Foo Fighters announce massive support acts for 2018 UK and European tour

Things are going to get very, very loud

Foo Fighters have announced a massive line-up of support acts for their upcoming 2018 UK and European stadium tour. Full dates and ticket details are below.

Joining the band on their run of huge stadium shows in support of their acclaimed latest album ‘Concrete And Gold‘, Dave Grohl and co will be joined by the likes of Wolf Alice, The Kills, Slaves, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The Cribs and GOAT.

The Foos’ full upcoming UK and European tour dates with support acts are below. Tickets are available here.


5 – Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden – with GOAT and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
10 – Trabrennbahn, Hamburg, Germany – with The Kills and Wolf Alice
11 – Sportspaleis, Antwerp, Belgium – with Wolf Alice
13 – Stade De Suisse, Bern, Switzerland
19 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester – with Wolf Alice and The Cribs
22 – London Stadium, London – with Wolf Alice and Frank Carter and The Rattlenakes
23  – London Stadium, London – with The Kills, Slaves and Starcrawler

Europe – you wanna know who else is coming along to rock?? ? Get your tickets here:

Posted by Foo Fighters on Monday, December 4, 2017

Speaking of their soon-to-be tour buddies, Dave Grohl recently said that he thought Wolf Alice were ‘scared of them‘ when then met in the studio.

Grohl told NME  about the Foo Fighters’ “open-door policy” in the studio when recording the band’s new album ‘Concrete And Gold’.

Remarking on their time in LA’s star-studded EastWest studios, he said: “When you’re in a studio like that and Rufus Wainwright is down the hall and the guy from Deep Purple is in the other room and Lady Gaga is wandering around and Wolf Alice were there for a week…I was just doing all this crazy barbecuing and talking to everyone. Gaga would come in and listen to the record. Wolf Alice were scared of us though, I think.”

Wolf Alice recorded part of their latest album ‘Visions Of A Life’ at EastWest studios – catch up with their recent NME cover story here.