The 26th Anniversary Tour came through Bonner Springs, and it was incredible. The Foo Fighters originally planned on a 25th Anniversary Tour, but that got spoiled by COVID, so they came around to celebrate 26 badass years instead. The band brought the Kansas City area band Radkey along for the ride, and they stood out as a great opening act for Foo Fighters, especially playing a hometown show.
Dave Grohl and company played songs from their entire catalog, including a Bee Gees cover from their latest project Hail Satin. My personal favorite performances of the night were “Times Like These,” “The Sky Is A Neighborhood,” their cover of “Nausea” by X featuring Violet Grohl, and “Monkey Wrench” featuring guitars from a member of the audience.
The Foo Fighters did not miss a beat and played one hell of a show with hit after hit. Dave Grohl may be one of the best front men to ever do it. His energy onstage is unmatched. If you get the chance, be sure to catch the Foo Fighters out on tour!