Foo Fighters to perform livestream concert from iconic Hollywood venue the Roxy this Saturday

The concert will feature a special camera angle from Dave Grohl's beer
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Need plans this weekend? Foo Fighters have you covered.

After debuting their new single “Shame Shame” on Saturday Night Live and announcing their tenth studio album Medicine at Midnight, Foo Fighters will be taking to the stage at the Roxy this Saturday, November 14 for a special livestream concert.

The concert is in celebration of the new single “Shame Shame” and will begin this Saturday at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT. Tickets for the show cost $15 and will let fans watch the performance live and on replay for 48 hours following the start of the show. A portion of ticket proceeds will go to the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund providing financial assistance for those in the music industry in need.

The Foo Fighters livestream concert will feature innovative new technology that was custom created for this event. Specifically, the Can Cam. Foo Fighters teamed up with Coors Light for this livestream concert and are bringing several beer related camera angles that’ll offer fans a unique glimpse at the concert.

First, there’s the Can Cam, which will seemingly serve as one of the main camera angles for the show. The Can Cam is attached to Dave Grohl’s can of Coors Light and will take fans around the venue and into the thick of the action on stage. If you ever wondered what a Foo Fighters show looked like from Dave Grohl’s beer’s perspective, well, know you’ll know.

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The livestream concert will mark a much needed return to the stage for the Foo Fighters. The band began working on Medicine at Midnight almost two years ago while they were still on the road. Had it been up to the band, they wouldn’t have taken a long break instead opting to continue working. “It was like, ‘cool, let’s stop touring, go right into the studio. Put that record out and hit the road for another 18 months,’ or whatever it was. We were good to go,” Dave Grohl told RADIO.COM’s Ryan Castle in an interview.

Then, the COVID-19 pandemic happened.

“We’ve really been sitting on this thing for a while, and that’s what got frustrating to me,” Grohl said. Once it became clear that it would be quite some time before they could return to the stage and share their new songs with fans, the decision was made for the Foo Fighters.

“Let’s put out the record so people can at least have something to sing along to at home,” Grohl said.

Foo Fighters will be releasing their tenth studio album Medicine at Midnight on February 5, 2021.

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