The band were forced to pull out of their headline slot in 2015 due to injury.
Foo Fighters are expected to announce their Glastonbury headline spot tomorrow (February 21) after fans received ‘boarding passes’ in the post for the fictional ‘Obelisk Airlines’, featuring the band’s logo inside a pyramid.
The tickets instruct the ‘check-in time’ of 6pm on Tuesday February 21, prompting fans to suggest an announcement of some sort is on its way.
In December, a source reportedly told The Sun that Ed Sheeran and Foo Fighters would be topping this year’s Worthy Farm bill. Foo Fighters were forced to cancel their headline show in 2015 after frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg.
Last week, Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis announced what he described as “the biggest thing of the year” for 2017 – a new drive-in cinema area curated by Sex Pistols’ filmmaker Julien Temple, while revealing that the next lineup announcement was coming in March.
So far Radiohead are the only band confirmed to play, with other rumored acts including Wiley and Daft Punk.
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