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The show was amazing as usual...I have seen them 2 times now and will buy tickets
for the next show 100 percent... LOVE them.
Steph Haapala from Vancouver, British Columbia
My husband and I have been Dave Grohl fans since the Nirvana days. To see him on
stage playing our favorite songs was an absolute dream. The joy we felt was completely
overwhelming and one of the best experiences of our lives. Dave Grohl is a class act, not
even taking a break the whole night so as to give fans as many songs as possible. This
will be a night we will never forget
Kevin from Chicago, Illinois
CHICAGO WRIGLEY FIELD
Amazing show as usual. They absolutely give
everything they have each time out. Do not
miss the chance to see them. Greatest
Rock band in the world. Perhaps the best
Bernie Ryan from Pakenham, On, Canada
Unbelievable show ! Dave Grohl and his band are full throttle from start to finish.
This is my third time seeing these guys and I highly recommend , if you get the chance, make sure you get out to see them. Probably best rock show I have ever seen. BTW, Fenway is one awesome ballpark for holding concerts such as these.
from Toronto, Ontario
The Foos were amazing. We were up in the nose bleeds and I was afraid we woul not
be able to enjoy the show but we were very pleasantly surprised.
The vibrations reached right up to out level and there really was not a lot of
distorted sound. This was a bucket list for my hubby and he was more than pleased.
We will be keeping our eyes peeled for the next time they are in our area.
Rona Devreese from Oakville, Ontario
FOO FIGHTER'S DELIVER
They simply know how to entertain a crowd and play like real starts, how could
you not enjoy their Toronto Roger's Centre Show. From start to finish it was
Carla Carbone from Toronto, Ontario
FOO FIGHTERS - TORONTO 12 JULY 2018
One of the BEST rock & roll concerts
Have been a fan from the beginning
but never had an opportunity to see
....SO much energy....Dave Grohl is
personable, funny & engaging with
not only his band mates but also with
the 33+K audience members....LOVE
LOVED the cover tunes of each band
member's highlighted performance!!!
.....SO much fun....
Will HAVE to see them again live!!!
from Lexington, Kentucky
THE SHOW OF A LIFETIME
Hands down the best concert I have ever seen.
Dave Grohl took you through a rollercoaster of
emotions and jammed for a good 3 1/2 hours
straight. The connection created between the
band and the audience was so powerful that
no one sat down during the whole show. They
definitely made up for canceling their last
performance in Lexington. It was not just a
show but an experience. Best fucking rock
Chuckie Kadiddlehopper Taylor from Nashville, Tennessee
THE BEST SHOW!!
I've been going to shows for 45 years in Nashville and this show was right at the top
with AC/DC with Bon Scott, Van Halen first album tour, and The Who. It was F***ing
loud, F***ng awesome!!
Dawn Wyon from West Palm Beach, Florida
What a show Foo Fighters gave us in the
Beautiful Coral Sky Amphitheater! I have
been to Coral Sky, Sound Advice, Cruzan,
Perfect Vodka , whatever your name is this
year, lol, and I have seen well over 300
concerts in my life. This one was the Best,
right up there with Tom Petty, CSNY, they
just blew me away! Great time with other
fans around us out on the lawn! Only wish
the vendors weren't so expensive, I loved
the strawberry daquiris!
Brian from West Palm Beach, Florida
WEST PALM BCH
Have seen the Foo fighters several times over the
years this was probably my favorite partially because
I love the venue and it’s acoustics . Awesome
awesome awesome !!!!
John B from West Palm Beach, Florida
FF ROCKED WEST PALM BEACH DAVE HAS SO MUCH ENERGY
What a show! Dave is a pure talent and a fantastic
frontman. The banf is top notch, great artists, great
voices, great musicians and great sings. Dsve is funny
snd interacts in a fantastic way with the crowd. I
loved the show from A to Z. This band has so much
respect for their fans. 3 hours of pleasure, well worth
the price of the ticket. My wife, my 5 years old
dsughter and me all loved this concert. Go snd see
them if you csn.
