Foo Fighters are headlining 5 festivals this fall. We found tickets



Dave Grohl

If you’re going to a major music festival in the next few months, there’s a very good chance Foo Fighters will be performing.

Dave Grohl’s hard-rocking group is headlining at five major music festivals from Sept. 1 through Oct. 18.

Currently, they’re scheduled to close out Aspen, CO’s Jazz Aspen Snowmass on Sept. 1-3, Chicago, IL’s Riot Fest on Sept. 15-17, Asbury Park, NJ’s Sea.Hear.Now Festival on Sept. 15-17, Dana Point, CA’s Ohana Festival on Sept. 29 through Oct. 1 and Austin, TX’s Austin City Limits Festival on Oct. 6-8 and 13-15.

But that’s not that all.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are also slated to play a handful of solo shows as well.

And if you want all the details about each and every show on the 2023-24 tour itinerary, we’re here to help.

Our team found the best prices, fellow headliners, venues and all other information you’ll need before checking out and buying tickets.

All you have to do is keep scrolling.

We’ll see you at a Foo Fighters show — or festival — in the very near future.

Foo Fighters 2023 tour schedule

A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found below.

Foo Fighters tour dates Ticket prices
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Sept. 1-3 at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass in Aspen, CO $463
Sept. 15-17 at Riot Fest in Chicago, IL $251
Sept. 16-17 at the Sea.Hear.Now Festival in Asbury Park, NJ $398
Sept. 19 at the Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater in Virginia Beach, VA $60
Sept. 29 through Oct. 1 at the Ohana Festival in Dana Point, CA $646
Oct. 3 at the Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre in Phoenix, AZ $62
Oct. 5 at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso, TX $213
Oct. 6-8 and 13-15 at the Austin City Limits Festival in Austin, TX $391
June 20, 2024 at London Stadium in London, GB $218

(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)

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Foo Fighters festival information

Festival veterans know that you don’t go to a fest based on a single act on the lineup.

That’s why we’ve gone ahead and compiled all the essential details about the five festivals on Foo Fighters’ 2023 calendar here:

Foo Fighters festival dates
Jazz Aspen Snowmass
Sept. 1-3 at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass in Aspen, CO
The Lumineers, Billy Idol, Old Dominion, The Brothers Osborne, James Bay
Riot Fest
Sept. 15-17 at Douglass Park in Chicago, IL
The Cure, Death Cab For Cutie, Queens of the Stone Age, Turnstile, The Mars Volta
Sea.Hear.Now Festival
Sept. 16-17 at North Beach Asbury Park in Asbury Park, NJ
The Killers, Weezer, Greta Van Fleet, The Beach Boys, Sheryl Crow
Ohana Festival
Sept. 29 through Oct. 1 at the Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, CA
Eddie Vedder, The Chicks, The Pretenders, HAIM, Father John Misty
Austin City Limits Festival
Oct. 6-8 and 13-15 at Zilker Park in Austin, TX
Kendrick Lamar, Mumford and Sons, Shania Twain, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The 1975

Foo Fighters festival set list

Based on records on Set List FM, Foo Fighters refuse to phone it in when they headline.

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At each and every festival the group played in 2022, they performed at least 19 songs.

In addition to the sing-along hits you know and love like “Everlong,” “Best Of You,” “The Pretender,” “Learn To Fly” and “My Hero,” the band also mixes in covers from groups like Tom Petty, Queen and Jane’s Addiction.

What will they take to the stage this year?

We can’t say for certain but we do know is the best way to find out is live.

Foo Fighters new music

Although they’ve been active since 1994, Foo Fighters isn’t done experimenting.

In fact, their most recent record, “Dream Widow” under the fictional band Dream Widow, is a total departure from the band’s hard rock sound.

Over the course of eight tracks, the group goes full metal.

Billboard raved that “Dream Widow” sounded like it was “dragged from the belly of the beasts that are Metallica and Motorhead.”

The heavy songs, which can be heard in the group’s 2022 horror-comedy film “Studio 666″ can be heard here.

Foo Fighters movie

While Grohl and his bandmates aren’t known for their acting chops, the group went outside their comfort zone once again in 2022 and starred in “Studio 666” alongside comedy ringers Will Forte, Jeff Garlin, Whitney Cummings and Jenna Ortega.

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For context, the Foo aren’t playing “Dream Widow” — that heavy metal band mentioned above are featured in the film’s prologue where we see the gruesome events that set the story in motion.

To kick things off, Dream Widow’s frontman offs his bandmates in 1993 at a cursed mansion.

26 years later, Grohl, drummer Taylor Hawkins, keyboardist/pianist Rami Jaffee, bassist Nate Mendel and guitarists Chris Shiflett and Pat Smear settle into that very same mansion to record their next album.

Unfortunately, Grohl becomes possessed and hijinks ensue.

If you’d like to check out the film, “Studio 666” can be streamed on Amazon Prime for $3.99.

Taylor Hawkins replacement

Foo Fighters’ drummer Taylor Hawkins tragically passed away on March 25, 2022.

The group quickly scrapped their planned 2022 tour after the shocking news.

However, now that the group is back on the road, fans are wondering who could possibly replace Hawkins.

Pennsylvania classic rock station 94.3 WQCM speculated that potential candidates include Josh Freese (who’s played with Guns N Roses) and Rufus Taylor (son of Queen’s Roger Taylor).

They also suggested Hawkins’ 12-year-old son Shane who played a tribute concert with Foo Fighters would make a good fit.

Finally, after months of wondering, the band announced that Freese would officially be Hawkins’ successor back in May.

You can read more about Freese joining Foo Fighters here.

Rockstars on tour in 2023

While Foo Fighters only have a handful of live gigs lined up this year, many of the biggest rockers around are traveling all over North America these next few months.

Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss.

• Metallica

• Guns N’ Roses

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• Tool

• Hozier

Want to see who else is on the road? Check out our list of the 52 biggest groups on tour in 2023 here.



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