American rock band Foo Fighters have been announced as headliners for the last night of Glastonbury Festival 2017. Performing at a free concert in Frome, Somerset, on Friday, they announced they would take over the event's Pyramid stage on Saturday June 25. In the teasing video, event organisers pulled up to the location of the summer festival at Worthy Farm, Somerset, only to find the band sitting ready to perform, four months early.
The Foo Fighters will headline Saturday night at Glastonbury Festival this summer, the event's organisers have announced. The American rock band, who will take over the Pyramid stage on Saturday 24 June, revealed the news during a free concert in Frome, Somerset, on Friday evening. The announcement was made via a live stream from the site at Worthy Farm in Somerset.
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Once the cameras stop rolling that’s when all the uncensored fun begins at the the BRIT Awards star-studded after parties. It was only right Katy Perry was in the mood to celebrate after putting on a show-stopping performance at the Brit Awards on Wednesday night. The American singer, 32, continued her Brit celebrations at the Universal Music after party which was held at 180 Strand in London.