Foo Fighters To Open 2018 With 'Concrete and Gold' Australian Tour

Friday 6 October 2017

Foo Fighters To Open 2018 With 'Concrete and Gold' Australian Tour

Off the back of the release of their ninth studio album 'Concrete and Gold', the 11-time Grammy Award-winning band Foo Fighters will be tearing up Australian stadiums this January 2018. Kicking off in Perth's Nib Stadium, the rock icons will make their way to Coopers Stadium in Adelaide and Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. From there, they will head to Sydney's ANZ Stadium before playing the final show in Melbourne's Etihad Stadium.

'Concrete and Gold' was released last month to rave reviews. It sat atop the US Billboard 200 charts on its debut week, earning the band's second chart-topper after 2011's 'Wasting Light'. It spawned the singles "Run", "The Sky Is a Neighborhood", "Arrows" and a track of the same title. The accompanying tour will see the band perform all these hits along with some signature songs like 'Walk', 'Learn to Fly', 'The Pretender' and 'Everlong' to name a few.

Joining Foo Fighters at all shows as very special guests will be their rock contemporaries, Weezer. Having been in the rock music scene for over 20 years now, these rock behemoths will help shatter stages with their backhoe of hits including "Beverly Hills", "Say It Ain't So" and "Island In The Sun". The band's catalogue of hits will even get thicker with the release of their 11th studio album called 'Pacific Daydream' by end of October.

Apart from Weezer, an awesome list of support acts will be present too. Cosmic Kahuna will warm the Perth show up while Amyl and the Sniffers will kickstart the Adelaide show. DZ Deathrays and The Preatures will open the Brisbane and Sydney show respectively. The Melbourne show, on the other hand, will be opened by hardcore punk rockers, Clowns.

Fans will surely fight for tickets to Foo Fighters' Concrete and Gold Tour so better grab yours now before they sell out!

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