The Foo Fighters announced they will perform a private, one-night only concert in Washington, D.C., next month to support the nonprofit Power to the Patients and their push for greater healthcare transparency.

The Grammy Award-winning rock band announced Tuesday that it will perform before an audience of lawmakers, government officials and industry stakeholders on March 5 to raise awareness about price transparency.

The band, which is preparing for its global, 20-show Everything or Nothing at All Tour, said in a statement that joining the push for greater transparency in healthcare was an easy decision.

“When we were asked by Power to the Patients to help raise awareness of the need for transparency in healthcare pricing, we immediately said yes,” the band stated. “People suffering from illness and injury shouldn’t have to worry about being bankrupted by surprise charges for their treatment.”

In addition to the Foo Fighters, Fat Joe and Chuck D of Public Enemy will be in attendance for the invite-only event. Both of the hip hop luminaries have been associated with Power to the Patients for months.

In September, the two teamed with fellow rappers Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, Method Man and French Montana for a pair of PSAs underscoring the need for an affordable and equitable healthcare system.

Additionally, Fat Joe starred in a minute-long PSA for the organization in 2022 and visited the White House during the fall to advocate for price transparency.

This also isn’t the first concert the nonprofit has hosted this year.

In January, Fat Joe teamed up with hip hop legend Wyclef Jean and rapper Jelly Roll for a Washington, D.C event to raise awareness for price transparency.

The Foo Fighters concert is also the latest episode in a public-facing advertising blitz by Power to the Patients.

Less than two weeks ago, the nonprofit aired an ad during Super Bowl LVIII featuring Jelly Roll, country music artist Lainey Wilson and singer-songwriter Valerie June. The trio called on lawmakers to pass legislation that strengthens healthcare price transparency. 

The ad ran on TV and over digital channels in the Washington, DC, area during the big game.

In January, the organization also unveiled a 30-second video focused on the “ridiculousness” of hidden prices in the healthcare industry dubbed Estimates are Bull***.

For a March 2024 article on the Foo Fighters rocking D.C. for healthcare price transparency, click here.