Foo Fighters performed their first major U.S gig in nearly two years over the holiday weekend (28) at the BottleRock Festival in Napa Valley. Despite the set going well for the group and the massive crowd, the festival enforced a strict 10 PM curfew, resulting in cutting their set short. The organizers of the event pulled the plug midway through “Everlong,” leaving the band unphased as they managed to complete the tune. Dave Grohl continued to rock out, singing as loud as he could in the unplugged microphone while fans embraced the moment and shouted along with him.

According to, the band had songs “For All the Cows” and “The Sky is a Neighborhood” originally on their setlist but were not played due to the uncompromising curfew.

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[via Billboard]