If you missed your shot at tickets to Foo Fighters' August 29 show at Wrigley Field—likely, since it sold out in 20 minutes last fall—today's your lucky day. The band has announced a new wave of reserved and general admission tickets on sale at 4 p.m. via cubs.com/foo. Tickets are $75, and there's a two-per-person limit (any funny business will result in a cancelation of the sale, per a release).

The show is the Foos' first-ever U.S. stadium headliner, and to honor the occasion they'll play with Chicago locals Cheap Trick, Urge Overkill, and Naked Raygun (the latter of whom Dave Grohl saw at Cubby Bear in 1983 at his first rock show). No word on whether Grohl has recovered from the 12-foot stage fall that hobbled him in June, but if fans don't get a fully upright front man at Wrigley, they can at least hope to see his take on the Iron Throne:


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