Live updates from Tempe Beach Park

Spring training is still on pause, but Innings Festival is back at Tempe Beach Park this weekend.

The two-day festival, Feb. 26-27, features an exciting lineup of bands (including headliners Foo Fighters and Tame Impala) along with appearances from Major League baseball greats.

Dave Grohl brought the opening day to an electrifying close with Foo Fighters, reminding us why he’s become the standard-bearer of a certain rock aesthetic that wears its love of classic rock and vintage metal like a crusty Slayer shirt.

Sunday’s highlights are set to range from Tame Impala to War on Drugs, whose leader tells us they’ve been “firing on all cylinders,” and Black Pumas, who earned a Best New Artist Grammy nomination.

More Innings:Six acts you may not know you need to see at Innings. 

https://www.azcentral.com/story/entertainment/music/2022/02/26/innings-festival-2022-tempe-highs-lows-review/6944623001/

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