Foo Fighters headlined the Milton Keynes National Bowl for the second consecutive night as part of their makeshift ‘Break a Leg’ UK Tour.
Having originally planned to perform at London’s Wembley Stadium back in June, a fall from stage in Sweden left frontman Dave Grohl with a broken leg and forced to cancel a number of shows including Wembley and Glastonbury Festival.
But on this warm September evening in Milton Keynes, the band made it up to their adoring UK fans in the best possible way by putting on a hit-packed show to remember – with a little help from Royal Blood and Iggy Pop along the way!
The penultimate night of the UK Foo Fighters‘ ‘Sonic Motorways’ tour took place at Sheffield’s O2 Academy on Friday 12th December 2014. The number one tribute band to Dave Grohl and co. thrilled crowds with tracks from their whole discography, including the newest release ‘Sonic Highways’, from which the tour’s name is cleverly derived.
Billed as the UK’s number one tribute to Foo Fighters, the UK Foo Fighters headed to Sheffield on Friday 13th December for the final date of their Hiatus Tour. The band played a fantastic two hour set of classic Foo’s songs that left the Sheffield crowd buzzing. One of the best tribute acts around, this has to be as close as it gets to seeing Dave Grohl and co. for real!