Alternative rock group Foo Fighters is hitting the road for their big "Everything or Nothing at All Tour," and they’ll be making a stop in Cincinnati next summer.
"Everything or Nothing at All" will stop at Great American Ball Park on Thursday, July 25 with supporting acts Pretenders and Mammoth WVH. Tickets go on sale Friday, Oct. 6 at 10 a.m.
This tour will be in support of Foo Fighters' newest, critically acclaimed album, But Here We Are. The album is the band’s first since former drummer Taylor Hawkins passed away in March 2022 and largely reflects themes of grief and nostalgia.
"Aching directness and wounded sweetness make a potent combination here… But Here We Are pulses with the sense that the future happened too quickly, and we’re all having to navigate situations and handle emotions we thought we’d get to much later in life. These songs chart the push through denial into the acceptance of the reality of death and the lifetime journey of bereavement,” Vulture wrote of the album.
Since its June 2 release, But Here We Are has been stacking up Best of 2023 So Far accolades, and the singles “Rescued” and “Under You” have cemented the Foo Fighters’ tally of more No. 1 hits than any other artist at Rock and Alternative Radio, the band said in a press release. The album has also landed on the mid-year best-of lists of Alternative Press, Consequence, Entertainment Weekly, The Los Angeles Times, Loudwire, Uproxx and more.
For more information on the tour, visit foofighters.com.
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