Foo Fighters are having fun with their tour requirements again, this time posting a list of prohibited items at their shows that features some decidedly suspect inclusions. While sensible things like glass containers and weapons make the list, also barred from the Foos' shows are such items as any pencils that aren't Number Two, issues of Cream magazine that do not mention Ted Nugent, derogatory press clippings about Shania Twain and more such nonsense.
- Leg warmers, "unflattering photos" of Ryan Seacrest and almond milk also make the list, the latter being the strangest since Foos leader Dave Grohl enjoys the stuff.
- On a 2015 North American tour, the group banned eight random items, including Frisbees, copies of Boy's Life magazine, uncured meats, weapons that may have been used on the show Vikings, selfie sticks, drones and wallet chains.
- The Foos are known for the weirdly hilarious tour riders put together by road manager Gus Brandt, who famously designed a 2011 rider to look like a children's activity book, complete with coloring book pages, drawings of all the Foos, a word hunt for "catering don'ts," a maze to get guitarist Chris Shiflett to the catering area, a "which of these items belongs in a salad?" puzzle and more.
- Foo Fighters will perform at the Brit Awards in London on February 21st before heading to South America for a short tour.
- After that, the Foos kick off a new North American run on April 18th in Austin, Texas, with dates throughout the spring, summer and fall.
Story source: Consequence Of Sound
CHECK IT OUT: Here's a photo of the "prohibited items" list from a Foos show in Auckland, New Zealand: