They announced that they will postpone their Los Angeles concert because of a confirmed case o Covid-19 in their organization, weeks after they played their first show at Madison Square Garden.
The band was scheduled to perform at the Los Angeles Forum on Saturday.
announced Wednesday via their verified Twitter account that there was a confirmed COVID-19 incident within the Foo Fighters group.
The tweet stated that Saturday’s show at the Los Angeles Forum was being postponed due to “an abundance of caution, and concern for safety of the band and crew, and most importantly, the fans”, “The new date is expected to be announced in the near future. The new date will honor tickets purchased for the July 17th date.
It wasn’t revealed who had been positive. CNN reached out to representatives of the band for more information and comment.
The band performed at Madison Square Garden in New York City in June. It was advertised as being only for vaccinated audiences.
It was the first concert to be held at 100% capacity since the outbreak of the pandemic. Many hailed it as a return for the hard-hit music industry.
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According to Madison Square Garden’s website, the venue can hold 19,500 people