After sending out airplane tickets to their fans, the mystery is revealed.
Foo Fighters will join Radiohead as headliners on the iconic Pyramid stage at Glastonbury Festival this year.
Speculation was made that they would announce the slot at 6PM this past Wednesday, as per mysterious mock boarding passes that were mailed to Foo fans last weekend. The fake tickets featured the group’s logo inside of a pyramid, ramping up speculation that they would be taking one of the top spots at Glastonbury this year.
While the announcement came with far less fanfare than the tease, it is now confirmed that the band will headline. Their performance is slated for June 24.
— Glastonbury Festival (@GlastoFest) February 24, 2017
Glastonbury takes place this year June 21-25.
Revisit Foo Fighters’ goofy, plane-themed video for ‘Learn to Fly’ below.