12 June 2019 – American rock legends, Foo Fighters, will play two concerts in Croatia next week.
Foo Fighters will perform for the first time in Croatia at the famous Pula Arena on 18 & 19 June as part of their upcoming tour. Both dates have been sold out and today organisers issued some important information for those attending.
The Pula Arena will open on both days at 6 pm. Openers Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes will play from 8 pm, and the Foo Fighters will take to the stage at 9:15 pm.
Public with tickets for Parter and those in wheelchairs can access the venue only at entry gates marked A/B from Istarska street (lower side of Arena). Public with tickets for the stands and the standing area on the grass will only be able to enter at gates marked C/D on the corner of Scalierova street.
Foo Fighters management announced a list of things which will not be allowed into the concert, those are: professional cameras, video recorders (not including mobile phones) audio equipment, go pro cameras, iPads, selfie sticks, weapons, bottles, canisters of any type, lasers, food, drink, backpacks and bags bigger than 20x30cm.
There will be two zones set up at the venue where fans can buy the band’s merchandise and drinks. Organisers advise fans who have not managed to get tickets not to buy them via adverts or through any other channels as authenticity of the tickets can not be guaranteed.