The Foo Fighters announced this morning that they are officially canceling their 2020 van tour, which includes the Albuquerque and Phoenix date. Fans who were hoping to see the Foo Fighters 25th-anniversary van tour are going to be sadly disappointed. The band announced this morning that the dates for this tour were going to be indefinitely postponed. The ten-city van tour was going to commemorate the Fighters of Foo first outing as a group in support of their 1995 self-titled debut album. The band was even going to head out on the tour in the same van, reliving some of the golden moments they had when people didn't even know who the Foo Fighters were.

The band released a statement earlier this morning on their social media outlets, announcing that there officially quashing any plans to head out on their van tour:

"Foo Fighters have canceled the Van Tour 2020. All shows listed below will be automatically refunded. For further information, please visit your point of purchase. We look forward to seeing you all as soon as it is safe to do so."

The van tour was going to stop in the same ten cities where they originally performed at back in 1995 including:

  • Hamilton
  • Ontario
  • Cleveland
  • Detroit
  • Grand Rapids
  • Knoxville
  • Cincinnati
  • Green Bay
  • Wichita
  • Oklahoma City
  • Albuquerque
  • Phoenix

You can read the band's entire statement below. While fans were disappointed, many agreed and supported the band's decision to cancel the tour. We are in a pandemic you know. The good news is that the band has been working on new music during all the down-time the band has during the pandemic. So at least there's that we Foo Fighters fans can look forward too.

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