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Foo Fighters’ CalJam festival is back again and the line-up is massive
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Foo Fighters are bringing their CalJam festival back for another year and, today (May 14), they have announced who will join them there.

The band revived the old Californian festival last year, where they were joined by the likes of Liam Gallagher, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Wolf Alice.

The Dave Grohl-led group will once again headline the two-day event, which will also see performances from Tenacious D, Garbage, Billy Idol, Manchester Orchestra, and more. Iggy Pop will also bring his Post Pop Depression show to the festival, featuring Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme, Dean Fertita, and Troy Van Leeuwen, and Arctic Monkeys‘ Matt Helders.

CalJam 2018 will take place between October 5 and 6 at San Bernadino’s Glen Helen Regional Park. Tickets go on sale at 10am PST on May 17 and can be purchased here.

The full CalJam 2018 line-up is as follows:

October 5:

Billy Idol Bridget Everett Mexrissey

October 6:

Foo Fighters Iggy Pop with Post Pop Depression Tenacious D Garbage Greta Van Fleet Silversun Pickups Manchester Orchestra The Front Bottoms Black Mountain Deer Tick Gang Of Youths Slaves Giants In The Trees Metz Yungblud Thunderpussy Anna Von Hausswolff Fea Kingfish

Meanwhile, Grohl recently teamed up with his 12-year-old daughter Violet to cover Adele‘s ‘When We Were Young’. The duo performed the duet as the rock icon headlined a benefit concert for the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in San Francisco.

Foo Fighters will return to the UK this summer for stadium shows in Manchester and London. Remaining tickets are available for purchase here. They will be supported by the likes of Wolf Alice and Slaves at the gigs.

14/05/2018 20:32:18
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