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Foo Fighters Announce First U.S. Show in Nearly Two Years at California’s BottleRock Festival

AUSTIN, TX - OCTOBER 03: Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters performs during the TargetStyle ACL Afterparty at Arlyn Studios on October 3, 2015 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Gary Miller/Getty Images)

Last year, Foo Fighters filed lawsuitsfaked their own breakup, and rocked out to GN’R, but Dave Grohl and the boys haven’t actually played a live show since 2015. They recently announced a few European festival dates, and now, they’ve shared their first U.S. gig in 19 months, co-headlining the BottleRock Festival in California’s Napa Valley with Tom Petty and Maroon 5.

The band teased the announcement with a tweet last night, which showed the Napa region highlighted in red against a black and white map. They haven’t yet shared any other U.S. dates for 2017, but drummer Taylor Hawkins recently hinted to NME that a new record might be on the way. BottleRock runs from May 26-28, and also features performances from Macklemore, Modest Mouse, and The Roots. Ticket information is available here.