The legendary rock group Foo Fighters will perform in Croatia next summer for the first time. The exclusive concert in the Pula Arena will be held on June 19 next year, and only 7 000 tickets will be available. By performing the concert in Pula, Foo Fighters will start their European tour.
Foo Fighters is led by Dave Grohl, former drummer of grunge legends Nirvana. He founded the band in 1994, following the suicide of Nirvana’s singer and guitar player, Kurt Cobain.
Krist Novoselić, former Nirvana bass player, was delighted by the news that Foo Fighters will play in Croatia. On his Twitter profile, using Croatian language he published: “Ovi divljaci dolazu u Hrvatsku. Majka bože!!!”, which translated in English means: “These wild beasts will come to Croatia. Mother of God!!!”
Many Croatian fans were delighted by Krist’s tweet, and they invited him to visit Pula – at least for a holiday, if not for a stage performance.