Foo Fighters’ Fabulous Fall Plans

The Foo Fighters aren’t wasting any time showing off the band’s latest album. Another round of North American dates has been added to the group’s fall calendar.

Wasting Light was released in April on RCA Records. The band’s seventh studio album was produced by record producer/ Garbage drummer Butch Vig and features performances from former Hüsker Dü singer/guitarist Bob Mould and former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic.

The new North American shows begin Oct. 9 with a gig at Denver’s Pepsi Center. October dates are booked through an Oct. 28 performance in Edmonton, Alberta, at Rexall Place, followed by a Nov. 14 show in Newark, N.J., at Prudential Center.

Dave Grohl and co. will also be stopping by Salt Lake City’s Maverik Center (Oct. 11); Inglewood, Calif., at The Forum (Oct. 13); Phoenix’s US Airways Center (Oct. 16); San Diego’s Viejas Arena (Oct. 17); Oakland, Calif., at Oracle Arena (Oct. 19) and Sacramento, Calif., at Power Balance Pavilion (Oct. 20).

Additional Canadian dates include Vancouver’s Roger Arena (Oct. 25) and Calgary, Alberta, at Scotiabank Saddledome (Oct. 27).

On Wednesday Foo Fighters play at Fiera De Milano in Milan, Italy. European shows are scheduled through a July 11 slot at at London’s Roundhouse. Another European run is set for Aug. 18-26.

After rocking at Chicago’s Grant Park Aug. 7, the band has two Canadian gigs set Aug. 9-10. Previously announced fall U.S. shows are scheduled Sept. 14-26.

Pre-sale tickets for the new fall dates go on sale beginning Wednesday, June 15 at 10 a.m. local time. All shows go on sale to the general public Friday, June 17. The October dates feature Cage The Elephant and Mariachi El Bronx as special guests.

For more information, click here for the Foo Fighters’ website.