It was the world-famous venue’s first full-capacity show since March 2020.
It’s no secret that Dave Chappelle is a huge fan of Radiohead’s famous hit “Creep,” and on Sunday night in New York City, he celebrated a major post-COVID milestone by singing the song in front of thousands of fans. The comedian performed lead vocals for his latest rendition of “Creep” at Madison Square Garden alongside Foo Fighters, who were performing the first full-capacity concert at the facility since it closed in 2020 due to the pandemic.
“Creep” isn’t the first time Chappelle has performed it. He said that at a New York City after-party for his Saturday Night Live hosting appearance in 2016:
He sang the song at Erykah Badu’s birthday party earlier that year during a karaoke session:
He also played it at a 2017 after-party with Ed Sheeran and at a Fourth of July comedy event last year.
But, although those were mostly unplanned performances for small groups, he took the stage with a world-famous band in front of tens of thousands of fans on Sunday night.