Foo Fighters have canceled the band’s Fourth of July D.C. Jam festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The stacked event, which was set to take place on July 4 at FedExField in Landover, Maryland, was set to be headlined by Dave Grohl and company, and feature additional sets by artists including Chris Stapleton, Band of Horses, Pharrell Williams, The Go-Go’s, The Regrettes and Radkey.
D.C. Jam also coincided with the 25th anniversary of the self-titled debut Foo Fighters album, which was released July 4, 1995. The band previously postponed their 25th anniversary Van Tour, which was going to revisit stops on their first ever tour in 1995, as a result of the pandemic.
In addition to the D.C. Jam cancellation, the Foos have postponed their June European dates to 2021.
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