What Time Foo Fighters Take Stage On 2024 Tour?

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Foo Fighters are set to perform at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati on Thursday, July 25, 2024. Fans have been wondering at what time they would hit the stage.

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The time on the ticket says the show starts at 5:30 pm but with two opening acts. Some fans have speculated that the band will take the stage around 7:30 pm

In London, they started at 7:30 pm. Meanwhile, at Cardiff Principality Stadium the doors opened at 4 pm, and there were opening acts but the Foo Fighters came on stage by 7.30 pm.

It is noted that they normally post the times on their social media pages and fans can check them out on the day of the show.

Meanwhile, at their UK tour finale in Birmingham, Foo Fighters delivered a memorable performance by inviting Birmingham native and Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler to join them on stage. Together, they rocked out to a powerful rendition of Black Sabbath’s iconic hit “Paranoid,” much to the audience’s delight.

This collaboration didn’t mark the first time Dave Grohl and members of Foo Fighters teamed up with Black Sabbath legends. Back in 2000, Grohl contributed vocals to Tony Iommi’s solo album “Iommi,” featuring on the track “Goodbye Lament.”

More recently, Geezer Butler joined Foo Fighters on stage in 2022 at the Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert in Los Angeles, where they performed both “Paranoid” and “Supernaut” alongside Sebastian Bach and Lars Ulrich.

The Everything or Nothing at All Tour kicked off in Manchester on June 13 at Emirates Old Trafford, treating fans to a setlist packed with hits like “Learn to Fly,” “Monkey Wrench,” “The Pretender,” and a rare performance of “Stacked Actors” from “There Is Nothing Left to Lose.”

The night’s highlight was the debut of a brand-new track titled “Unconditional,” described as a song partially written and demoed during earlier studio sessions but left unfinished until now.

Foo Fighters are set to embark on a comprehensive United States tour starting with shows at Citi Field in New York on July 17 and 18, culminating at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, on August 18.