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Foo Fighters push back European tour to 2022

Foo Fighters
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Foo Fighters are the latest in the ever-growing list of bands to push their tour dates back for yet another year. Sharing details via Twitter, the rock titans have announced that their rescheduled European 2020 tour, which was set to mark their 25th anniversary as a band, will now be taking place in 2022. 

As per, all previously purchased tickets will remain valid for next summer’s tour, which includes dates at Berlin’s Waldbühne amphitheatre, Milan’s I-Days Festival and at Lisbon’s Rock In Rio festival.

Recently, Foo Fighters mainman Dave Grohl announced that he will be publishing a memoir titled The Storyteller, to share his stories of a ‘life lived loud'. According to its publisher Simon & Schuster,  it will be “as much a celebration of music as it is about the moments that have moulded him into the man he is today".

Check out the new tour dates below:

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Foo Fighters 2022 European tour dates

Jun 12: Milan I-Days, Italy
Jun 16: Valencia Ciudad de Las Artes y Las Ciencias, Spain
Jun 18: Lisbon Rock in Rio, Portugal
Jun 22: Nimes Festival De Nimes, France
Jun 23: Nimes Festival De Nimes, France

Awaiting new date: Berlin Waldbühne, Germany

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