Published: Sat, February 25, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Foo Fighters confirmed as Glastonbury 2017 headliners

Foo Fighters confirmed as Glastonbury 2017 headliners

Grohl later had a giant throne built so the Foo Fighters could continue their tour.

After a brief break from making the world safe for alternative rock, the band have been announced as headliners for Glastonbury 2017, news that broke in the United Kingdom as Foos played a secret show in Somerset on Friday night. "You know we're good for our word".

Other probable-to-rumored entertainment at Glastonbury, which takes place from June 21-25, includes The Avalanches (who tweeted an unverified confirmation that they will be playing) and Wiley, as well as Depeche Mode and Ed Sheeran.

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Foo Fighters will headline the Pyramid stage on Saturday, Glastonbury have confirmed, marking their first appearance at the Somerset festival since 1998.

Considering the location of Somerset - is this all an incredibly elaborate ploy for a Glastonbury headline announcement?

The concert is sparking speculation that the rock band will headline the U.K.'s Glastonbury Festival alongside Radiohead in 2017. We were set to pop, we were set to go and then Dave broke his leg like that it was a kick in the fucking nuts.

Hawkins added: "The last thing Dave ever wants is to cancel a show, but we made lemonade".

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