Catch up with Foo Fighters’ epically long Glastonbury headline set – bring snacks

This could take a while.
If you’ve had your head in a sand bucket for the past few days, you might have missed Glastonbury, we guess. Even then, you’d be doing well to have ignored the biggest music festival in the planet spilling out over your feeds, though.

Still, with everything done until 2019 (2018 is a fallow year, FYI – there’ll be no festival) and grubby revellers returning to society, now’s the time to catch up on some of what went on. Thanks to the BBC, if you’re in the UK that’s really pretty easy.

There’s a whole bunch of full sets and clips available via the BBC website and iPlayer service. That includes Foo Fighters’ headline performance on Saturday.

Warning – if you’re planning on sitting down to watch it from back to front, you’d probably better pop to the loo first. And get snacks. And maybe a pillow. Dave is gonna draw this one out for all he’s worth.

You can watch Foo Fighters’ full Glastonbury set here, and read our report here.

You can also find all our coverage from Glastonbury 2017 right here.

Foo Fighters played:

Times Like These

All My Life

Learn to Fly

Something From Nothing

The Pretender

Cat Scratch Fever / Another One Bites the Dust / Blitzkrieg Bop

Cold Day in the Sun



These Days

My Hero



This Is a Call


Monkey Wrench

Best of You

Skin and Bones

Under Pressure


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