Foo Fighters Release Pro-Shot of 2021 Madison Square Garden Show
Those who missed the chance to watch Foo Fighters live can now calm down as the regarded rock band has released its show at Madison Square Garden’s pro-shot footage for them.
After almost 500 days, Foo Fighters got on the stage at Madison Square Garden on June 20, 2021. As we all know that the regarded band has been carrying out deeply for the measures of Covid, the fans needed to prove they all had their full dose of vaccinations, having received the last dose at least 14 days before the show took place.
The regarded band had also canceled and updated some of their 2022 North America tour’s concerts due to the refusal to agree to the band’s Covid safety measures, as well.
So after nearly 500 days passed until reopening the venue, Madison Square Garden guested its first show with Foo Fighters, totaling in at over $1.4 million in gross revenue. As 15,371 tickets for the show were sold, Billboard noted that “Across 662 shows reported since 2015, MSG’s average cap is 15,140, a couple of hundred seats less than [the Foo Fighters] show.”
During their show in Madison Square Garden, Foo Fighters played 24 songs, including four songs of their latest 2021 album Medicine at Midnight, which are the self-titled track, Shame Shame, Making a Fire, and No Son of Mine. And luckily, Foo Fighters has again made a good gesture for fans, releasing the over two-and-a-half hours lasted show’s pro-shot video through YouTube for fans who couldn’t have the chance to see them live. You can see Foo Fighters Madison Square Garden show, down below, shortly after.
Ultimately, the mini-documentary of Foo Fighters‘ Madison Square Garden doesn’t only feature the regarded band’s performance, but also interviews with the venue’s staff, vendors, fans and crew, as well.
On the other side, Foo Fighters has also been preparing to hit the road for its upcoming 2022 tour in North America after it had wrapped up several shows also left for 2021. But unfortunately, the famous rock band also announced that they wouldn’t be performing at the Formula 1 race’s event as expected, through their social media, after a member of the band had been hospitalized.
Finally, we also want to mention that Foo Fighters also announced that they will also be leading the annual Beale Street Music Festival this year in May, along with other famous names, such as Lil’ Wayne, Three 6 Mafia, Da Baby, Moneybagg Yo, Sarkodie, Trigger Hippy, and more. And you can also check out their upcoming 2022 tour dates, here, along with ticket details and more. Looks like there’s a whole busy year is ahead of our regarded band, good for us!