Foo Fighters have postponed the remainder of their Van Tour dates due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier in March, Dave Grohl and company had announced that the first leg of the run, set to take place in April, would have to be moved. Now, the second leg, scheduled for May, has also been pushed back.
The good news is that all the shows have been rescheduled for later this year in October or December. Visit FooFighters.com for the full list of dates and all ticket info.
The Van Tour will make stops in the same cities the Foos played on their debut tour in 1995.
Additionally, Foo Fighters are planning a big Fourth of July stadium show in Washington, D.C. to mark the 25th anniversary of the group’s first album. That date has so far been unaffected by COVID-19.
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