Shellie from Dallas, Texas
Saw them in Dallas last night....my first FF concert. Can't wait to see them again. Dave
runs across the stage like a 20 year old, he was funny, and engaged the crowd. Loved
Anon Tex from Dallas, Texas
2018 DALLAS TX AT GEXA PAVILLION
And a good morning to you. What else is
there to say, "Foo Fighters Golden Tour" is a
"Must Event to Experience". David Grohl has
resurrected rock n'roll. All the original band
members are solid. Every song was
John Gonzales from Cynthia Woods pavilion, Houston, Texas
ONE OF THE BEST CONCERTS EVER...
First time to see the Foo Fighters live. What
an awesome show. Everyone stood for 2 1/2
hours screening and singing along with the
band. Right up there with Rush,ACDC, Van
Halen and yes even Tom Petty..
Foo Fighters from Houston, Texas
FOO FIGHTERS SHOW
I go to 10 or 12 concerts a year. In my
lifetime I have seen over 500
concerts. That is not a lie! I seen the
band 4 times. This might have been
the best concert I have ever seen in
my life. Dave Grohl is a rock god!
Jimmy Basquez from Austin, Texas
HOLY FREAKING CRAP!!!
OK, first Foo concert ever. Life has been challenging me a bit these days so was not
as pumped as I should be. But, once I heard the Foo's, my attitude completely
changed. Tightest band I have ever heard, Dave sings his heart out and the band
follows to suit. Playing lots of faves and some covers too (Queen, Van Halen via John
Lennon, and a tidbit of Rush's YYZ to tease and Blitzkreig Bop).Dave is hilarious,
telling stories of Pantera, losing his wallet and letting some unknown guy in Kiss
makeup come up on stage and play guitar on Monkey Wrench. Freaking Foo
Fighters, Freaking Dave Grohl, Freaking Awesome! Sat in the lawn, it was crowded,
there was spiilover in the lawn next to the main concession area with a big screen tv,
which was cool. Come to Austin to visit, but please go back home. Traffic sucks.
Dave is in your face so lots of MF's come out of his mouth.
Liza McKeen from Sacramento, California
BEST CONCERT EVER!
They promised a 3 hour conceet, and they
gave Sacramento a rock n roll 3 hour tasting
of every favorite song loved for by all Come
back next year!
Manuel Serrano from New Braunfels, Texas
My and I traveled from Texas 8
hours on the road aND stood at
the concert for about 9 hours to
watch the show. This is my son'S
early birthday gift, and he was
totally choked up at the start of the
first song. They left me as an
instant fan and the show was
Ann Eddy from Birmingham, Alabama
FF BHAM AL
I've been attending shows for 40yrs
and this was among the BEST. THREE
hrs of great music and entertainment.
Dave is hilarious. Loved when he
brought Jeremy up from the audience
to play guitar on Big Me. Cannot WAIT
to see them again! ABSOLUTELY
Robert Sanders from Birmingham, Alabama
STELLAR PERFORMANCE - 3
Grohl apologized for a family emergency that had prevented him from performing in
Kentucky. But he is a gentleman about it for the most part, promising to even return
to Birmingham on future album tours. Shifflets (?) lead the charge and Smear's
affinity for hard and fast punk giving a different dynamic to Shifflets preachy lead
runs and Grohls twangy swang. Pricey tickets but the guy has an uncanny ability to
get his voice in better shape from screaming with enviable endurance. Good job
guys and God bless you on your way! Thanks Struts! That guitarist and bassist clearly
Robert Sanders from Birmingham, Alabama
STELLAR PERFORMANCE - 2
Once Grohl voice warmed up from shrieking was radio spot on. These guys really
need to do WKEXP sometime. Cohesion among the group was solid, the sound
shook our very bodies and he poured himself out on stage going so far as to break a
string in a duet with Peter Searcy. The opening act the Struts were not quite so much
my thing but they really warmed the crowd up with a saucy performance from an
Irish(?) frontman that led in the Spirit of the Foo's for feeling us out with crowd
interaction. The guitarist had some licks that, though familiar, still manage to come
out of left field. Of course, all vocals are hard to hear in the BJCC. Impactful but on
the muddy side. Perhaps highlight of the night was "Big Me", "The Pretender", and
"Learn to Fly". "Sunday Rain" I believe is a Hawkins song. But this guy has an inner
Ringo Starr in him because he pulled out all the stops on this tune. Masterful
technician of a drummer and had me mesermized and shaken in my seat at time.
