Foo Fighters Announced Among Super Bowl Weekend Performers

artist: foo fighters date: 12/23/2013 category: upcoming tours
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Foo Fighters Announced Among Super Bowl Weekend Performers
Foo Fighters, the Roots and Imagine Dragons were officially announced among performers of Bud Light Hotel's Super Bowl weekend, scheduled to take place in a cruise ship docked on the Hudson River. As Rolling Stone reports, the Foos will hit the stage on February 1, a day before the big match, alongside Zac Brown Band. The entire event will kick off on January 30 with the Roots paying tribute to NY hip-hop alongside Run-DMC, Busta Rhymes and more. Imagine Dragons will perform on January 31, whereas the festivity will be closed with a pre-Super Bowl concert headlined by Fall Out Boy and country star Jake Owen. As for other Super Bowl-related events, Red Hot Chili Peppers are set to headline WFAN's pre-Super Bowl bash. Finally, the big halftime show will be headlined by Bruno Mars. Back to the Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl and co. are currently busy working on a new album. According to the latest reports, the record has "a bigger theme" to it and will be done in an unprecedented manner. "There's a bigger theme to the record than any other Foo Fighters record," Grohl told Sopitas. "Not a musical, and it's not an opera, but there's a reason why we're making it this way. No one's ever done it."
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