Foo Fighters has released the full length, HD video of their show at Madison Square Garden on June 20th this year.
The show marked the first concert at the famous venue in nearly 500 days, and fans of the band were required to show full proof of vaccination to attend.
Foo Fighters played a 24-song set, which included four of their latest tracks from their 2021 album Medicine at Midnight — "No Son of Mine," "Shame Shame," "Making a Fire" and the self-titled track.
Plus, they played a cover of Radiohead's Creep with with Dave Chappelle, and Bee Gees' You Should be Dancing.
The show sold a massive 15,371 tickets, and made $1.4 million in gross revenue.
Check out the full show, which the band uploaded to their YouTube channel, up top.
One GC in the comments of the video has even time-stamped each track so you can skip to whichever you like, if you don't wanna sit through the two-hour-40-minute show.
Check it out below:
0:00 Times Like These
5:50 The Pretender
13:35 Learn to Fly
17:45 No Son of Mine
23:17 The Sky Is a Neighborhood
27:17 Shame Shame
45:10 My Hero
51:58 These Days
58:13 Medicine at Midnight
1:16:03 Somebody to Love
1:23:20 Monkey Wrench
1:42:51 Creep (Radiohead cover) (with Dave Chappelle) (Band live debut)
1:48:30 All My Life
2:03:30 This Is a Call
2:10:25 Best of You Encore
2:28:00 Making a Fire
2:32:44 You Should Be Dancing (Bee Gees cover) (Band live debut)