(UPDATE 9/21/15) It’s been a long road. but the North American leg of the Sonic Highways World Tour is coming near an end. Only 11 shows remain for the remainder of the tour, but while dates are now limited, it doesn’t mean they will be in any less demand. On the secondary market, Foo Fighters tickets have an average price of $135.21.
Two of the biggest remaining shows will take place at the start of week when the band plays back-to-back nights at The Forum in Los Angeles. However, the price points for the show are not as high as some others, though that is mostly due to how soon the shows are, rather than a lack of demand. The band will play their first of two shows on Monday night with an average price of $109.19, and a get-in price of $36. Tuesday night both the average and get-in will rise, as the average will be $123.11 and the cheapest ticket is $51.
The most expensive remaining date on the tour will come on October 5 at Bridgestone Arena. The Nashville show currently has an average price of $311.67 and a get-in price of $81. Only two other shows have an average over $200, an October 4 show at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta with an average of $209.32, and the tour finale on October 17 at Anaheim’s Honda Center. The current average price for the last show of the leg is $241.64 with a get-in price of $86.
In the middle of this final stretch of shows, Foo Fighters will play both weekends at Austin City Limits. On both weekends the band with play to headline Friday night. Due also to the amount of artists able to be seen with admission, Austin City Limits tickets are significantly more expensive than solo Foo Fighters shows. The current average for the first Friday is $210.85, with a get-in price of $116. The next Friday, October 9, has an average price of $229.46 and a get-in price of $113.
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- 1.2 Foo Fighters Return to ‘Sonic Highways’ Tour with Two Stops in Canada this Week
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- 1.4 Foo Fighters Tickets Averaging $167 on Secondary Market for Remaining ‘Sonic Highways’ Tour Dates
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- 1.6 Foo Fighters Citi Field Tickets Starting At $45 Per Seat, $63 For Fenway Park
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- 1.8 Chicago Most Expensive, Wichita Least Expensive Cities Remaining on Foo Fighters’ ‘Sonic Highways’ Tour
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- 1.10 Foo Fighters Begin North American Leg of Sonic Highways Tour this Weekend
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- 1.12 Foo Fighters Tickets For 20th Anniversary Show At RFK Averaging $109 On Resale Market
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- 1.15 Foo Fighters Announce More Dates For “Sonic Highways” Tour
- 1.16 Foo Fighters Announce First Date For Upcoming “Sonic Highways” Tour
Foo Fighters Return to ‘Sonic Highways’ Tour with Two Stops in Canada this Week
(UPDATE 8/11/15) After taking an extended break from touring North America over the last several weeks, the Foo Fighters return to the road this Wednesday with a show at Rexall Place in Edmonton. 28 more shows remain on the “Sonic Highways” Tour, which continues in the U.S. and Canada through mid-October.
Over that time, the average secondary price for Foo Fighters tickets on TiqIQ is $165.88. The band’s stop in Edmonton will be the cheapest show remaining on tour, with Foo Fighters tickets at Rexall Place averaging $96.12 and get-in price starting at $28. The band will play its two other least expensive dates on September 30 at INTRUST Bank Arena ($96.96 avg./$17 get-in) and October 7 at FedEx Forum ($113.61 avg./$40 get-in).
Wrigley Field will be the hosting site of the Foo Fighters’ most expensive remaining show on August 29. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $468.27 and a $165 get-in price. Minnesota’s Xcel Energy Center will host the second top-priced gig on August 22, where tickets average $356.45 and get-in price starts at $118.
Foo Fighters Tickets Averaging $167 on Secondary Market for Remaining ‘Sonic Highways’ Tour Dates
(UPDATE 8/5/15) After taking a brief hiatus from the road over the last three weeks, the Foo Fighters will return to tour in Canada next Wednesday when they play Edmonton’s Rexall Place. 30 more dates remain on the band’s “Sonic Highways” Tour, which continues in North America through the middle of October. Ticket demand remains high on the secondary market as well, as Foo Fighters tickets now average $166.64 on TiqIQ over the band’s final three months.
Wrigley Field will be the site of the band’s most expensive show on August 29. The average secondary price for Foo Fighters Chicago tickets is $482.72 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $165. Additional top-priced gigs come onSeptember 19 at Honda Center in Anaheim ($363.58 avg./$138 get-in) and August 22 at Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota ($339.27 avg./$178 get-in).
Conversely, the INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas will be the band’s cheapest remaining gig on September 30. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $95.78 and the get-in price is $17. Other cheapest-priced shows includeAugust 19 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre ($104.31 avg./$51 get-in), October 7 at FedEx Forum ($111.05 avg./$22 get-in) and September 14 at Moda Center ($124.41 avg./$37 get-in).
