Foo Fighters Announce Cal Jam '18

Nov 13, 2017 Tagged: Foo Fighters

Are you ready to rock out again? After a hugely successful inaugural event, the biggest rock band of 2017 has confirmed that they will once again headline and curate the eagerly anticipated second incarnation of the rock ‘n roll marathon, known as CalJam. Hailed as "a celebration of music and life,” CalJam ’17 reminded us why we come to music festivals in the first place.

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The original one-day rock lover’s paradise, which originally formed in 1974, came back to life over forty years later thanks to the Foo Fighters. The event brought a deep connection amongst artists and their fans as the rockers decided to revive the old school festival to celebrate the release of their new album Concrete and Gold. Foo Fighters brought along friends and past collaborators to join in on all the fun and excitement. In addition to the Foos headlining CalJam ’17, Queens of The Stone Age, Liam Gallagher, Cage The Elephant and other promising acts put on their own memorable sets throughout the day.

Foo Fighters had performed a two-hour plus towering set where they collaborated with Alison Mosshart, Liam Gallagher, Dave Koz, and Rick Astley on both covers and originals throughout the night. They also teamed up with Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, who played at the 1978 CalJam. He joined Foos on stage to perform “Draw the Line,” a song off Aerosmith’s 1977 album of the same name.

Promoted by Live Nation, CalJam '18 will take place October 5 and 6, 2018, returning to Glen Helen Regional Park & Festival Grounds for another Friday night camping party followed by another Saturday 12-hour rock extravaganza. The announcement of CalJam18 will be cause for celebration for the true rock believers who continue to share their CalJam17 memories at Caljamfest.com.

To sign up for line-up info and early bird ticket sales, visit their official website.

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