Foo Fighters announced to headline Open’er Festival 2017

Dave Grohl and co's summer keeps on getting bigger

Foo Fighters‘ 2017 world tour just got bigger – with the band confirmed to headline Open’er Festival.

After being confirmed to headline Nos Alive in Portugal, the European tour that they teased is starting to take more shape. Now, they’ll be headlining one of Europe’s most acclaimed and largest festivals – calling at Open’er Festival. They’ll be joining previously announced headliners Radiohead.

The rest of the line-up is yet to be announced, but last year’s stellar bill featured the likes of LCD Soundsystem, Foals, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Last Shadow Puppets, Bastille and many more – so anticipation is high for another massive weekend.


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It’s also worth noting that Open’er takes place the week after Glastonbury – could Dave Grohl and co still pay Worthy Farm a visit in 2017?

Read more: The story of Open’er 2016 in awesome photos

Open’Er takes place at Kosakowo Airport in Gdynia from June 28-July 1. Tickets are on sale now from the festival’s website.

Fans are keeping an eye on Foo Fighters’ interactive ‘European passport’ to see where else their world tour will call in 2017.

Foo Fighters are expected to release a new album next year – despite reports that Dave Grohl is said to be working on a solo album and drummer Taylor Hawkins has also announced his debut solo effort.




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