Foo Fighters have a busy summer ahead. Along with tons of festival appearances and headlining gigs in place, the band are preparing for the release of their 11th studio album, But Here We Are. While the new record features Dave Grohl behind the drum kit, Josh Freese will take up the position for their live shows, which was revealed during their recent Veeps livestream. Tonight, Foo Fighters kicked off their first U.S. headline show of the year in Gilford, New Hampshire, where they performed fan favorites (“Learn to Fly,” “Best of You,” “Monkey Wrench”) as well as several live debuts from their upcoming record (“But Here We Are,” “Rescued,” "Under You," "Nothing At All").

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See the complete setlist from their tour kickoff below via

Foo Fighters’ May 24, 2023 setlist

(Live debut)
"No Son of Mine"
(with Black Sabbath’s “ Paranoid” riff in the middle)
"Learn to Fly"
"Times Like These"
(Dave solo into full band)
"Under You"
(Live debut)
"The Pretender"
"But Here We Are"
(Live debut)
"The Sky Is a Neighborhood"
"My Hero"
(Dave solo into full band)
"This Is a Call"
"All My Life"
"Nothing at All"
(Live debut)
"Shame Shame"
(with Violet Grohl on vocals)
"These Days"
"Cold Day in the Sun"
(Dave Grohl on vocals; solo acoustic)
"Monkey Wrench"
"Best of You"