The Foo Fighters are streaming a live concert on Facebook

Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl in concert

Still a hardcore Foo Fighters fan? You’ll want to swing by Facebook in a couple of days, then. The band is premiering both new music and a new documentary series by streaming a live Chicago concert through HBO’s Facebook page on October 17th. You’ll see the first episode of the Fighters’ TV show (Sonic Highways) at 11PM Eastern, and the rock group will take to the stage about an hour later. Just don’t expect to have unfettered access, especially if you’re late to the party — this is HBO, after all. Only American fans can watch live, and access to the replay will be limited to “certain HBO platforms.” If you have the lyrics to “Everlong” permanently etched in your brain, however, you now have a good excuse to stay on your computer well past your bedtime.

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