Foals at Panorama FestivalFoals at Panorama Festival – photograph by Steven Ward

Foals have introduced tour dates with a Los Angeles live performance at the Hollywood Palladium on Nov. 16, 2022. The band is on the street to advertise Life Is Yours, Foals’ extremely anticipated seventh studio album, which will likely be launched on Friday, June 17. Additional Foals tour dates embody the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas on Oct. 28, Fox Theatre in Oakland on Nov. 15, and plenty of extra tour dates. See the total checklist of Foals tour dates under. 


Get Tickets to Foals at Hollywood Palladium 

Tickets to Foals at Hollywood Palladium will go on sale to most of the people on Friday, June 17 at 10am. There is Live Nation presale occurring on June 14 at 10 am. Fans can entry the presale through the use of the next ticket hyperlink and password: DAZZLE.



Foals simply completed a UK headline tour that included a sold-out 4-night time run at London’s Olympia, promoting over 90,000 tickets, they usually’ll be acting on Glastonbury’s Other Stage on Friday, June 24. Foals’ seventh studio album, Life Is Yours, will likely be launched on Friday, June 17 by way of ADA/ Warner UK Ltd. To rejoice the album launch, Foals have shared their new music “Crest of the Wave.” Stream it under.

Frontman Yannis Philippakis says of the music: “A portion of ‘Crest of the Wave’ existed in 2011, we had demoed it in Australia and just left it for years. But it was one of those songs which had always been at the back of our minds, like there was some unfinished business there. As we were playing around with it with some of the themes on this record, we cracked it open and really revelled in adding lots of layers to it in the studio. I was looking at the power of the lyrics to transport myself and the listener somewhere else. It’s set in St Lucia which is an island that has always visually struck me as being very powerful.”

Oct 28 – Las Vegas, NV at Brooklyn Bowl

Oct 29 – San Diego, CA at SOMA 

Oct 30 – Phoenix, AZ at The Van Buren

Nov 1 – Austin, TX at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

Nov three – Houston, TX at White Oak Music Hall

Nov four – Fort Worth, TX at Tannahill’s Tavern & Music Hall

Nov 7 – Denver, CO at Mission Ballroom 

Nov eight – Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex

Nov 11 – Vancouver, BC at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Nov 12 – Seattle, WA at Showbox SoDo

Nov 13 – Portland, OR at Roseland Theater

Nov 15 – Oakland, CA at Fox Theater

Nov 16 – Los Angeles, CA at Hollywood Palladium

Nov 19 – Mexico City, MX at Corona Capital (Festival Date)

Dec 1 – Minneapolis, MN at The Fillmore Minneapolis

Dec 2 – Chicago, IL at The Vic Theatre

Dec 6 – Atlanta, GA at The Eastern

Dec 7 – Nashville, TN at Marathon Music Works 

Dec 9 – Columbus, OH at KEMBA Live! 

Dec 10 – Toronto, ON at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Dec 11 – Cleveland, OH at Agora Theater & Ballroom

Dec 13 – Washington DC at The Anthem

Dec 14 – Philadelphia, PA at Franklin Music Hall

Dec 16 – New York, NY at Terminal 5

Dec 17 – Boston, MA at Roadrunner

Dec 18 – Portland, ME at State Theatre2