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Foo Fighters UK tour pre-sales saw “unprecedented” demand.

Foo Fighters UK tour pre-sales saw “unprecedented” demand.

Concert promoters shared that Foo Fighters tickets are “flying” off the shelves due to unprecedented demand.

READ MORE: Foo Fighters live at Glastonbury: Dave Grohl shuts up and plays hits Wednesday (June 28) saw the pre-sale of Foo's 'All or Nothing at All' UK tour, which left SJM and DF concerts happy to be involved. The UK tour is scheduled to begin on June 13 next year with Wet Leg, Shame, Courtney Barnett, Loose Articles, Honeyblood, Himalayas, Chroma and Hot Milk as support.

“We saw unprecedented demand for Foo Fighters pre-orders this morning,” SJM Concerts noted. “It's quite extraordinary.”

“Not unexpectedly, it flies,” added Jeff Ellis, of DF Concerts, and Paul Cardo, of PCL. “We can't wait until next June!”

The band recently added a second date in Manchester to their tour due to high demand. The new show will take place at Emirates Stadium Old Trafford on June 15, becoming the only city other than London to have two shows scheduled for the veteran rock stars.

Tickets for the All Or Nothing UK Tour go on sale tomorrow, June 30, at 9am. Visit here for tickets.

Foo Fighters UK tour dates for 2024 are: June 2024
13- Manchester, Emirates Stadium Old Trafford
15- Manchester, Emirates Stadium Old Trafford
17- Glasgow, Hampden Stadium
20 – London, London Stadium
22- London, London Stadium
25 – Cardiff, Principality Stadium
27- Birmingham, Villa Park Stadium

In other news, Foo Fighters played a not-so-secret show at Glastonbury last weekend. They have been rumored to be performing at the Pyramid Stage on Friday, dubbed The Churnups.

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In a four-star review, NME wrote: “Nine songs is all they have time for, faster and faster a Foo Fighters show of this magnitude on asses.” It's a rare sight: urgency underpins every song, especially openers “All My Life” and “No Son” of Mine”.

Even “Learning to Fly” and “The Pretender,” the latter of which has been broken and rebuilt anew, march forward together with vitality and energy.

The band also saw Grohl's daughter Violet join the band on stage for “Show Me How” – a track from their last album “But Here We Are” written for her late mother – and the band dedicated “My Hero” to drummer Taylor Hawkins, who has died last year.