The Foo Fighters have announced a Scottish show as part of the UK leg of their upcoming tour, Everything Or Nothing At All.
In a run of six stadium shows, the band will perform in Manchester, Glasgow, London, Cardiff and Birmingham between June 13 and 27.
Lead by frontman Dave Grohl, the American rockstars will touch down at Glasgow’s Hampden Park stadium on June 17, 2024.
The 2024 dates will mark the Foo Fighters’ most extensive UK trek, in support of their latest album But Here We Are on June 2 – their first record without drummer Taylor Hawkins, following his death while on tour in Columbia last year.
It entered into the UK charts at the number one spot – becoming the band’s sixth album to do so.
Support of the upcoming UK tour will be provided by Wet Leg (who recently also supported Harry Styles on the UK run of his Love On Tour), Courtney Barnett, Himalayas, Honeyblood, Hot Milk and Shame.
Courtney Barnett and Honeyblood will join the Foo Fighters on stage at Hampden Park.
Tickets for the concert will go on sale at 9am on June 30, with presale beginning on June 28 at 9am.