Fenway Park | Boston, Massachusetts
On Sunday, July 21, 2024, the rock band Foo Fighters will play Fenway Park. The band's upcoming, Everything or Nothing at All Tour 2024, will be in support of their 2023 album, But Here We Are. On certain dates, they will be joined by special guests the Pretenders and the Hives, while Mammoth WVH, Alex G, Amyl and the Sniffers, and L7 will help out at some venues. Get your tickets today to see the Foo Fighters, The Hives & Amyl and The Sniffers perform at Fenway Park!
“‘But Here We Are’ is a beautiful, noisy celebration of brotherhood and a stark, painful exploration of loss. It is messy, gut-wrenching, ambitious and gorgeous, as the remaining members of Foo Fighters push themselves to their limits and beyond. Through it all, ‘But Here We Are’ is an undeniable reminder of the healing, unifying power of music.”
The Foo Fighters have returned for their most extensive tour since the release of their eleventh album. Claiming to be a "new band moving forward," the band will be performing at festivals, arenas, and stadiums this year. Additionally, they have announced that Josh Freese will officially join them as their new tour drummer.
After two heartbreaking losses, the band rises with their eleventh studio album, But Here We Are. Both Dave Grohl's mother, Virginia, and the band's cherished drummer, Taylor Hawkins, died unexpectedly in 2022. Taylor's death occurred in March of that year, while the band was on tour. This album is a tribute to the two people who have always been there for Dave and the rest of the band.
Greg Kurstin co-produced the album with the band, and it was released on June 2, 2023. Without Hawkins, lead vocalist and lyricist Dave Grohl performed and recorded every drum track on the album. "Rescued," "Under You," "Show Me How," and "The Teacher" are the four singles that preceded the album.
Foo Fighters are one of the most successful rock groups in Grammy history, with fifteen wins, five of which were for Best Rock Album. The group won the inaugural "Global Icon" trophy at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards in 2021. In that same year, for the first time they were eligible for induction, they were welcomed into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Rock band The Hives from Sweden first graced a stage, way back in 1993. By the time the garage rock revival began in the early 2000s, they had already achieved widespread fame in Sweden. They are easily identifiable in their trademark black-and-white tuxedos, and reviews often place them among the best live rock bands of the last 20 years.
The Death of Randy Fitzsimmons, the band's sixth studio album, was released in August 2023. It is the longest gap between two Hives albums at the time, spanning over eleven years, since Lex Hives (2012). Reviews for the album range from "a breathless exercise in how rock music should be played" in The Skinny to "a collection of 12 high-energy punk-ish songs reminiscent of their best work from the early 2000s" in Rolling Stone. It's wild, entertaining, and bursting at the seams with the wit that has been the Hives' signature.