Robert Sanders from Birmingham, Alabama
These guys cash their checks. They might be earning "money for nothing, and their
checks for free" but by golly they put their backs into it. Dave Grohl is livin the dream
and the other guys for the most part appear to have enough energy to enjoy
themselves well enough. Grohl can live or die by the audience. Or, he can live and
die with subtle cutting remarks to spank that rear to get motivated to ENJOY SOME
ROCK AND ROLL! Grohl voice was a bit shaky on the first few tunes; working his
energy up to absolutely lay it on our noses halfway into the set.
The first tunes were their newest hits and they actually were decent but Grohl
obliterated his timid audience into a state of euphoric bliss when the Foo's started
cranking out their slightly less recent material. These guys have had years to pound
these tunes out from radio drivel to moments of pure joy as he and the group chug
out an audience appreciation moment. Grohl can be so fun and clear this guy an
J.Kendall from Richmond, Virginia
FF DESTROY THE COLOSSEUM
This was my first time seeing the band after years of trying - my
family surprised me with the tickets. Right from the start, they
make it clear that we were in for event of a lifetime. After 3
songs in Dave welcomes us to the concert and commented that
"we were very fxxking loud", but this really was the start. They
took us on a discography tour from the start of the band right
thru to today's newest material. To say I was floored would be a
massive understatement. They played for a solid 3 hours with
out missing a beat - I was exhausted when I left there. I can't
wait to see them again - hopefully closer to my Maryland home.
Rock on Foo Fighters!
Eric from Whispering Pines , North Carolina
Finally got to the see the FF after years of hoping they’d come to NC. Let me tell you, this
band goes out of its way to ensure the fans get their money’s worth. Unbelievable show
that went for 3 solid hours. Absolute great performance that covered 22 years of songs
from this band. The venue was set up great for the concert and the folks in attendance
were great. No issues with anyone and everyone had a great time with absolutely no
drama. Great band, great crowd, great time!
Phillup Ondees from Knoxville, Tennessee
AWESOME MUSIC, TERRIBLE AUDIENCE
The Foo Fighters were great! The audience, however, seemed tired and stationary. It's a rock show people. If you wanted to stand motionless with your arms crossed then you should have went to a Kenny G show.
Mike Goodman from Neenah, Wisconsin
Best concert I have ever been too. Best band on the planet. Nobody out there can come close to Foo Fighters. Group is a God.
Fred V from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
SHOW AMAZING LEAVING SCARY
Show was amazing as always I have seen them several times. Very hot but breeze saved the night! Going that hard without a break in the heat was special! Good mix of old and new! Leaving everyone was funneled to a narrow exit and the crowds were way to big and way too crowded good thing the people were cool because it could have gotten ugly. Need more exits open next time and some lights.
Bill E. from Seattle, Washington
THEY WORK HARD
Great band and sprited musicians. Why do they compose such similar grind tunes? I
am getting old I guess. I like David Grohl and his friends. I wish them and their fans
Mike from Phoenix, Arizona
BAD SOUND ENGINEERING
Worst sound engineering ever. Part of the
time it was hard to identify the song until
they were a few bars into it. I love the FF,
their energy and effort. Really a shame.
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