- 31 Dec 21
The show was the first full capacity gig held at Madison Square Garden since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Foo Fighters fans suffering from isolation blues or those simply missing live music can enjoy a special concert from the band.
Made available for a limited time only, Dave Grohl and Co. have released a full-length video of their set at Madison Square Garden.
The show was the first full capacity gig to be held at New York's premier indoor concert venue since the COVID-19 pandemic began and was a sign of hope for many struggling in the music industry.
As well as Foo Fighters' hits such as 'The Pretender', 'My Hero' and 'Best of You' along with tracks from their most recent album Medicine at Midnight, the group also performed many covers on the night.
This included their take on Radiohead's 'Creep', which featured a special guest, comedian Dave Chapelle on vocals.
In other Foo Fighters news, the band recently pulled out of a gig in Minneapolis in the US state of Minnesota due to the "venue's refusal to agree to the band's COVID-19 safety measures."
Hours after announcing their 2022 US tour at the end of November, the band stated that they would be seeking a change in venue for their August show.
A Minnesotan newspaper, The Star Tribune, reported that Huntington Bank Stadium did not have rules for mask-wearing, proof of vaccines or virus testing at the time.
Watch Foo Fighters' nearly three-hour-long epic set at Madison Square Garden below.
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