The Foo Fighters will continue their North American tour run through October 17, when they wrap at the Honda Center.
Foo Fighters Citi Field Tickets Starting At $45 Per Seat, $63 For Fenway Park
(UPDATE 7/15/15) Still at the start of North American leg of their Sonic Highways World Tour, Foo Fighters will be heading into some of their biggest shows in the coming week. Starting on Wednesday night, the band will play two nights at Citi Field in New York. Foo Fighters tickets at Citi Field have been dropping in availability, but the cheapest tickets for both nights can be had at good deals. For Wednesday night’s show tickets start at $69, while Thursday’s show will start at $45.
Then for the weekend the band will be shipping up to Boston to play two shows at Fenway Park on Saturday and Sunday. Foo Fighters tickets at Fenway are slightly more expensive, starting at $63 on Saturday and $75 on Sunday.
Chicago Most Expensive, Wichita Least Expensive Cities Remaining on Foo Fighters’ ‘Sonic Highways’ Tour
(UPDATE 7/14/15) The Foo Fighters recently kicked off the North American leg of their “Sonic Highways” Tour, which will run across the U.S. and Canada over 34 more shows through mid-October. Hitting both stadiums and arenas during its remaining three months of shows, Dave Grohl and co. are putting up big ticket prices on the secondary market.
According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for Foo Fighters tickets is $153.82. The most expensive show comes onAugust 29 at Wrigley Field in Chicago. That show has a ticket price average of $451.69 and the cheapest available ticket is $150. One week prior the band plays its second cheapest show at Xcel Energy Center, where tickets average at $348.19 and get-in price starts at $156.
September 30 at INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas will be the band’s cheapest show. Foo Fighters Kansas tickets currently own a secondary average of $92.25 and the get-in price is $20. Other least expensive shows come this week at Citi Field in New York on Wednesday and Thursday. Foo Fighters Citi Field tickets average at $93.76 over the two-show affair.
The “Sonic Highways” Tour continues its run across the U.S. and Canada through October 17, when it wraps at the Honda Center in Anaheim.
Foo Fighters Begin North American Leg of Sonic Highways Tour this Weekend
(UPDATE 6/29/2015) The Foo Fighters aren’t letting Dave Grohl’s fractured leg step in the way of their touring plans. The band is slated to kick off the North American leg of its Sonic Highways Tour this Saturday at RFK Stadium in D.C., which will also serve as a 20th Anniversary blowout show featuring a slew of A-list support from some of music’s biggest names. 37 shows are scheduled through the middle of October, and the average price for Foo Fighters tickets is $159.34 on the secondary market.
The band will play its most expensive show on August 29 at Wrigley Field in Chicago. According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for Foo Fighters tickets in Chicago is $459.48 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is $170. Other top-priced shows include August 22 at Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota ($332.41/avg., $132 get-in), July 8 at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre ($310.67/avg., $116 get-in) and July 9 at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre ($299.46/avg., $117 get-in).
If hoping to get out to the Foo’s cheapest show, look no further than September 30 at INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $94.74 and the get-in price starts at $23. The Kansas stop will be the only show where tickets average below $100 on the resale market. A July 6 gig at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey is the second least expensive show with an average ticket price of $106.34 and a $31 get-in price.
The 20th Anniversary Blowout show on Saturday currently owns a secondary ticket average of $108.32 and get-in price is $43. Other notable musicians appearing at the D.C. show include Gary Clark Jr., Buddy Guy, Heart, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, LL Cool J and Trombone Shorty and the Orleans Avenue, to name a few.
Foo Fighters Tickets For 20th Anniversary Show At RFK Averaging $109 On Resale Market
(UPDATE 6/26/15) The show is still scheduled to go on. With just under a week away before Foo Fighters are scheduled to start North American tour dates, there have been no indications that the band will have to cancel any dates. After Dave Grohl broke his leg, Foo Fighters were forced to cancel European tour dates. They will kick off North American shows with their 20th Anniversary Blowout at Washington D.C.’s RFK Stadium on July 4. Currently the average price of Foo Fighters tickets for the event is $109.06 on the secondary market. The get-in price is currently $43, which is nearly half of face value for general admission seating.
(UPDATE 5/1/15) Rock and roll heavyweights Foo Fighters are heading out on the road beginning next month, and the band’s August 29 stop at Wrigley Field in Chicago will be among the most expensive shows of tour on the secondary ticket market. Though still four months away, the average secondary price for Foo Fighters Chicago tickets is currently $300.06, more than 84% higher than the tour average of $162.51.
