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Foo Fighters to Play Forum in First 100 Percent Capacity Show in Los Angeles

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JUNE 20: Dave Grohl performs onstage as The Foo Fighters reopen Madison Square Garden on June 20, 2021 in New York City. The concert, with all attendees vaccinated, is the first in a New York arena to be held at full-capacity since March 2020 when the pandemic lead to the closure of live performance venues. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for FF)

Two days after reopening full-scale live music in New York City, the Foo Fighters are going to do the same thing in their home of Los Angeles.

Dave Grohl and company will be performing at the Forum in Inglewood on Saturday, July 17, the first full-capacity indoor show in the area. Coincidentally, the show takes place on the same day that the band’s Bee Gees tribute album is released.

If it’s anything like their tiny club show in suburban Los Angeles in Agoura Hills (about an hour or so away from the Forum without traffic) and at Madison Square Garden, it will probably be pretty eventful. And that’s not to mention the anti-vax protesters who picketed outside of both shows.

If you remember, Dave Chappelle joined the band for a version of Radiohead‘s “Creep,” which surprised most everyone in attendance. Both sets included a Queen cover sang by Taylor Hawkins.

Tickets will be on sale to the public as of June 25 at 10 am PT.

You can read our review of the Foos’ latest album, Medicine at Midnight, here and can check out our recap of what went down at MSG here. This is the launch of the band’s 26th-anniversary tour, which was supposed to be a 25th-anniversary tour last year before the pandemic thwarted those plans.