It mostly depends on the flooring and on your video tripod (and of course the musical genre respectively the amount of infra sound involved)...
In general, concrete floors are less prone to transferring vibrations than parquet floors.
Some tripods made of carbon fibre are more immune to vibrations than their counterparts made of aluminium or plastic.
I was shooting video at two shows where even foam pads or several layers of mouse pads or rugs didn't work. In fact they even made the situation worse.
In such a situation, your only alternative is to weigh the tripod down (by using sandbags, your gear bag or other sorts of counterweight) or to clamp your camera to a fixed feature (balcony rails, lighting rails, trusses etc).