Foo Fighters to Play Two Shows at Park MGM On Vegas Strip

Tickets to the shows go on sale on September 10

By  Jason R. Latham | Las Vegas, NV | Park MGM

Heck yeah, Foo Fighters are coming back to Vegas.

The band, which is set to enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (in their first year of eligibility!) next month, will perform December 2 and 4 at Park Theater inside Park MGM. The shows mark Foo Fighters’ first appearance at Park Theater (wouldn’t it be nice to get them a residency there?) and their first show in Las Vegas since 2019’s Intersect Music Festival.

For more residency information at Park Theater (now the Dolby Theater) visit our News section.

Tickets to the shows go on sale September 10 and start at $99.50. All attendees must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, or proof of a negative FDA-authorized COVID test taken within 48 hours of the show. Everyone will have to wear a mask, too.


For those curious, the Vegas trip is billed as straight up Foo Fighters shows, not their alternate personas, the Dee Gees, which released a glorious compilation album featuring five Bee Gees covers for Record Store Day back in July. That album, Hail Satin, also includes live versions of tracks from the band’s tenth studio album, Medicine at Midnight, which dropped in February.

Dee Gees – Photo Credit: Magdalena Wosinska

However, if you scroll through recent Foo Fighters set lists (I prefer setlist.fm), you’ll see that their Dee Gees covers of “You Should Be Dancing” and “More Than a Woman” have made it into the lineup. That’s cool, but please know, Dave Grohl, that some of us want to hear “Shadow Dancing.”

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