New competition launched

Foo Fighters are giving fans the chance to win a live show in their garage next month.

Foo Fighters are now one of the biggest bands on the planet. Led by Dave Grohl, the band match a rock bite with a superb pop touch which has seen them play some truly epic live shows.

Later this year Foo Fighters are set to play two nights at the Milton Keynes Bowl, with tickets already sold out. Due to perform in front of countless thousand fans, the band will gear up for these shows with an unusual project.

Launched last week, Foo Fighters are offering fans the chance to win an exclusive live show in their garage. The band are planning to play seven shows on the tour, with each date having an audience of just 50 people.

There is a catch, though. Fans must live in or near New York, Denver, Chicago, Washington DC, Seattle, Minneapolis or Toronto to take part.

Entry is relatively simple. Fans need to write twenty five words on why they should host a show by Foo Fighters and submit their entry with a photograph of the garage, while one overall winner will grab a signed copy of new album 'Wasting Light'.

The blurb: "Enter now and you could win a private performance by Foo Fighters - in YOUR garage. If that's not enough - you also get to invite 50 of your closest friends and totally show off."

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Gearing up to release their new album 'Wasting Light' later this year, Foo Fighters have been causing mischief wherever they go. In a recent interview Dave Grohl took 'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy to task for recent rows with Slash and Kings Of Leon.

Arguing that bands have every right to refuse to let their music appear on the show, drummer Justin Hawkins closed the rant by saying simply: "f-ck that sh-t".



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