Foo Fighters will get back on the road this summer. The American rockers just announced a handful of tour dates that will see them play across the United States in late July and early August.
The band will kick off the trip in Cincinnati, Ohio, on July 28th before heading to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, two days later. The tour resumes on August 3rd in St. Louis, Missouri, before wrapping up with shows in Bonner Springs, Kansas (August 5th), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (August 7th), and Albuquerque, New Mexico (August 9th).
According to the official announcement, this is just the beginning, and the group has plans for “many more” shows in the future.
Foo Fighters already have a lot on their plate when it comes to live shows. They are headlining the 20th-anniversary edition of Lollapalooza in July while also committing to an appearance at Boston Calling 2022.
The band will use these concerts to promote their latest album Medicine at Midnight, which came out in February. The album received positive reviews upon its release and made it No.3 on the U.S. Billboard 200 charts.
Foo Fighters are expected to take a brief detour in October to visit Cleveland, where they will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The band managed to get the honors in their first year of eligibility.