CHICAGO — Dave Grohl really, really doesn’t want fans bringing leg warmers to his show.
And don’t even think about bringing your homemade nut milks, talking about “Webster” (the TV show) or showing off your collection of “derogatory press clippings of Shania Twain.”
All of those items, and more, are banned from the Foo Fighters’ show Sunday at Wrigley Field, according to an email sent from the Cubs to concertgoers that clearly shows the band’s silly side.
The list of items does include some serious ones, like fireworks, weapons and and large bags. But the Foo Fighters also prohibited issues of Creem magazine that don’t mention Ted Nugent, asks people not to mention the social networking site Friendster and bans “free radicals” — which, the ban details, includes antioxidants and cartoon character Hong Kong Phooey.
The Foo Fighters show begins 7 p.m. Sunday. Gates open at 5 p.m. Those with general admission tickets must enter at the Budweiser Bleacher gate at Waveland Sheffield avenues.
Here’s the full list of banned items:
• Professional audio and video recording devices, including cameras, video or audio recorders and iPads
• Bags larger than 8-by-11½-by-8 inches
• Waist packs
• Mixtapes not in CD format
• Containers: cans, bottles, plastic bottles, aerosol spray, glass, coolers, thermoses or flasks
• Unflattering photos of Ryan Seacrest
• Pirated VHS tapes of “Land of the Lost,” the series
• Frisbees, footballs or other “throwables”
• Selfie sticks
• Creem magazines that do not mention Ted Nugent
• Any mention of Friendster or “Webster” (starring Emmanuel Lewis)
• Alcoholic beverages
• Beige- or mustard-colored macramé wall hangings
• Large chains or spiked bracelets
• Leg warmers
• Wallet chains
• Free radicals (including antioxidants or Hong Kong Phooey (as voiced by Scatman Crothers))
• Derogatory press clippings of Shania Twain
• Any pencil that isn’t a No. 2 pencil
• Homemade nut milks
• Laser pens