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Concrete And Gold Tour
The world’s biggest and best rock band, Foo Fighters, have announced three massive UK Stadium shows for summer 2018, hot on the heels of their acclaimed number one album ‘Concrete and Gold’.
2017 has been the year that Foo Fighters returned bigger and better than ever with an album critics everywhere proclaimed to be one of the best of their illustrious career. Modern day classics including ‘Run’, ‘La Dee Da’ and ‘The Sky Is A Neighborhood’ are already live show favourites.
These three must see UK Stadium shows are destined to be one of the highlights of next summer.
With several hits under their collective belts, the grunge rockers known as the Foo Fighters have been long established in the world of rock. Their career has seen them go from being 'the band with the guy who used to be in Nirvana' to being one of the first names on the tongue of anyone making a list of the most prolific and influential bands in rock music today, with a score of memorable songs and legendary performances to their name.
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This boy/girl duo have a growing reputation for their original brand of sleazy blues-rock and their sexually charged live performances. While comparisons to the White Stripes are inevitable, this is no copycat act.
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An explosive duo from Kent, Slaves are making a lot of noise as an unmistakably British punk act. They have gained a lot of attention for bringing raw and exciting performances that have a distinct lack of pretentiousness in a British music scene flooded with bands that are leaning more and more towards American-centric influences.
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Delivering the lost spirit of rock ‘n’ roll in perfect style, Starcrawler play hard and heavy, possessing the mad magic of only the icons before them. Consisting of Arrow De Wilde on lead vocals, Austin Smith on drums, Henri Cash on guitar and Tim Franco on bass, the rebel teens are the antidote to the poison of now.
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The London Stadium
- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
- E20 2ST