The 2022 year is coming to an end to make way for the dawn that is 2023 and while many artists are quiet, the Foo Fighters have taken to Facebook to give their audience an update. I’ve added the image itself but also transcribed should it not look right on a mobile device for some reason.
The Foo Fighters have announced a special surprise performance at the Coney Island Ampitheater (which used to be listed as the Ford Ampitheater beforehand). Learn more about the appearance and plan your attendance and visit to the famous Nathan’s as well down below on the poster.
For the safety of concertgoers and venue staff, all attendees of shows on the Foo Fighters tour must provide proof of a negative FDA-authorized COVID-19 Rapid Antigen test, PCR, or other diagnostic test that is date and time stamped within 48 hours prior to entrance into the venue or proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (14 days past the final vaccination shot). Mask wearing may also be required as per local mandates. Please consult local venue websites for more details.
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Based on the recent announcements, it looks like Boston is going to be the place to be a few times this year with stuff like the announcement we shared yesterday about Aerosmith doing a 50th Anniversary performance at Fenway Park (discussed HERE). Now comes the latest Music Festival details. Check it out down below.
Friday, May 22nd: Foo Fighters, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Brittany Howard, Noname, The Struts, Sharon Van Etten, Pup, Andrew WK, Iann Dior, The Districts, Brutus, Pony Bradshaw, The Sheila Divine, Liz Ladoux, DJ Knife and DJ Joshua Carl, Bearly yung, DJ Ryan Brown, Alingon Mitra, Will Smalley, Sam Ike, Emily Ruskowski, Shawn Carter, Drew Dunn, Katie Que.
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It was only about “10” days ago when I shared the press release about the Nirvana video “Smells Like Teen Spirit” from their Nevermind album. At the time the video clip was closing in on reaching 1 billion views on YouTube which is super awesome based on just how much content is out there. That notice can be observed HERE in case you missed it. Yesterday, on Christmas Day, this video achieved its one billionth view and has been steadily climbing since. Back in the day one could find this clip being broadcast almost hourly by the famed MTV Channel because back then they regularly played videos more than the Jersey Shore and Housewives Reality Shows that dominate the station nowadays. Please enjoy the video down below for good measure and help keep the numbers climbing.