Foo Fighters have uncovered they are playing Glastonbury not long from now.
The US rockers reported they are to perform at the acclaimed music celebration this late spring after they were named best global band at the NME Awards.
In a recorded feature message, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl told the crowd at Brixton Academy in south London they were coming back to the UK to play Glastonbury – the first significant act reported during the current year’s occasion.
Foo Fighters will feature the Pyramid Stage on Friday, Glastonbury’s site affirmed, showing up at the Somerset celebration since 1998.
Tickets for the occasion have been sold out since October, yet a resale is arranged in April for any crossed out and returned tickets.
Coordinator Emily Eavis said: “We feel unbelievably fortunate to have affirmed the Foo Fighters for the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury not long from now.
“Not very many groups have the ability to unite and empower a swarm like Foo Fighters do. We can hardly wait for them to shake Worthy Farm on Friday night.”