Jimmy Eat World to join Foo Fighters on tour

They'll play seven shows with Grohl and co

Jimmy Eat World to join Foo Fighters on tour
Jimmy Eat World have been confirmed to open for Foo Fighters on seven shows of their forthcoming North American tour.

The band, who released their fifth album ‘Chase This Light’ in October, will join the Foos in January before heading to Europe for a sex week headlining tour.

The dates are:

Sunrise, FL BankAtlantic Center (January 16)
Orlando, FL Amway Arena (17)
Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena (19)
Pensacola, FL Pensacola Civic Center (20)
Houston, TX Toyota Center (22)
Dallas, TX American Airlines Center (23)
Memphis, TN FedEx Forum (25)

--By our New York staff.
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