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Foo Fighters at Emirates Old Trafford - stage times, support acts, setlist and how to get there

The Foo Fighters make their eagerly anticipated return to Manchester this week to kick off a series of summer stadium shows across the UK. The band head here on the Everything or Nothing at All UK Tour, fresh from a slew of acclaimed gigs in the States.

In what are set to be some seriously monumental shows, the band play two nights at the Emirates Old Trafford Stadium on June 13 and 15 before heading on to Glasgow, London, Cardiff and Birmingham.

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Fans who have seen Dave Grohl and co in action know exactly what to expecct from these shows - at their last outing here in Manchester our reviewer hailed it "a crowd pleasing riot of a greatest hits set".

This summer’s dates also mark Foo Fighters’ most extensive UK trek since the release of their unanimously acclaimed 11th album, But Here We Are. It smashed into the UK charts at number one — the sixth Foo Fighters album to do so — while generating some of the most positive critical notes of the band’s career.

We can also expect tender moments too at these shows, as the band pay tribute to their much-loved drummer Taylor Hawkins who died in March 2022. At previous gigs the song Aurora has been played in tribute to the much-missed musician.

Here we take a look at some of the other details of the gigs if you're heading along to the Manchester shows this week.

There will be different support acts at the two Manchester gigs.

On Thursday, June 13, fans will be able to see Manchester's Loose Articles start the party at Old Trafford before Brit Award and Grammy Award winning band Wet Leg take to the stage.

On the Saturday, June 15 gig, fans will be treated to Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett and South