For fans hoping to just get in at Wrigley for the late-August gig, the cheapest available ticket is currently priced at $137. 13 of the band’s upcoming shows this summer won’t even post a secondary average that high, making it one of the most sought-after concerts along the tour. Only a July 8 show at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre in Toronto will be more expensive on average, with tickets averaging at $314.74. That show sees get-in price start at $96.
Foo Fighters Announce More Dates For “Sonic Highways” Tour
(UPDATE 1/29/15) The Foo Fighters are channeling the famous words of the late Ernie Banks – only this time, they’ll play two at Citi Field in New York this summer. The band announced its intentions on Thursday to play a second show in Queens after tickets sold out for their first show on July 16. A show scheduled for July 15 is now official, and primary tickets go on sale on the Mets official website on Friday. The Foo Fighters American Stadium leg of the Sonic Highways Tour begins on July 4 at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.
On the 15th, Foo Fighters will start their Sonic Highways World Tour in Chile. The band will play internationally before starting their North American run of dates with their 4th of July 20th Anniversary Blowout at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C.
12/10 – Cape Town, SA @ Cape Town Stadium
12/13 – Johannesburg, SA @ FNB Stadium
01/15 – Santiago, CL @ Estadio Nacional
01/18 – Buenos Aires, AR @ Estadio Unico De La Plata
01/21 – Porto Alegre, BR @ Estacionamento Da Fiegs
01/23 – Sao Paulo, BR @ Estadio Do Morumbi
01/25 – Rio de Janerio, BR @ Estadio Do Marcana
01/28 – Belo Horizonte, BR @ Mega Space
01/31 – Bogota, CO @ Estadio El Campin
02/08 – Christchurch, NZ @ AMI Stadium
02/21 – Auckland, AU @ Mt. Smart Stadium
02/24 – Brisbane, AU @ Suncorp Stadium
02/26 – Sydney, AU @ ANZ Stadium
02/28 – Melbourne, AU @ Etihad Stadium
03/02 – Hobart, AU @ Derwent Entertainment Centre
03/04 – Adelaide, AU @ Coopers Stadium
03/07 – Perth, AU @ NIB Stadium
05/25 – Sunderland, UK @ Sunderland Stadium of Light
05/27 – Manchester, UK @ Emirates Old Trafford
06/05-07 – Nürburg, DE @ Rock am Ring
06/05-07 – Nuremberg, DE @ Rock im Park
06/10 – Oslo, NO @ Telenor Arena
06/12 – Gothenburg, SE @ Ullevi Stadium
06/13-14 – Landgraaf, NL @ Pinkpop Festival
06/19 – London, UK @ Wembley Stadium
06/20 – London, UK @ Wembley Stadium
06/23 – Edinburgh, UK @ BT Murrayfield Stadium
06/25-28 – Werchter, BE @ Rock Werchter
07/04 – Washington, DC @ RFK Stadium
07/06 – Camden, NJ @ Susquehanna Bank Center
07/09 – Toronto, ON @ Molson Canadian Ampitheatre
07/16 – New York, NY @ Citi Field
07/18 – Boston, MA @ Fenway Park
07/19 – Boston, MA @ Fenway Park
08/12 – Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
08/13 – Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome
08/17 – Denver, CO @ Fidler’s Green Ampitheatre
08/19 – Maryland Heights, MO @ Verizon Wireless Ampitheater
08/21 – Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
08/22 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
08/24 – Detroit, MI @ DTE Energy Music Theatre
08/27 – Indianapolis, IN @ Klipsch Music Center
08/29 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field
09/11 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
09/12 – George, WA @ Gorge Ampitheatre
09/14 – Portland, OR @ Moda Center
09/16 – Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Ampitheatre
09/18 – Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
09/21 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
09/25 – Phoenix, AZ @ AK-Chin Pavilion
09/27 – Albuquerque, NM @ Isleta Ampitheater
09/29 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Chesapeake Energy Arena
09/30 – Wichita, KS @ INTRUST Bank Arena
10/04 – Atlanta, GA @ Centennial Olympic Park
10/05 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
10/07 – Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum
(UPDATE) A full list of tour dates is expected to be announced for the Sonic Highways World Tour on Tuesday, but one venue may have already leaked. Vanyaland discovered a built page on the Boston Red Sox official website that hinted at a Foo Fighters show. The ticket page was set up specifically for a concert with the title “Foo Fighters at Fenway.” The band has already announced a date at Wrigley Field during the summer of 2015, so a concert at the ballpark in Boston would not be an outlier in the type of venues that will be played this summer. Nothing is official yet, but check back with the TiqIQ Blog on Tuesday when tour dates are officially announced.
