Some People Don’t Like the Vaccine Policy for an Upcoming Foo Fighters Show

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 24: Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters performs at Suncorp Stadium on February 24, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Some former Foo Fighters fans are unhappy about the band’s upcoming show at Madison Square Garden. While the Foo’s announced the full capacity show for June 20, some are unhappy with the requirement to show proof of vaccination.

One former fan tweeted, “Foo Fighters, a band I’ve long admired, [will hold] a concert for the jabbed only. That’s every album & playlist with them on, consigned to the bin.”

Meanwhile Right Said Fred of “I’m Too Sexy” fame tweeted out, “Music is meant to build bridges, not destroy them.”

The vaccination rule is in compliance with New York’s current rules for concerts and arena shows. Do you think it’s fair to only have concerts for those who are vaccinated? Do you think this is a rule that will be used nationwide? Would you stop listening to a band for following rules?




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