Foo Fighters frontman speaks about Wembley Stadium spectacular
[b]Foo Fighters[/b] have revealed a few more details about their mammoth show, set to take place at London’s Wembley Stadium next Summer.
The band who last weekend played two sold-out shows at the 20,000 capacity 02 Arena – are due to play the newly built stadium on June 7 as part of BBC Radio One’s rock extravaganza.
They claim that the show, which will be performed in the round, will be the biggest rock show at the new venue to date.
[b]Foo Fighters[/b] front man [b]Dave Grohl[/b] has said in a statement: “Every time I think we can’t take things any further, our UK fans prove me wrong. Headlining Wembley Stadium is an incredible honour. It’s also a huge challenge and not one we take lightly, we guarantee there won’t be a bad seat in the house. You have to make the most of a once in a lifetime gig like this.”
[b]Dave Grohl[/b] and co played at the same venue as part of this years’ Live Earth Charity concert.
The show will also be the radio station’s first live broadcast from the new Wembley Stadium.
Tickets for the show will go on sale tomorrow, Friday (November 23) at 10am.