One New Zealand Warriors Memberships
- Apollo Projects Stadium
- Sunday 18 February 2024
'Foo Fighters have recaptured their very essence’ – ★★★★ The Guardian
‘These seasoned music pros have honed their craft to something nearing, if not perfection, certainly supremacy in their field’ – ★★★★ NME
‘Memorable and meaningful... the entire concert felt like a catharsis for the band... Prepare for a visceral performance with the purpose of release as Foo Fighters continue to edge down their new path’ – USA Today
Currently in the midst of a massive series of dates in support of their rapturously received new album But Here We Are, 15-time GRAMMY® winners Foo Fighters continue to conquer stages from packed arenas to triumphant appearances at festivals including Glastonbury, Outside Lands, Bonnaroo, Fuji Rock, and beyond. Fans have revelled in the band’s hours-long rock and roll communion, as the band continues to deliver the kind of setlists that have fuelled its rise is current status as one of the biggest draws on the worldwide stadium circuits.
American alternative icons The Breeders will provide support for the Foo Fighters. The Breeders current line-up – the same as the band’s classic Last Splash era – includes bassist/vocalist Kim Deal and twin sister guitarist Kelley Deal, bassist Josephine Wiggs and drummer Jim MacPherson. From their breakthrough success in 1993 through to now, the band has remained one of the most influential and enduring acts of the '90s alternative rock explosion.
Also joining Foo Fighters and The Breeders is Auckland outfit Dick Move. An essential party-punk voice for working people, the five-piece are notorious for their pumping live shows, their blink-and-you’ll-miss-it punk anthems can be heard on latest album Chop.
With special guests The Breeders and Dick Move
Presented by Frontier Touring, American Express, and The Rock
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Expect heavy traffic, if you require parking at the Stadium, it can be pre-purchased. Entry is via Wrights Road only.
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Always allow more time than you expect to get to and from the venue – aiming to arrive at least 45 minutes before the event. To see if there is a Traffic Management Plan in place for an event, visit www.tfc.govt.nz
Traffic congestion can be heavy, particularly during peak times and when there are other events taking place in the precinct. Parking is very limited in and around the stadium, and off-street parking is often also restricted.
Mobility Parking is available onsite via the Wrights Road entry. Vehicles must have a valid and appropriate Mobility Pass visible.
View a map of our parking zones here