|Oct 03, 2006||Sydney Opera House, Sydney|
|Oct 04, 2006||Sydney Opera House, Sydney|
|Oct 05, 2006||Sydney Opera House, Sydney|
Foo Fighters - Acoustic at Sydney Opera House
After selling out arena concerts across Australia last year, the Foo Fighters are returning down under for an extra special concert event.
In news that is sure to delight Foo Fighters fans, the band will perform acoustic concerts in the intimacy of the iconic Sydney Opera House this October 3 & 4.
Last time the band toured here they rocked loud and hard to rave reviews. This time around Australia will get a taste of the softer side of the Foo Fighters as they showcase material from the second acoustic disc of their latest album offering In Your Honor.
Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel and Chris Shiflett will be joined by former Foo Pat Smear on guitar, Petra Haden on violin, Rami Jaffee on keys, and Drew Hester on percussion. Timmy Curran will support.
In response to ticket scalping concerns, procedures will be put in place to ensure the best seats end up in the hands of Foos fans, not in the wallets of scalpers.
Tickets for the first ten rows of the Opera House will be limited to two tickets per person and will ONLY be available to purchase IN PERSON at the Sydney Opera House box office from 7:00am on Thursday 7 September.
Individuals lining up for tickets in the first ten rows will be required to supply a name for each ticket purchased. At the time of purchase names will be recorded and a corresponding ticket receipt issued. Physical tickets will only be available for collection the night of the concert. Photo ID will be required to match the name previously advised for each ticket and individuals will be wrist banded before entering their seats.
All remaining tickets will be limited to four tickets per person per show and will go on sale at 9:00am on Thursday 7 September via the Sydney Opera House (phone and box office only) and Ticketek (phone, outlets and internet).
Don’t miss out on seeing the Foos performing at Sydney Opera House this October.