The Foo Fighters frontman performed “Paradise City” with the band on the Pyramid Stage

Dave Grohl, left, joins Guns N’ Roses at Glastonbury [Yui Mok/PA Images/Getty Images]

Last night at Glastonbury, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl joined Guns N’ Roses on stage. Grohl performed “Paradise City” with the band, closing out their Pyramid Stage headlining set. Check out the video below now.

“You can never have too many fuckin’ guitars,” GnR frontman Axl Rose stated.

Dave Grohl was hanging around Worthy Farm all weekend. On Friday (June 23), Foo Fighters confirmed their surprise appearance, playing an hour-long set in front of a massive crowd that had gathered to see an “up-and-coming” band called The Churn Ups. Earlier in the day on Saturday (June 24) after the Foo Fighters’ set, Grohl also joined The Pretenders and Johnny Marr, playing drums for a song.

Guns N’ Roses are in the midst of a massive world tour. Next Tuesday, June 27, the band has a headlining show scheduled at Bellahouston Park with The Pretenders serving as special guests. GnR return to North America in August after shows in Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Greece, France, Romania, and more.

Foo Fighters will continue their tour this summer into fall, with appearances at Sea Hear NowRiot Fest, and more. The band’s 2023 headlining performances will take place across the U.S. though October. The Breeders, Garbage, The Pretty Reckless, Wet Leg, and Taipei Houston will serve as special guests on select dates.