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Sonic Highways Out November 10 on Roswell/RCA

Wrigley Field Headline Confirmed for August 29, 2015

Foo Fighters Black Cat
Foo Fighters Black Cat
Foo Fighters Wrigley
Foo Fighters Wrigley

Foo Fighters have confirmed a second Sonic Highways premiere screening and club gig, this time in the setting and inspiration for episode #2 of the HBO series, Dave Grohl’s formative hometown of Washington DC.

The all-ages screening and show will take place Friday, October 24 at the Black Cat. Doors will open at 9 pm, followed by a 10 pm Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways screening followed immediately by an 11 pm Foo Fighters live show. Tickets are on sale today from 6pm, available only in person at the Black Cat box office at 1811 14th Street NW for $20 per ticket plus $3 service charge. Cash only. Maximum of 2 tickets per person. ID required and those buying a 2nd ticket must provide that person’s name as stated on their ID. Tickets are 100% non-transferable and non-refundable.

Yesterday, fresh off the Chicago-centric debut of Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways and a packed to the gills shindig at Wrigleyville’s Cubby Bear, Foo Fighters confirmed the Windy City as the sight of the band’s first ever U.S. stadium headline show: On August 29, 2015, Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett and Pat Smear will return to the same neighborhood where Grohl saw his first ever live show, this time to play the storied Wrigley Field.

Tickets for Foo Fighters’ historic Wrigley Field stand will be on sale to the public Monday, October 27 at 10 am CT at, with fan club pre-sales beginning 10 am CT Friday, October 24 and running through 5 pm CT Sunday, October 26 (Fans can sign up to receive a pre-sale code at A 4 ticket limit for the general admission floor, and 6 ticket limit for the reserved sections will be strictly enforced.

The August 29 Wrigley date is the first North American show to be announced in a sure to be extensive 2015 global stadium/arena/festival tour de force supporting the forthcoming eighth FF LP Sonic Highways(Roswell/RCA), which will be released worldwide on November 10. The album’s release has been heralded by the reveal of first single “Something For Nothing” in the first episode of the HBO series. “Something For Nothing” which is now available as a download and can be seen and ahead at has earned instant acclaim as the band’s “fiery new song” (Rolling Stone), “a ferocious, at times even hypnotic, rocker with hints of funk, psychedelia, and Dave Grohl’s signature monster growl” (Consequence of Sound), and has moved Billboard to rave “Twenty years into their career and the Foo Fighters are as hard as ever.”

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