Following a sudden postponement of Saturday’s scheduled performance in Lexington, KY, alt rock icons Foo Fighters announced last night that they’d also be forced to reschedule their planned performance tonight, Oct. 23 at Bridgestone Arena, as well as tomorrow’s stop in Memphis, all for a reported family emergency. While Lexington and Memphis have both been given new dates (May 1 and May 3, respectively), Nashville
remains to be announced, but the band are committed to finding a new date, and all preciously purchased tickets will be honored.
The band, currently out in support of their ninth LP, Concrete and Gold, have also just announced 2018 dates for their run, split into spring and summer legs. Based on the holes and geography,
April 23, April 24, April 27, April 30, May 2, May 4, July 6, and July 27 all seem like good candidates potential makeup dates (Bridgestone’s schedule is clear too, but they likely have holds- especially if the Preds make it to post-season in the spring). We should hopefully know for sure soon, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted!
UPDATE: The new date has been officially announced- MAY 4. All previously purchased tickets will be honored, and tickets are still available here. If you are unable to attend, refunds are available at the point of purchase.