There aren't many people that haven't heard of the Foo Fighters today, and rightfully so. The American rock band formed in a little place known as Seattle, Washington, back in 1994. From then until now, the group has created album after album with hit songs. Some of the most notable albums include but are not limited to...
- Wasting Light
- Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
- There Is Nothing Left To Lose
- Foo Fighters
- And In Your Honor
You have come to the right place if you wish to reveal how much of a fan you truly are. Why? Well, we have numerous posters available, which commemorate concerts of the Foo Fighters. They can prove to be perfect for decorating the walls of an office, bedroom, den, living room, man/woman cave, or somewhere else. So, stay put and read on to learn more about these concert posters.
Foo Fighters – 2011 NIXON
This poster was created for the band's 2011 performance at the Metro in Chicago, Illinois. Only 800 were printed at the time, and this one is hand-numbered. It features a rather simplistic design with four levels of a stretched limo going from left to right on and off the page. Then, the rear-end of the car finally appears on the fifth level. The work also includes the band's name, venue, date, and more at the bottom. Meanwhile, the backdrop is purple, the limo is white, and the printing is green. This unit is sure to brighten up any room and make it pop.
Foo Fighters – 2018 Todd Slater
While not quite as colorful as the gig poster mentioned above, this one has a unique style all its own. There is a large buffalo head standing in the foreground. Then, an eagle is flying in the backdrop. Additionally, spears are surrounding the animals at the bottom and top of the piece. Only 100 of the concert posters were printed. This one is an AP edition that is signed and numbered by the artist. It is 18×24-inches and was made for the group's 2018 show in Seattle, Washington, at Safeco Field.