The Foo Fighters Surpass $1 Million in Ticket Sales at the Premier Center
Written by Tyler Kruid on November 28, 2017
Foo Fighters, Sioux Falls, SD – On Saturday November 11 the Foo Fighters took the stage of the Denny Sanford Premier Center for a sold-out crowd to open with a favorite, Everlong. The Foo Fighters threw a monkey wrench into what we commonly see for entertainment in the venue.
Moving through their set with an early classic Learn to Fly, there was no pretending when the Foo Fighters made the sky of the Premier Center into their neighborhood. The Foo Fighters were able to rope in $1 million in ticket sales, and I can only imagine they made it rain on Sunday.
Dave Grohl is not only one of my heroes when it comes to music, but on that night, I think he was everyone’s hero at the Premier Center. From a walk to a run, I am imagining the crowd was thinking, “I have been waiting all my life for this moment.” Like every day in Arlandria, it is times like these that Dave Grohl is the main attraction.
The music of the Foo Fighters will make you want to breakout, while remembering to not let life get the best of you. Through the music and the dirty water this is a call to the Foo Fighters, come back soon!
Note: Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to attend. This is my secondhand encounter of the Foo Fighters at the Denny Sanford Premier Center and I can only hope they come back soon!