Foo Fighters have added 2022 North American tour dates to their schedule. In all, the Foos now have 50+ performances planned around the world over the next eight months.
The band gets back on the road later this month, with a number of festival appearances and headlining concerts in North America and South America scheduled through the spring and then a European tour in the early summer. The newly announced American shows are set in September and October at large-scale venues, pushing the summer's end tour into fall with eight more nights in Canada and two more in the USA.
Foo Fighters All Tour Dates and Tickets
When do Foo Fighters 2022 tour tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
Tickets for the previously announced shows are now on sale. For the new dates, the general public on-sale begins as early as February 18. Presales for fan club members and Citi cardholders begin February 15. Live Nation, LN Mobile App, and local venues/radio presales will follow.
The fan club presale password is STUDIO666. For the Citi presale, you can use the promo passcode 412800, but you will need the card to complete your purchase. The Live Nation presale password is CURTAIN, and the LN Mobile App code is COVERT. Click through the individual concert links for more information about the show you're interested in.
As the fourth wave of COVID infection continues to spread and variants have become more dangerous, please make sure to get fully vaccinated and follow your local guidance about health and safety precautions. You want to dance to "Night Fever" — you don't want to get taken to a hospital because you have a high fever.
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The Foo Fighters have stayed busy, releasing two albums in 2021. In February, they released Medicine at Midnight, and in July they released an LP as the Dee Gees called Hail Satin — featuring one side of Bee Gees covers and one side of live versions of songs from the new studio album. Dave Grohl has also released a new documentary called What Drives Us about musicians' life on the road. Later this month, the band will release a new film titled Studio 666. For more, check out the Foo Fighters' Zumic artist page.