This week thousands of rock fans will be heading to London Stadium as they prepare to see the iconic Foo Fighters live on stage. 

Currently on the road with their Everything Or Nothing At All Tour, the group, fronted by Dave Grohl is visiting five cities in the UK in June.

With two shows at London Stadium, the Foo Fighters are likely to play their biggest hits including 'Everlong', 'My Hero' and 'Best of You' to name a few. 

If you were lucky enough to get tickets to see the band, here are some important details to know from door times, support act and more.

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When are the Foo Fighters in London?

The Foo Fighters will be performing at London Stadium for two shows, the first on Thursday, June 20 followed by the second on Saturday, June 22. 

What time do doors open for the Foo Fighters in London?

If you're eager to get down to the Foo Fighters earlier, the doors will be opening at 3pm for both shows and the show is set to be over before 11pm. 

However, it's important to note the timings are subject to change. 

Who are the support acts for the Foo Fighters in London?

The 'Learn To Fly' band will be supported by two acts on each night of their London dates. 

On June 20, Foo Fighters will be supported by Wet Leg and Shame.

On June 22, the group will be joined by Courtney Barnett and Hot Milk. 

What is the seating plan for London Stadium?

If you're wondering how good your view will be off the stage, then you are in luck as we have the seating map. 

To see the full seating plan and map of the stage, head to this website via this link. 

Can you still get tickets to the Foo Fighters in London?

If you're still on the hunt for tickets to see the Foo Fighters, you are in luck as there are still some available, at the time of writing.

Resale tickets on Ticketmaster start at £95.59 each and rise to £343.85 for official platinum tickets.