Today will see the first of two live concerts taking place this month in honour of the late Foo Fighters’ drummer Taylor Hawkins. Hawkins died tragically back in March. He was 50 years old.
Taking place at London’s Wembley Stadium today, the show will see Liam Gallagher, Chrissie Hynde, Josh Homme, Mark Ronson taking to the stage, alongside Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor and others.
Since then, other acts were also added to the line up for the show in Wembley. Such acts include Travis Barker, Lars Ulrich and AC/DC’s Brian Johnson performing at the venue.
Speaking ahead of the show, Brian Johnson stated that he was “honoured” to perform at a show in honour of the late Taylor Hawkins. He described the Foo Fighters drummer as a “lovely man”.
Johnson said, “Taylor was a lovely man, his smile was legend, his drumming intense and brilliant, and he could sing as well. When we gather to salute this man and his family, we do it as friends, we do it for him, and we do it with his band the Foo Fighters, who I know will do him proud. I’m honored to be part of it”.
How To Watch:
Not able to get a ticket for the London show? Fear not, here is how you can stream the concert online.
On demand access globally via Paramount+ on Saturday, September 3rd and on Pluto TV and MTV TV VOD starting the week of September 5th, along with, Live coverage across Paramount+ (domestically), Pluto TV (internationally) and MTV Brand YouTube Channels (globally) beginning Saturday, September 3rd (11:30 AM EDT / 4:30 PM BST).
This special will also be aired on MTV around the world, starting in Latin America on September 3, across that weekend. An extended two hour special will also air that same month.
If these forms are not available, you will need a VPN to watch this special show. Virtual Private Networks can help you to watch the concert if you reside outside the US.