FOO FIGHTERS ANNOUNCE 2015 AUSTRALIAN STADIUM TOUR WITH SPECIAL GUESTS RISE AGAINST

Foo Fighters 2014Next February, Soundwave Festival now has some serious competition. As the Foo Fighters continue to unravel their upcoming tour plans, the band announced today that they will embark on a month-long stadium tour of Australia with very special guests Rise Against. Foo Fighters are in the midst of a club tour in conjunction with their new HBO series Sonic Highways, and are set to play the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN this Friday, October 31. This weekend, the band will headline Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in New Orleans, where Rise Against will also be a featured act. Rise Against recently wrapped up a North American headlining tour, and are set to head overseas for a European run starting on November 3 all in support of their latest effort The Black Market. Foo Fighers much-anticipated new album Sonic Highways drops on November 10 via RCA Records. – by Matt Bishop

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Wednesday, February 18 – AMI Stadium, Christchurch
Saturday, February 21 – Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland
Tuesday, February 24 – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Thursday, February 26 – ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Saturday, February 28 – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Monday, March 2 – Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart
Wednesday, March 4 – Coopers Stadium, Adelaide
Saturday, March 7 – nib Stadium, Perth

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