Everlong wait extended: Foo Fighters postpone Calgary and Edmonton shows after Grohl loses voice Members of Foo Fighters attend the premiere of HBO’s ‘Foo Fighters Sonic Highway’ in …
Fans of the Foo Fighters will have to wait to see the band perform in Alberta as the Calgary and Edmonton concerts have been rescheduled for October. On Monday, the band announced it was postponing its September 4 concert at Rogers Place in Edmonton and the September 6 show at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary due to an undisclosed illness.
Foo Fighters postpone Edmonton, Calgary shows due to illness In the 23 years since they became a band in the wake of Kurt Cobain’s suicide, Dave Grohl has never, ever played a Nirvana song while with Foo Fighters.
The rock band fronted by former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl announced on Twitter Monday both shows in Calgary and Edmonton this week were being postponed due to illness.
Fans of the Foo Fighters will have to wait to see the band perform in Alberta as the Calgary
Fans of the Foo Fighters will have to wait to see the band perform in Alberta as the Calgary and Edmonton concerts have been rescheduled for October. Grohl and his bandmates will now play in Edmonton on October 22 and in Calgary on October 23.
The Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018 show by the rock band Foo Fighters at Rogers Place in Edmonton has been postponed until Oct. 22, 2018, the band said in a tweet on Monday, Sept. 3, 2018.
Foo Fighters have postponed two Canadian tour dates because frontman Dave Grohl is ill. The affected dates include a show in Edmonton scheduled for tonight, and a stop in Calgary this Thursday, September 6. The make-up shows will take place October 22 and October 23, respectively.
“Foo Fighters have had to reschedule two shows on the Canadian leg of the Concrete and Gold tour: Sept. 4 in Edmonton at Rogers Place and Sept. 6 in Calgary at Scotiabank Saddledome,” a news
Ahh Foo-ey: Foo Fighters postpone Calgary show due to illness Dave Grohl from the band Foo Fighters performs during the Corona Capital music festival in Mexico City, Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017. It sounds like the Foo Fighters need some flu fighters after illness prompted the band to postpone its two Alberta shows this week, according to a news
Foo Fighters on Oct 22, 2018 in Edmonton, Canada at Rogers Place.