. Excitingly, they will share the stage with other artists periodically, like Royal blood. To see these two groups together, you can buy your tickets for their July 9 performance in Toronto starting at $99.

12/24/14 - The Foo Fighters are one of the most successful rock and roll bands of all time, and that is just as true now as it ever has been. They are keeping very busy, juggling an intense touring schedule that extends well into 2015 and puts them in many cities across four different continents. In their spare time last weekend, they appeared on The Tonight Show and performed “I am a River,” the last track on their newest album, Sonic Highways. The song was written and recorded in New York City, and so it is appropriate that it was presented to Jimmy Fallon’s audience at Rockerfeller Center in the infamous city. The American leg of the Sonic Highways tour begins with a July 4th celebration in Washington DC at the RFK Stadium.

12/16/14 - It may have been a while since the Foo Fighters recorded a new album, but in the interim they certainly didn’t lose their drive to rock and rock hard. Their latest release “Sonic Highways” has arrived with gale-force winds, evident at their tour kickoff last Wednesday in Cape Town, South Africa. The Foo Fighters blew away the screaming fans with songs from the new album as well as old favorites. They will continue to tour worldwide before landing in the United States next summer. The U.S. leg begins on the 4th of July in Washington D.C., a fitting start as their album is subtitled “A Love Letter To the History of American Music.” Tickets for the summer series are on sale now starting at $67.

12/10/14 - The Foo Fighters are easily one of the world’s most celebrated rock bands. Getting their start in 1994 in Seattle, the motherland of all things grunge, they’re now celebrating 20 years in the music industry. Those 20 years have resulted in 11 total Grammys, four of them for Best Rock Album. Their latest album, Sonic Highways, is their first release since 2011 and has been much anticipated. As predicted, this current album is a knock-out, and the band is on a world tour right now. The North American leg of the tour begins in July of 2015 in Washington, D.C. and ends in Memphis, Tennessee in October of that same year. Tickets are available now on Razorgator, starting at under $100.

12/2/14 - The Foo Fighters are at the top of their game following the release of their latest album, titled Sonic Highways. It was recorded in eight different cities across the country, and lead singer and guitar player Dave Grohl described the work as “a musical map of America.” The characteristics and environment of each location are infused throughout each track, giving each song its own personality and charm. In November, the band released 2015 tour dates that will put them in cities throughout North America, South America, Europe, and Australia. On December 2nd, they announced that they had booked additional shows in several US cities. The Foo Fighters are known for playing long sets to captive audiences. Fans who purchase tickets can expect a high-energy performance that will include songs from the new record, plus many older favorites such as “The Pretender,” “DOA,” and “My Hero.”

11/18/14 – The Foo Fighters announced a massive 2015 North American tour today in support of their new album, Sonic Highways. Comprised of three legs, the group is scheduled for 27 shows including two concerts at Fenway Park in July, a gig at Wrigley Field, and a stop at The Forum in Los Angeles. Special guests Royal Blood will open July 6 – August 25 except July 18 when Mission of Burma will perform. The cheapest Foo Fighters tickets in Chicago have already gone down in price to $147 on Razorgator.

11/6/14 - Just prior to their Voodoo Music + Arts Experience performance in New Orleans, the Foo Fighters announced a World Tour. Dates have been confirmed for South Africa, South America, Australian, and Germany shows in addition to the first in the States – Wrigley Field in Chicago. Currently, the American rock band is revealing their new album one song at a time. Scheduled for release on November 10, Sonic Highways includes eight songs each recorded in a different U.S. City. Lead single “Something from Nothing” was influenced by the Chicago music scene so it is only appropriate that the group announced the Windy City’s iconic baseball stadium first of their North America shows. Foo Fighters tickets in Chicago start at $154, and with over 1100 available on Razorgator you will find what you are looking for. Sit in the 200-level behind home plate for $181 or take in the live show from the field with general admission tickets starting at $250. At an average price of $341 for the August 29 show, there is no doubt high-demand to see arguably the biggest rock band in the World today! If the tour mirrors the band’s 2011 Wasting Light tour, we’ll get to see the Foo Fighters in large arenas across the States so don’t miss your chance when the band comes to a City near you.
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