Foo Fighters 2024 Stadium Tour Leaks To Fans

Foo Fighters fans are excited for something special in 2024 as the band has teased the fans.

2023 was a year of healing and moving forward for the Foo Fighters, with their But Here We Are album dedicated to late drummer Taylor Hawkins and Dave Grohl’s mother Virginia.

But could there be something more on the horizon? On Friday morning (Sept. 29), Foo Fighters dropped a new teaser teasing something for 2024.

The band issued a :15 second teaser Friday, noting “2024: Everything or Nothing at All.”

The teaser came with music as well, with a fierce Dave Grohl singing a portion of the song “Nothing at All” and the lyrics, “I’ll get by / Maybe I won’t / Waste my time / Baby I know / It’s everything or nothing at all / Everything or nothing at all.”

In 2023, the Foo Fighters experienced a significant resurgence with the release of their album, “But Here We Are.” Tragically, the passing of Taylor Hawkins necessitated Dave Grohl’s assumption of the drumming responsibilities for the record. However, for the band’s subsequent tours, Josh Freese assumed the role of drummer.

The But Here We Are album addressed some of the great personal losses the band suffered over the course of 2022. It hit No. 8 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart, but received some of the best critical reviews the group has received in years. It yielded the songs “Rescued,” “Under You,” “Show Me How,” “The Teacher” and “The Glass.”

One of the fans on Reddit speculated:

“Yep, this will be the real tour”

“Target Field, Minneapolis

Rock Mortgage Fieldhouse, Cleveland

Fenway Park

PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh

Hershey park Stadium

Don Equis Pavilion, Dallas

CFG Bank Arena, Baltimore


MVP Arena, Albany

Petco Park, San Diego.”

Another wrote:

“I have zero inside information, but basically 100% confident from past tours that, even if European dates aren’t included in the initial batch, they will be coming. Not seeing any Canadian teases yet but also sure that’ll happen”

A third one wrote: “I’m guessing EU will come in late 2024/ early 2025”



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