Foo Fighters have officially put the breaks on their 25th anniversary Van Tour.
The outing, which was originally scheduled for this past April and May, was set to revisit stops Dave Grohl and company made in 1995 during the first Foos tour. The band had initially postponed the dates to this October and December, but the continuing COVID-19 pandemic has forced them to scrap the shows entirely.
Those who purchased tickets will receive refunds. For more info, ticket holders are instructed to contact their point of purchase.
“We look forward to seeing you all as soon as it is safe for everyone to do so,” Foo Fighters say.
The Van Tour is among the many plans the Foos had to celebrate their 25th anniversary that’s been affected by the pandemic. Their July 4 DC Jam festival, for example, was also canceled.
By Josh Johnson
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