By Eric Renner Brown
February 24, 2017 at 03:19 PM EST
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Foo Fighters will headline this year’s edition of U.K. mega-festival Glastonbury. The hard-rock heroes announced the booking during a small show at Cheese and Grain in Frome, a town in the county of Somerset, U.K., which also hosts Glastonbury.

Though the complete lineup for the festival, which takes place from June 21 to 25 this year, has yet to be announced, Foo Fighters join Radiohead at the top of the bill. The British alternative legends were confirmed for Glastonbury last October.

Foo Fighters were booked as headliners in 2015, but canceled when frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg; Florence + the Machine filled in.

The Cheese and Grain show is currently streaming — notable in itself as it is the first Foo Fighters gig since November 2015. Watch the video feed below.

Glastonbury also confirmed that the set will take place on June 24.

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