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Foo Fighters Perform Surprise Glastonbury Set

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The rumors were true, after all: The Foo Fighters did a surprise set at Glastonbury on Friday night.

Dave Grohl and company took the Pyramid Stage at 6:10pm UK time, a block previously occupied in the schedule by Placeholder aka The Churnups; Real Foos heads may recall that the band’s first-ever Glastonbury performance in 1998 took place on the same stage around the same time period. Nowadays, it’s hard to imagine them no The headline, but primal scream was the main event on that very muddy evening. Foo fighters an act It ended up taking first place for the festival in 2017, after withdrawing in 2015 due to Grohl’s famously broken leg.

The Foo Fighters’ nine-song setlist was full of greatest hits, including “All My Life,” “The Pretender,” “Best of You,” and “Everlong.” The band also played two songs from their new album, But here we are, including “Rescued” and “Show Me How” with Violet Grohl. Watch clips from Glastonbury’s surprise Foo Fighters below.


Foo Fighters is currently touring in support of But here we are Their eleventh studio album and first after the tragic death of drummer Taylor Hawkins in 2022. Now backed by new drummer Josh Freese, they’ve put together upcoming sets at Louder Than Life, Austin City Limits and Riot Fest, as well as headlining dates with support from The Breeders. Tickets for all of their shows are available here.

Foo Fighters’ Glastonbury setlist:

all my life
I don’t have it
learning to fly
my hero
Show Me How (with Violet Grohl)
your best
Everlong (dedicated to Taylor Hawkins)

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