The Foo Fighters confirm the cancellation of all their concerts in the world

They have already canceled their visit to all of Latin America, but on the afternoon of Tuesday the 29th, they announced that all of the following tour dates will not continue.

“It is with great sadness that the Foo Fighters confirm that all upcoming tour dates have been canceled in light of the loss of our brother Taylor Hawkins,” they said on social media and on their official website.

In the networks, fans shared, in addition to the pain of the loss, their concern for the future of the band. Many speculate that this is the end.

“We are sorry and share the disappointment that we won’t see each other as planned. Instead, let’s use this time to grieve, heal, connect with our loved ones, and appreciate all the music and memories we’ve created together.”

All messages before publication were in support of the group’s decision, condolences and strengths.

Among the upcoming dates, there were 10 concerts in Canada in September, six in Australia and New Zealand in November and December, and in May in Columbia, United States; and in August in Minneapolis; And in the UK, in Manchester, Birmingham and London in June and July this year.

FF’s last concert as it was known was Lollapalooza Chile 2022. Hawkins has been with the band since 1997.

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