Foo Fighters postpone three shows due to family emergency
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Foo Fighters have postponed three shows on their current North American tour due to what is being described as a family emergency. The band initially called off a concert at Lexington, Kentucky’s Rupp Arena on Saturday night (October 21st). That date was rescheduled to May 1st. Since then, two more gigs — in Nashville on Monday night (October 23rd) and in Memphis on Tuesday (October 24th) — have also been postponed.
- Information is pending on a rescheduled date for Nashville, while the Memphis concert has been moved to May 3rd.
- All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new dates. Those who are unable to attend the rescheduled shows will be able to get a refund at point of purchase.
- No further details on the nature of the emergency were disclosed. At press time, it is unknown whether more shows will be affected. The next scheduled stop on the Foos’ tour is Birmingham, Alabama on Thursday night (October 26th).
- Foo Fighters are touring in support of their ninth studio album, Concrete And Gold, which debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200 album chart last month.
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