Finally! After weeks of teasing us with international dates and a Fourth of July celebration, the Foo Fighters have revealed their full touring plans for 2015. And boy, is it a doozy. The three-season-spanning schedule will kick off with their July 4 show at RFK stadium, an appropriate send-off as the band will then blast through the East Coast, Canada, Midwest, East Coast and South. Notable stops include a two-night stint at Fenway Park in Boston on July 18 & 19 (the only city with two consecutive shows), Wrigley Field in Chicago (which was previously announced and is already sold-out), and a show in Los Angeles at The Forum on September 21. The North American leg of the tour wraps up on September 7 at the FedExForum in Memphis.

Presale starts this Saturday, November 21 at 10am. In a ballsy effort to prevent scalping, tickets will be available at box offices only. As in, you have to go out to your local box office and lineup (from 9am-3pm) and purchase tickets from a real live person. Public onsale will begin December 4 & 5 and will be available online at that time. Royal Blood and Mission of Burma will act as support for varying dates.

Foo Fighters Sonic Highways Tour Dates

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Plaines D'Abraham Quebec, Canada
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Columbia, MD
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Camden, NJ
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Plaines D'Abraham Quebec, Canada
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Lebreton Flats Ottawa, Canada
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Rogers Centre Toronto, Canada
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Wantagh, NY
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New York, NY
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New York, NY
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Pittsburgh, PA
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Boston, MA
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Boston, MA
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Cuyahoga Falls, OH
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Noblesville, IN
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Chicago, IL
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Chicago, IL
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Seattle, WA
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Rogers Place Edmonton, Canada
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Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary, Canada
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Rogers Arena Vancouver, Canada
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Portland, OR
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San Jose, CA
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Del Mar, CA
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San Bernardino, CA
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San Bernardino, CA
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Phoenix, AZ
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Denver, CO
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Kansas City, MO
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Saint Louis, MO
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Detroit, MI
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Milwaukee, WI
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Saint Paul, MN

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