Paul McCartney’s Son Takes Photo At Foo Fighters Show


James McCartney goes to Foo Fighters show

Paul McCartney’s son James McCartney took to Twitter and revealed that he recently attended a Foo Fighters concert over the weekend and shared his love for the performance there. He praised the band for their exceptional performance, talking about their musicianship and stage presence. McCartney mentioned the positive atmosphere in the stadium, describing the energy as palpable. He also expressed his enjoyment of the song “Everlong,” stating that it’s one of his favorites.

Over the weekend I got out and went to see

perform, what an amazing show! They have done it again. Great musicians and performers. The positive energy in the stadium was palpable. I had such a lovely time. Everlong is a fav song of mine.

According to BBC, the Foo Fighters recently performed at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, marking their first show in the Welsh capital in 17 years. Fans attending the gig were advised to stay hydrated due to the warm weather, with the stadium’s roof open for the event. As temperatures soared on one of Wales’ hottest days of the year, free water dispensers were provided inside the arena.

This concert is part of the Foo Fighters’ “Everything or Nothing at All” tour, their first in the UK since the passing of drummer Taylor Hawkins. The tour coincides with the release of their 11th album, “But Here We Are,” which has already topped the charts as their sixth number one record. Prior to Cardiff, they performed sold-out shows in London, Manchester, and Glasgow, and they will conclude the UK leg of their tour in Birmingham.

The Principality Stadium has recently hosted other US superstars like Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen, and Pink, all of whom also performed to capacity crowds at the 70,000-seat venue.

In related news, a Foo Fighters fan was also upset at a big mess during a recent concert.