CHICAGO — The 2018 summer concert schedule is already forming, with the Foo Fighters announcing they're playing Wrigley Field on July 29.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 10.
The North American tour is part of the "Concrete & Gold" world tour.
It's not the band's first trip to Wrigley. They played in the ballpark in 2015, with frontman Dave Grohl stopping by one of his favorite Chicago spots, Piece in Wicker Park, while in town.
🚨🚨Foo Fighters are coming BACK to Wrigley Field 7/29/18— Q101 ® (@Q101Chicago) October 23, 2017
Tickets on sale nov 10th 😳... https://t.co/1Q553sVz7F
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