Paul McCartney welcomed Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen to sit in during his headlining set at Glastonbury Festival on Saturday, marking Grohl’s first performance since the passing of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins back in March.

Paul McCartney was originally booked to play Glastonbury in 2020, but the festival was canceled that year and the following year due to the pandemic. After two years of waiting, the former Beatle delivered a two-and-a-half-hour performance for some 200,000 Glastonbury attendees at Worthy Farm in southwest England. He treated fans to a mix of Beatles classics including “Get Back”, “Hey Jude”, “Blackbird”, and “Let it Be”, and solo hits like “Live and Let Die”. At 80 years of age, he was the festival’s oldest solo headliner to date.

McCartney surprised fans by calling upon Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl to sit in on some songs. “My friend, your hero, from the West Coast of America, Dave Grohl,” he announced, drawing ecstatic cheers from the enormous festival crowd. Grohl sat in on “I Saw Her Standing There” and Wings‘ “Band on the Run”, which he covered with Foo Fighters in 2007 for a Radio 1 compilation album. Though the Foo Fighters frontman attended New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in April (where Foo Fighters canceled their headlining set), this was his first time onstage since Hawkins’ passing.

Paul McCartney then introduced another special guest, Bruce Springsteen, who joined the former Beatle on the Springsteen classic “Glory Days” and the Beatles’ “I Wanna Be Your Man”. Springsteen joined McCartney at his concert at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ earlier this month.

Another highlight of the set was when McCartney paid tribute to his former Beatles bandmate George Harrison, who passed away in 2001, performing his song “Something” on a ukulele Harrison gave to him. He similarly sang “I’ve Got a Feeling” with footage and isolated vocals from the late John Lennon, who was murdered in 1980, creating a virtual duet in homage to his late bandmate and longtime songwriting partner.

At the end of McCartney’s performance, Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen both returned to the stage to conclude the set’s five-song encore with the Beatles’ “The End”.

Glastonbury wrapped up on Sunday with a headlining set by Kendrick Lamar. The four-day festival featured over 3,000 performers, including Billie Eilish, Ziggy Marley, Megan Thee Stallion, Foals, Olivia Rodrigo, Diana Ross, Herbie Hancock, and the Pet Shop Boys. Guests also included environmental activist Greta Thunberg, who made an inspiring speech about climate change, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who addressed the crowd via video on Friday.

View photos and videos of Paul McCartney’s performance at Glastonbury Festival featuring Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen below.

Paul McCartney – “I Saw Her Standing There” Featuring Dave Grohl

Paul McCartney – “Band on the Run” Featuring Dave Grohl

Paul McCartney – “I’ve Got a Feeling”