Foo Fighters Concert Picketed by Anti-Vaxxers

Protestors accused the band of "segregation" for their mandatory vaccine requirement
Foo Fighters Concert Picketed by Anti-Vaxxers
Photo: Kamara Morozuk
Along with a fully vaccinated audience in attendance at Foo Fighters' Canyon Club show last night, the event was also attended by a picket line of anti-vaccine protestors.

Dave Grohl and co. took to the Agoura Hills, CA, venue on Tuesday (June 15), just days before their monumental return to Madison Square Garden later this week. Like most concerts taking place in the States currently, the Foo show required all attendees to be fully vaccinated — a rule that has evidently offended some would-be concertgoers.

Photos of the event on social media show a mob of picketers with signs that read "Foo Fighters fight to bring segregation back" and "End the censorship of vaccine risks."

Meanwhile, posts from ticketholders tell a different story. "Go get vaccinated so you can do cool things like go to concerts, unlike these dumbasses," one Instagram user wrote in response to the protestors.

As with their Canyon Club performance, the Foos have also required attendees to be fully vaccinated at their June 20 MSG show in New York City. It's unclear if the band are on board with the restrictions or if they are simply complying with local COVID safety guidelines.

See photos of the protest, as well as some video footage, below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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