"They're exercising their right to protest and we're exercising our right to be here," Canyon Club owner tells Billboard.
California concertgoers cheered the return of live music on Tuesday night when the Foo Fighters played the 600-capacity Canyon Club in Agoura Hills and marked the state's long-awaited reopening. But there was one group that was less than pleased about the intimate show: Around 30 anti-vaccine activists protested outside the concert, sharing their displeasure that ticket-buyers were required to show proof of vaccination.
Protesters' signs included the messages "No vaccine passports! Only Nazis ask for your papers," "U.S. law classifies vaccines as unavoidably safe" and "COVID-19 vaccine makers are exempt from liability."