Foo Fighters are performing a live set from LA’s Roxy, set to broadcast on Saturday, November 14 at 8PM/5PM pacific. The performance will be streamed live to the web, with tickets allowing for viewing within a time limit following the performance.
Foo Fighters first full ROCK livestream. 🤘
THIS Saturday, Nov. 14th at 5pm PT
Ticket to view $15: https://t.co/AdA7r7ssIT
Video will be available for 48 hours following initial livestream.
Tune in anywhere you are in the world!
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) November 11, 2020
A streaming ticket costs $15.00, plus a $1.50 service fee. A portion of the proceeds go to the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, which provides financial assistance to musicians and music industry workers who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems, according to NME. The concert is sponsored in part by Coors Light, which touts a “beer’s eye view” as part of the stream.
The performance follows the recent release of a new video for the song Shame Shame, which leads a planned February release of the new “Medicine at Midnight” album.
“It’s crazy, the idea for that video came from a dream I had when I was 14 or 15 that I’ve remembered my entire life,” Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl told NME of the single. “I was standing at the bottom of this hill and there was this coffin on fire next to this dead tree and I ran up the hill to rescue whoever was in this coffin, but I couldn’t get my hands on it because it was on fire! I stood there filled with anxiety and fear, but I’ve remembered it my entire fucking life and never knew what it meant.”
In addition to the stream, fans are able to purchase event merchandise including a t-shirt and posters produced for the show via the band’s website.