We already have our first glimpse at Wrigley Field's 2018 summer concert schedule.
The Foo Fighters will be returning to perform at the ballpark next year, the band announced Monday. Dave Grohl and company will take the stage at the Friendly Confines on Sunday, July 29, as part of their "Concrete and Gold" world tour that kicked off on Oct. 12.
Tickets are scheduled to go on sale at 10 a.m. on Nov. 10, according to the Cubs' website, with an exclusive presale for Capital One cardholders on Nov. 6.
This will be the band's second performance at Wrigley, after selling out the ballpark during the 2015 "Sonic Highways" tour.
The Foo Fighters' Chicago show is the first to be announced as part of Wrigley Field's 2018 summer concert schedule. Last year, the ballpark hosted a record number of performances, beginning with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in June.
Other headliners included Dead & Company, James Taylor, Billy Joel, Florida Georgia Line, Green Day, Lady Gaga and Zac Brown Band - marking an all-time high of 10 concerts since Jimmy Buffett (who also returned in 2017) played Wrigley Field's first show in 2005.