Foo Fighters have announced that they’ll be headlining this year’s Glastonbury Festival.
They’ll be joining Radiohead, who are the only act to be officially announced. London Grammar self-confirmed themselves for the festival earlier this week, and will be alongside Wiley, Kris Kristofferson and The Avalanches.
The news has been long speculated, after a plane was spotted at the Worthy Farm site earlier this week. The band then teased fans by sending out boarding cards for the fictitious ‘Obelisk Airlines’ featuring a Pyramid symbol.
Foo Fighters were set to headline Glastonbury back in 2015, but had to pull out after Dave Grohl broke his leg.
Grohl and co. will be headlining the Pyramid Stage on the Saturday, making their first appearance at the festival since 1998.
Glastonbury Festival will take place 21st – 25th June. More info here.