The band will open up new venue The Atlantis this May.
Foo Fighters are set to play one of their smallest shows in years as they have been announced as the opening act for new venue The Atlantis in Washington D.C..
The band will perform at the club, which has a capacity of 450 people, on May 30 with tickets priced at just $44. Tickets will be non-transferable and go on sale via Ticketmaster Request, a lottery-style service designed to thwart scalpers. Get more info here.
Other artists set to appear as part of the venue’s inaugural run of shows include Bush, Pixies and Bastille.
Foo Fighters have a full slate of festival appearances lined up across the US this summer including headline slots at Boston Calling, Sonic Temple, Bonnaroo and Louder Than Life. This tour will mark their first live appearances since the tragic loss of drummer Taylor Hawkins last year.
We chatted with Foos fans outside the Taylor memorial concert at London’s Wembley Stadium back in September to hear their stories and find out more about what Taylor means to them: