The Foo Fighters just announced they'll take the stage this Friday, Oct. 24 for a special show at the Black Cat in Washington, D.C. Last week, the band played a similar one-off concert in Chicago.

Friday's concert will celebrate the premiere of the second episode of 'Sonic Highways,' the eight-part documentary series directed by Dave Grohl that uncovers the music and culture of different cities across the country.

This week's episode, which features Washington, D.C. -- also Grohl's hometown -- will be screened live at the concert, before the Foo Fighters take the stage. Road trippers beware: Fans will only be able to purchase tickets in person at the Black Cat, starting at 6PM ET today (Oct. 21).

At last week's concert, which took place at the Cubby Bear, the Foos announced they would open their 2015 tour with their first-ever U.S. headlining stadium show, on Aug. 29 at Wrigley Field. Tickets for that show go on sale Monday, October 27 at 10AM CT. (Fans can also sign up for the presale here.)

Foo Fighters Concert at Wrigley Field
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The Foo Fighters' new album, also called 'Sonic Highways' -- which includes their new single 'Something From Nothing' -- comes out Nov. 10.

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