English rock band Muse will stand in for Foo Fighters as the Sunday headliner for the final night of the Aftershock Festival this Fall.
“It’s been too long and we can’t wait to come back to Northern California and headline Aftershock on Sunday, October 9 in Sacramento,” Muse frontman Matt Bellamy said in a statement.
Foo Fighters canceled all their tour dates following the sudden death of the band’s long-time drummer Taylor Hawkins in March.
The hard-rock festival, also featuring KISS, Slipknot and My Chemical Romance as headliners, is scheduled to take place from October 6 to 9 at Discovery Park in Sacramento, California.
Spirited by the record-setting sold-out crowd of 145,000 in 2021, this year’s Aftershock Festival will be expanded to four days.
Tickets are available to purchase at https://aftershockfestival.com/.
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