Nine Inch Nails & Foo Fighters Make Tour Announcement


For the concertgoer that wants to see a slew of their favorite artists throughout one action pack Summer – you’re in luck, Live Nation will be releasing their ever-popular ‘Lawn Pass’ this year which will be active for thirty different venues during the 2022 Summer concert season. Could the foo Fighters potentially break up in the near future?

This will allow concert fanatics unlimited lawn seat access to see A-list acts such as the Foo Fighters, Nine Inch Nails, KISS, Deftones, The Black Keys, Iron Maiden, and a host of others all Summer long, depending on that particular venue’s lineup. What’s more, the cost of such a perk is just shy of being two hundred dollars flat ($199) per person.
If you wish to purchase one of the elusive passes, you can do so here and use the dropdown menu to select the closest amphitheater that works best for you. These passes will go on sale starting Tuesday, March 1st at 10 A.M. PST and will be extremely limited.

In other news concerning the Foo Fighters, in a recent interview with Consequence of Sound the beloved Foo Fighters frontman discussed using fake vomit in comparison to fake blood. Grohl certainly knows a lot about using both products as he, along with the rest of the Foo Fighters have just put out a brand-new horror-comedy film called Studio 666. The film was released February 25, 2022, and stars a slew of celebrity cameos including Will Forte, Whitney Cummings, and many more. Credit to the outlet for the below.

“Fake vomit. Fake puke, man… I had to do – there’s a vomit scene and there’s [exaggerated puke sound]. It’s a lot of vomit, and they had to feed me this stuff that was like yogurt, and oatmeal, and I had to put it in my mouth. It almost made me really vomit. Fake blood is gross, though.”