The epic cover of ‘Creep’, by Foo Fighters, in front of 20 thousand vaccinated

After lifting the restrictions to prevent the spread of covid-19, the city of New York, in the USA, had its first massive event music since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.

The epic moment was starred by the American band ‘Foo Fighters‘, who performed last Sunday, June 20, at the’ Madison Square Garden ‘in which it became the first concert with full capacity since the arrival of the virus in the North American country.

Although the concert was completely filled, as it had not been seen since before the pandemic, the only condition is that the event could only be attended by people 100 percent vaccinatedEither with the two doses of Pfizer or Moderna, or with the single shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

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Both the event organizers and the band members celebrated the concert, which will be the first step towards the return in form of the shows in the US.

“The ‘Madison Square Garden’ is ready. We’ve been waiting for this moment for 15 months and we’re excited to finally welcome a crowd full of fully vaccinated and roaring ‘Foo Fighters’ fans. “, assured James Dolan, CEO and Director of ‘MSG Entertainment’.

“We have been waiting for this day for more than a year. And they will feel very strongly our excitement for having returned. New York, get ready for a long night of screaming together for 26 years of ‘Foo’ “added the singer of the band, Dave Grohl.

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After a long wait, the historic moment finally came last Sunday, when ‘Foo Fighters’ appeared before a crowd of people in the famous New York stadium, which has a capacity of approximately 20 thousand attendees.

One of the moments that marked the night was when the comedian and actor Dave Chappelle took the stage and, along with the band, sang ‘Creep’, iconic song of the British group ‘Radiohead’.

This is the first programming event New York has been planning for back to presentations live musicals.

Some of the most anticipated events will be starred by the legendary singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen, who on June 26 will begin a series of concerts on Broadway.

It should be noted that earlier this month the governor of the city, Andrew Cuomo, announced that he lifted the latest restrictions against covid-19, after vaccinating more than 70 percent of adults with at least one dose.

“We reached 70 percent vaccination. It is the national goal, and we reached it early. This means that we can return to life as we knew it.” Cuomo stated at a press conference.

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