- 11 Nov 16
Days after the Foo Fighters teased a European tour on their website, the tour finally starts to take shape. The band’s vocalist, David Grohl, has now confirmed they will play as headliner for the Polish Open’er Festival.
Foo Fighter fans all over Europe are getting excited as new tour dates are published on the internet. Joining the previously known headliner Radiohead, the Foo Fighters are playing on the festival’s main stage Thursday, June 29, 2017.
After announcing their appearance at NOS Alive Festival in Portugal on July 7, and recently, their presence at Madrid’s Mad Cool festival on July 6, Poland now joins the list of European concerts. Fans are keeping an eye on the digital passport released before on the Foo Fighter’s website, expecting a string of European tour dates.
Due to this news rumours are surfacing about the possibility of the rock band playing at the Glastonbury 2017, where Radiohead also performs as a headliner.
The Open’er is a Polish music festival taking place at Kosakowo Airport in Gdynia from June 28 to July 1. Last year the line-up surprised fans with famous bands such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Florence and the Machine. Other acts, beside the Foo Fighters and Radiohead, have not yet been published.