Foo Fighters treated fans to some rarely heard songs for special virtual reality show

Virgin Radio

15 Feb 2022, 17:33

Pic: Rex

Pic: Rex

They had some technical difficulties but still pulled off a killer set.

Foo Fighters fans were treated to a very special performance that featured all sorts of rarities and a deep dive into their back catalogue for a special virtual reality show over the weekend.

The gig was pre-recorded at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Viewers could then watch the stream on Sunday night following the Super Bowl.

It was an “immersive 180-degree VR concert”, the likes of which the band has never performed before.

It was broadcast simultaneously on the band’s Facebook and Instagram pages (in the ‘Metaverse’) as well as on the Horizon Venues app.

Dave Grohl and co played a 10-song gig, including some rare tracks like 'T-Shirt', which had never been played live before.

They also played ‘Walking After You’, for the first time since 2006.

Another rare track came when they played 'Home' for the first time since 2007.

When they have such an incredible back catalogue it's no wonder songs get missed off.

If you missed it, you can watch the gig in full here.

Find the setlist below:


‘This Is a Call’

‘Best of You’

‘Waiting on a War’

‘The Sky Is a Neighborhood’

‘Walking After You’

‘Times Like These’

‘All My Life’

‘These Days’


The band are excitedly preparing for their comedy-horror movie 'Studio 666' to be released.

Dave Grohl also continues to be one of the busiest men in rock, after he revealed he has written a song called 'Fraggle Rock Rock' for the new 'Fraggle Rock' revival series, 'Back To The Rock'.