The Foo Fighters have been confirmed to headline 2017’s Glastonbury Festival, following a huge amount of building anticipation throughout the week.
Originally set to open Glastonbury back in 2015, the band were forced to cancel their set, alongside reschedule other UK shows after frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg during a stint in Sweden; they were replaced on the Pyramid Stage by Florence & The Machine.
Announced moments ago during their ‘surprise’ initimate show at Frome’s Cheese And Grain, the Foos will play Glastonbury 2017 on Saturday 24th June, and join Radiohead as the second headline act to be announced. The Sunday headliner (25th June) has yet to be revealed, though strongly rumoured to be capped by Ed Sheeran.
— Glastonbury Festival (@GlastoFest) February 24, 2017
Check the moment unfold in the video below: