Foo Fighters kicked off their massive Concrete & Gold tour on Saturday night at the Richmond Coliseum in Virginia after playing two shows at the intimate Anthem in Washington, DC to open the new venue.
The 30-song, career-spanning show featured a number of highlights including six songs from their new album featuring the live debut of the title track in the encore. The Foos also dipped into some of their back catalog including the first version of “Let It Die” since 2012 as well as the first U.S. performance of “Wheels” since 2011.
Later on in the show, Taylor Hawkins then led the band on a version of Queen’s “I’m in Love with My Car.” Hawkins typically takes lead vocals on Queen songs like “Under Pressure” and “Tie Your Mother Down,” among others.
Foo Fighters’ tour continues tomorrow night in Columbia, SC.