UPDATE: The show has of course now happened. You can find download links for the video via our social media channels.
Foo Fighters continue their 2023 tour this evening (June 2nd) with a third appearance at Germany's Rock Am Ring Festival. Taking place within the grounds of the famous Nürburgring racing circuit the band are set to play only their fifth show of the year, and the first outside of the United States.
The band previously played the festival in 2015 and 2018 and on both occasions the set was broadcast live, either via traditional TV and radio broadcasts or on online stream. The 2018 appearance and online stream is well-known to fans - Dave Grohl lost his voice due to sickness which made for a pretty different Foo Fighters performance.
It meant a rather unique show which saw Taylor and Chris step up their vocal duties to help out Dave, his vocals becoming increasingly hoarse as the set progressed. One touching moment came when Taylor jumped in to sing the lead vocals for 'Times Like These', despite not knowing all of the words.
This years festival will thankfully also be available to fans with local broadcaster RTL+ partnering with the festival to bring fans a live online stream of the entire event.
What time is the show?
The band take to the Utopia stage at approximately 10:45PM local time in Germany. To find out how this translates to your timezone we've created a handy event page on TimeAndDate.com.
As for where you can watch the stream, it depends on your location.
How to watch in Germany, Switzerland or Austria
If you live in one of these countries you can watch the stream directly via the RTL+ website. Click here to head to the stream.
You can watch the show for free with no subscription to RTL+ required, nor is any login required at all. This stream will also work outside of these countries but you may prefer a more convenient method with regards to casting to your TV or other devices.
How to watch in the rest of the world
For everyone else you can stream the show for free via the RTL+ Youtube channel. Watch below or click through to the page on Youtube, where you can also set a reminder to make sure you don't forget! The stream will start around 15 minutes prior to the band hitting the stage.
The performance will last for approximately two hours and is likely to follow a roughly similar setlist to the last few shows. We may however also see the live debut of further songs from 'But Here We Are', as today is the worldwide release day for the album.
Foo Fighters will also be playing the sister festival, Rock Im Park, on June 4th. Sadly that performance will not be broadcast but stay tuned to our website, follow us on Twitter and Instagram for more news of future Foo Fighters live show broadcasts and a whole lot more.