The American rock band was formed by former Nirvana members Dave Grohl and Pat Smear in 1994.   The last time Foo Fighters performed in Rock in Rio, in 2001, they gave an infectious performance, including the celebration of vocalist Dave Grohl's birthday on stage. Their show was considered the best of that edition by many critics. Now the audience will be able to enjoy the group doing songs from its latest album, but also playing their main hits. "Concrete and Gold" is Foo Fighters' night studio album. It reached the stores and digital platforms in September 2018. 


The American rock band is named as a reference to the expression "foo fighter", used by World War II aviator to describe mysterious aerial phenomena, considered UFOs (unidentified flying objects). The acclaimed band has 97 award nominations Four of their nine studio albums – "There is Nothing Left to Lose", "One by One", "Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace" and "Wasting Light" – received a Grammy for Best Rock Album. Foo Fighters won the Best International Band award in three editions of the Brit Awards - 2012, 2015 and 2018. Apart from Dave Grohl (vocal) and Pat Smear (rhythm guitar), the band is currently formed by Chris Shiflett on guitar, Taylor Hawkins on drums, Nate Mendel on bass and Rami Jaffee on keyboards.