Heart and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts are part of the lineup of a blow-out, day-long, all-star stadium concert headlined by the Foo Fighters that will take place next July 4 at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. The show, which will commemorate the Foos' 20th anniversary, is tied in with the modern rockers' current HBO documentary series, Sonic Highways.
All of the artists on the concert's bill are featured in Sonic Highways, with each act representing one of the eight cities saluted in the show. Other performers include blues legend Buddy Guy, Gary Clark Jr., LL Cool J featuring DJ Z-Trip, Trouble Funk and Trombone Shorty. An ad for the show also promises "Fireworks!! Motorcycle rally! BBQ!!"
In true democratic fashion, there will be neither be a ticket pre-sale nor reserved seating. It's all general admission, with tickets going on sale this Saturday morning at 10:00 ET. Tickets are $78 a pop. RFK Stadium seats 46,000 people for an NFL game, so figure capacity at well over 50,000 for the concert.
Sonic Highways, the HBO series, hits the halfway point this Friday night with an episode filmed in Austin, Texas. The eighth and final episode airs December 5. The Sonic Highways album, which features songs recorded in each city the Foo Fighters visited for the TV show, drops this Monday, November 10.
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