Foo Fighters Play Surprise Glastonbury 2023 Set

Foo Fighters 2023

After much speculation, the band billed as ‘The ChurnUps’ on the Glastonbury Festival 2023 line-up has been revealed to be Foo Fighters.

The six-piece rockers last played the festival in 2017 when they headlined the event. While this evening (Friday, June 23rd) set marks 25 years since Foo Fighters first played on the Pyramid Stage. They performed on the main stage at Glastonbury Festival 1998.

The band had been heavily rumoured to be a surprise act, so it’s no wonder that the Foos pulled in a massive crowd.

At the end of their set, frontman Dave Grohl confirmed the band would be playing UK shows next summer.

UPDATE: On Saturday (June 24th), Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl made two surprise appearances at Glastonbury.

He first joined Anglo-American rockers the Pretenders to play the drums on ‘Tattooed Love Boys’The Smiths‘ Johnny Marr also joined the band during their evening set.

Later, as Pyramid Stage headliners Guns N’ Roses closed their lengthy set, Grohl joined the legendary rockers on guitar for ‘Paradise City’.

What did Foo Fighters Play at Glastonbury 2023?

During their nearly hour-long set, Foo Fighters played the following songs.

All My Life
No Son of Mine
Learn to Fly
The Pretender
My Hero
Show Me How (with Violet Grohl)
Best of You

Where can I watch Foo Fighters’ Glastonbury 2023 Set?

If you missed Foo Fighters‘ 2023 Glastonbury set, it is available on BBC iPlayer.

You can listen to the full set on BBC Sounds.

Who else is playing at Glastonbury 2023?

There are far too many acts to mention, but aside from Pyramid stage headliners Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’ Roses, and Elton JohnGlastonbury Festival fans can expect to see Queens of the Stone AgeNova TwinsThe HuMåneskin, and much more across this weekend.


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