Foo Fighters launch digital passport hinting at 2017 European tour

Band are already confirmed to headline Portugal's Nos Alive festival next year

Having announced that they will headline Portugal’s Nos Alive next year, Foo Fighters have launched a digital passport, with further European dates expected for 2017.

Over the weekend, Dave Grohl and co teased that they’d be returning to the road – after sharing a photo of Europe from space, with Portugal illuminated.

Now, the band have launched a new website, FooFightersPassport.comshowing a digital passport expected to detail all their forthcoming European dates for 2017. So far, only the Nos Alive date is listed.


See in the image below and on their new website.

Foo Fighters will headline Nos Alive 2017 in Lisbon on Friday, July 7 before Depeche Mode close proceedings on July 8. A Nos Alive spokesman said of the news: “Foo Fighters’ headline set will make the 11th NOS Alive Festival an unforgettable experience for the ages.”

The rest of the line-up is yet to be announced, but Nos Alive 2016 saw performances from the likes of Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Pixies, Chemical Brothers, Biffy Clyro, Robert Plant, Wolf Alice and many more.

Read more: The story of Nos Alive 2016

The band 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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