(Update) As part of the Sonic Highways World Tour, Foo Fighters have announced five UK dates in May and June of 2015. The run will start on May 25 with a concert at Sunderland Stadium of Light followed by a show at Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester on May 27. The band will then resume on June 19 and 20 with back-to-back nights at Wembley Stadium. On both Wembley dates, Foo FIghters will be supported by Iggy Pop. The final show will come on June 23 at BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh. For that date, as well as the two nights at Wembley, Royal Blood will also perform. Foo Fighters tickets for the shows will have a pre-sale on November 19 and go on a general on sale November 21.
There will be a pre-sale on November 19th, and tickets go on sale to the general publish November 21st.
Below are all UK dates:
- May 25th – Sunderland, UK – Sunderland Stadium of Light
- May 27th – Manchester, UK – Emirates Old Trafford
- June 19th – London, UK – Wembley Stadium
- June 20th – London, UK – Wembley Stadium
- June 23rd – Edinburgh, UK – BT Murrayfield Stadium
Foo Fighters have announced the supporting acts for their day-long 20th anniversary celebration on the Fourth of July. The event at RFK Stadium will feature sets from Buddy Guy, Gary Clark Jr., Heart, Joan Jett, LL Cool J, Trouble Funk and Trombone Shorty. Each of those artists played a part in the recording of the band’s upcoming studio album Sonic Highways, which will be released on Monday, November 10. Foo Fighters tickets for the event go on sale Saturday, November 8 at 10am.
Foo Fighters are planning themselves an anniversary party. The band has been around for 20 years and will be celebrating with an all-day extravaganza on July 4 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. This will be the second show Foo Fighters will be in a stadium next summer as the band already announced an August 29 concert at Wrigley Field. With Cheap Trick, Naked Raygun and Urge Overkill announced as support acts in Chicago, there could be some interesting acts announced to play on the Fourth of July. More details for the show will be announced on November 6 and Foo Fighters tickets will go on sale on November 8 at 10am.
More dates have now been announced for Foo Fighters “Sonic Highways” Tour. Dates include stops in Nashville, New Orleans and Washington DC in the US. They’re also heading to South Africa, Australia, Germany and a few stop in South America. Here is a full list of dates:
2014 Foo Fighters Tour Dates
Oct 31st – Ryman Auditorium, Nashville
Nov 2nd – Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, New Orleans
Nov 11th – The Concert For Valor, Washington, DC (Dave solo acoustic) (Free Show)
Dec 10th – Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa
Dec 13th – FNB Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa
2015 Foo Fighters Tour Dates
Jan 15th – Estadio Nacional Julio Martinez Pradanos, Santiago, Chile
Jan 18th – Estadio Ciudad de La Plata, La Plata, Argentina
Jan 21st – Pavilhao da FIERGS, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Jan 23rd – Estadio Cicero Pompeu de Toledo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Jan 25th – Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Jan 28th – Mega Space, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Jan 31st – Estadio Nemesio Camacho, Bogota, Colombia
Feb 24th – Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium
Feb 26th – Sydney, ANZ Stadium
Feb 28th – Melbourne, Etihad Stadium
Mar 2nd – Hobart, Derwent Entertainment Centre
Mar 4th – Adelaide, Coopers Stadium
Mar 7th – Perth, nib Stadium
Jun 5th – 7th – Rock AM Ring, Mendig, Germany
Jun 5th – 7th – Rock IM Park, Nuremberg, Germany
Aug 29th – Wrigley Field, Chicago
Foo Fighters Announce First Date For Upcoming “Sonic Highways” Tour
At a small show in Chicago last week, Foo Fighters announced their first show for an upcoming Sonic Highways Tour. The venue for the show is Chicago’s Wrigley Field on August 29. The date will probably not be the actual start date of the tour, but it is the first show that has been announced. Foo Fighters tickets for the Wrigley show go on sale Monday, October 27. For more on their Wrigley Field show, check out this article we published on Forbes:
The Foo Fighters have announced the first date for their 2015 tour, at Chicago’s Wrigley Field. The August 29 show isn’t likely to be the first actual date of the Sonic Highways World Tour, but has been the first date announced. Chicago has played a big part in the lead up to the band’s eighth studio album, as the setting for the first track and the first episode of their HBO series, both titled Sonic Highways. Foo Fighters tickets for the Wrigley Field concert have an early access presale starting October 24 with a public on sale starting Monday, October 27.
To continue reading this article, head over to Forbes.