Foo Fighters make triumphant return with Game of Thrones-style throne and Dave Grohl’s mom

The band's 20th anniversary concert marked Dave Grohl's return after breaking his leg

Dave Grohl mom

    Less than a month after Dave Grohl fell off a stage in Sweden and shattered his legFoo Fighters were back in action. The band celebrated the 20th anniversary of its debut album with a massive concert at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC featuring performances from Heart, Joan Jett, Gary Clark Jr., Buddy Guy, and others.

    The biggest highlight, of course, was Foo Fighters’ headlining set. With his leg still in a cast, Grohl sang and played guitar from a giant light-up throne in the style of the Iron Throne from Games of Thrones (in lieu of swords, the throne was adorned with guitars).

    Another notable moment came when Grohl brought his mother Virginia to the stage prior to performing “For All the Cows”. Grohl grew up near the Washington, DC area in Northern Virginia where his mother was a high school English teacher.


    Watch fan-shot performance footage and see the full 24-song setlist below.


    “Monkey Wrench”:

    “Big Me” and story of Dave Grohl’s throne:

    “For All the Cows” and Dave Grohl’s mom:

    Monkey Wrench
    Learn to Fly
    Something From Nothing
    The Pretender
    Big Me
    I’m the One (Van Halen cover)
    Another One Bites the Dust (Queen cover)
    Owner of a Lonely Heart (Yes cover)
    Cold Day in the Sun
    My Hero (Acoustic)
    Times Like These (Acoustic)
    Under Pressure (Queen & David Bowie cover)
    All My Life
    These Days
    For All the Cows
    Alone + Easy Target
    This Is a Call
    Best of You