FOO FIGHTERS CONTINUE TO PLAY ‘EVERLONG’ AFTER BOTTLEROCK FESTIVAL PULLS THE PLUG ON THEM!
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30 May 2017

Foo Fighters aren’t one to bow down to the man.

 

The Foo Fighters played their first major live show in nearly two years at the Bottlerock Festival in Napa Valley. Blazing through a 20-song-career-spanning which included all their biggest hits, it was a typical hardcore performance from the rockers; until the very end.

 

Right when they started playing Everlong, the festival decided to pull the plug on them, due to curfew reasons. What happened next, was the most Foo Fighters thing you can ever witness. After all, Dave Grohl is the kind of god who sat on a throne made of guitars, and performed whole shows, because he had sprained his ankle. So expecting a little crazy is pretty justified. So the booze-fuelled crowd started to sing along to the song, while the band did their best to rile everyone up to get the best out of them. Watch the video below to witness the magnificent moment.

 

 

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the festival was adhering to a strict 10 PM curfew, due to which they had to pull the plug on the band. But the band in question being Foo Fighters, you can’t expect nothing more than your money’s worth, because they won’t EVER leave you hanging.

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