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Foo Fighters' epic Lollapalooza 2021 set makes fans emotional: ‘Brought a tear to my eye'

Foo Fighters fronted by Dave Grohl also paid a special tribute to iconic group Bee Gees and Queen
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters performing at Lollapalozza 2021 (Twitter@Lollapalozza)
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters performing at Lollapalozza 2021 (Twitter@Lollapalozza)

Concluding the 4-day Lollapalooza festival, the iconic rock band Foo Fighters delivered a memorable performance as social media users gushed over them while streaming it Live from their couches. Even though the Grant Park in Chicago was packed with music lovers, there were many who could not attend the renowned festival.

Many took to Twitter to thank the streaming service Hulu as they thoroughly enjoyed the band’s set at the 2021 edition of the festival. Foo Fighters fronted by Dave Grohl also paid a special tribute to iconic group Bee Gees and Queen by covering their popular numbers. Speaking of the festival, Lollapalooza opened its gate for fans on July 29 and wrapped it up on August 1, 2021.
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Foo Fighters wrap up Lollapalooza 2021

While we saw artists like Playboi Carti, Tyler, The Creator, Megan Thee Stallion, Machine Gun Kelly, Limp Bizkit band and Post Malone among others nailing their respective performances, Foo Fighters acted as the perfect headliners to close the coveted music festival. Lollapalooza was canceled in 2020 due to the unfortunate global pandemic but returned with a strong line-up this year.

Foo Fighters opened their set with the song ‘Times Like These’ and followed it by their hit singles like ‘The Pretender’, ‘Learn to Fly’, ‘No Son of Mine’, ‘The Sky Is a Neighborhood’ and ‘Shame Shame’. While covering Bee Gees, the band opted for their song ‘You Should Be Dancing’ whereas, they serenaded the fans with the track ‘Somebody to Love’ while covering the Queen.  Foo Fighters closed their iconic set with songs like ‘Best of You’, ‘Monkey Wrench’ and ‘Everlong’ leaving the fans asking for more.



‘Watching Foo Fighters is really making me miss concerts’

Fans who could not make it to the festival this year were glad that Hulu streamed the Foo Fighters Live from the venue. Many fans rejoiced as a few also got emotional watching the band wrapping up Lollapalooza 2021.  One fan said, “Watching the @foofighters live stream brought a tear to my eye.” Another asserted, “Watched the live stream of #FooFighters at #Lollapalooza2021. Call them whatever you want, they never phone it in. Epic set.”  One user tweeted, “Atleast the only act I cared to see at Lolla this year, The Foo Fighters. Were on the live stream. Solid set!”
The next one posted, “Watching the #Lollapalooza stream of Foo Fighters is reeeeeally making me miss concerts. What a performance.” Meanwhile, another said, “Watching the Foo Fighters live stream from Lollapalooza is the best way to close out the weekend.” One user shared, “Foo Fighters playing at Lollapalooza and being able to stream it... And man, Dave Grohl is a rock god.” One concluded, “@foofighters Your set at #Lollapalooza2021 rocked! Watched the stream from Indiana and loved it. Closest I'll ever get to seeing it live.”