Foo Fighters announced the first headlining U.S. dates of their 25th 26th Anniversary Tour.

The six confirmed shows, featuring openers Radkey, are July 28 in Cincinnati; July 30 in Milwaukee; Aug. 3 in St. Louis; Aug. 5 in Bonner Springs, Kan.; Aug. 7 in Oklahoma City; and Aug. 9 in Albuquerque, N.M.

You can also find the full list, with venue information, below. A press release notes that fans should keep a "watchful eye" on the group's website and social media for a "crapload more shows to be announced."

Tickets go on sale June 4 at 10AM local time via the Foo Fighters site. Citi cardmembers can access a presale running June 1 at noon ET through June 3 at 10PM local time.

The band — which issued its most recent album, Medicine at Midnight, in February — previously announced three headlining festival slots for this summer: Lollapalooza on July 29, Bonnaroo on Sept. 3 and BottleRock on Sept. 5.

They were forced to postpone a planned brief 2020 trek due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Van tour, as it was called, would have celebrated the 25th anniversary of their first-ever tour by playing some of the same cities covered during that initial run.

Foo Fighters were recently inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, with a ceremony scheduled to take place Oct. 30 in Cleveland.

Foo Fighters 2021 U.S. Tour 
July 28 - The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center @ Cincinnati
July 30 - American Family Insurance Amphitheater @ Milwaukee
Aug. 3 - Hollywood Casino Amphitheater @ St. Louis
Aug. 5 - Azura Amphitheater @ Bonner Springs, Kan.
Aug. 7 - The Zoo Amphitheater @ Oklahoma City
Aug. 9 - Isleta Amphitheater @ Albuquerque, N.M.

 

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