Foo Fighters headline Milton Keynes’ National Bowl and Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium this September. Support from Iggy Pop, Royal Blood and Honeyblood.
Foo Fighters UK shows
Updated: 14 July 2015
Foo Fighters return this September to complete their 2015 tour of the UK.
The group will play two shows at Milton’s Keynes huge National Bowl and one concert at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh. The dates are 5 and 6 September at The National Bowl and 8 September at Murrayfield Stadium.
Foo Fighters’ massive concerts will feature support from Iggy Pop, during their Milton Keynes shows, and Royal Blood and Honeyblood at their gig in Scotland. The band will blast through their much-loved hits as well as treating fans to tracks from their newest release, Sonic Highways.
The dates support their eighth album, Sonic Highways, which was released in 2014 and includes Something From Nothing, Congregation and Outside.
The dates form part of their UK and Ireland tour that initially arrived in the UK during May. They performed at Dublin’s Slane Castle, Sunderland's Stadium of Light and Manchester’s Old Trafford. The band were due to headline Wembley Stadium and Murrayfield Stadium in June, but they were forced to cancel after Dave Grohl injured his leg during an earlier performance in Sweden.
Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Pat Smear, Chris Shiflett and Nate Mendel will complete their UK tour this September. Catch the band perform tracks from Sonic Highways and those much-loved older hits such as Everlong and Something From Nothing. Don’t miss out on what promises to be one of the concert highlights of the year! Find your Foo Fighters tickets below.
About Foo Fighters
In 1995, Foo Fighters released their self-titled debut album that was written and produced by Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl. What happened next could not have been predicted; the band went on to become one of the most successful post-grunge rock bands of our time. Throughout the years Foo Fighters have released seven albums and have won eleven Grammy Awards, proving they are band made of up of talent, creativity and longevity.
Two years after their self-titled release, The Colour and The Shape was dropped in 1997. This was followed by There Is Nothing Left Lose (1999) and One By One (2002). By this point, the Foo Fighters had won two Grammy Awards for their 1999 and 2002 albums along with one for their music video for Learn To Fly in 2000.
Continuing their success, Foo Fighters released In Your Honor (2005), Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace (2007) and Wasting Light (2011). Further awards followed, both for their music and for their live performances.
In 2014, Foo Fighters released their highly anticipated eighth studio album Sonic Highways. The collection was recorded in eight different iconic studios across the States. The band visited Los Angeles, Nashville, New York, Austin, Chicago, Seattle, New Orleans and Washington D.C. The album includes eight songs: one from each state.
As well as their incredible albums, the band have built a reputation of playing incredible live shows. The group have sold out stadiums in the UK, including Manchester’s Old Trafford, and have headlined the UK’s biggest festivals. Although more than comfortable in huge venues, the Foos like to mix it up with surprise gigs at smaller venues. Some of their most played songs include Everlong, Monkey Wrench and My Hero.
Foo Fighters are a favourite with crowds in the UK and tickets are always in high demand to see this incredible band fronted by Dave Grohl.