LONDON (CelebrityAccess) — American rock band the Foo Fighters announced that they'd be taking part in the London O2's 10th-anniversary celebration with a show at the venue.
The September 19th show is part of a series commemorating the arena's 10th anniversary. Other artists who've performed as a part of the series include British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, and Canadian songstress Celine Dion.
The Foos Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins announced the show via a social media video, recalling a previous performance at the arena when they were joined by Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor.
Taylor took the opportunity to poke fun at himself, with Taylor admitting that when they performed lead vocals for a song, he 'shit the bed' and promising not to do so for the 10th-anniversary show.
The Foos are on the road in support of their ninth studio album "Concrete and Gold" which is due to be released on Sept. 14th, just four days before their O2 show. – Staff Writers