Last night (20), the Foo Fighters brought the feeling of “normal life” back to the heart of New York City. Although it seems, to watch the show performed at Madison Square Garden, fans had to prove that they were already immunized against covid-19 in order to attend the show.
The gig was like a second debut for the arena, which had not received shows at it’s maximum capacity since the beginning of the pandemic. The great exponent of the performance, however, was the contribution of comedian Dave Chapelle, who sang Radiohead’s biggest hit, “Creep”, accompanied with the help of the Foos.
The show was also a tribute to the stage manager, Andy Pollard, who accompanied the group for years and passed away on the 18th.