Rockers Foo Fighters made the last night of the Reading Festival in England one to remember by playing a mammoth 26-song set and singing happy birthday to Dave Grohl's mum.
The Foo Fighters paid tribute to Kurt Cobain and Krist Nososelic at their Reading gig
The band brought the three-day music event to an end on Sunday night after headlining at the festival's sister site in Leeds, England on Friday.
Ploughing through 26 tracks over two-and-a-half hours, Grohl announced that the performance would be the band's last for the near future.
He told revellers, "You guys realise we've got a lot of songs to play. It's the last show of the tour and it's the last show for a long time.''
The rocker also took time to remember his former Nirvana bandmates, the late Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic, by dedicating his Three Days song to them.
He added, "I'd like to dedicate this song to a couple of people who couldn't be here tonight. This one's for Krist and this one's for Kurt.''
Kurt Cobain in action at the Reading Festival in 1992
Grohl then remembered when Nirvana played the festival 20 years earlier and how the crowd sang happy birthday to his mother - and brought her out onstage to relive the moment.
He said, "In 1992 when Nirvana played here, the last show we ever played in England, you sang happy birthday to my mom. Here's your chance."
Meanwhile, over in Leeds...
Rap group Odd Future continued to court controversy with their performance at Leeds Festival on Sunday by attacking a blow-up sex doll on stage.
The hip-hop collective, who are famous for their shocking lyrics and gigs, stunned fans at the music event in England by bringing out a blow-up doll, which was bound and gagged.
They then kicked the item off the stage, before bandmember Jasper Dolphin stamped on its head.
Frontman Tyler, The Creator told the crowd, "You body slammed that b**ch. Is she OK?", adding, "S**t I just killed Kimberly."
The antics followed their set at Leeds' sister festival in Reading, where the band got in an altercation with security staff after they tried to go out into the crowd.
What's the world's most exciting live act? In reverse order...
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE: Zack de la Rocha, left, and Tom Morello of the band perform during their headlining set at the "L.A. Rising" concert at the Los Angeles Coliseum, Saturday, July 30, 2011, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
LED ZEPPELIN: Former bandmates, singer Robert Plant, left, and guitarist Jimmy Page, reunite to perform for the Live Aid famine relief concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia Pa., July 13, 1985. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)
WHITE STRIPES: Jack White performs during a concert Tuesday, July 24, 2007 at Madison Square Garden in New York. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)
ARCTIC MONKEYS: Alex Turner, left, and Jamie Cook of the British band perform during their set on the first weekend of the 2012 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Friday, April 13, 2012, in Indio, Calif. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
One for the purists... NIRVANA: Frontman Kurt Cobain performing on stage at the MTV Live and Loud concert in Seattle (PA)
THE BOSS: Bruce Springsteen performs at Fenway Park in Boston, Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
Never bettered... QUEEN: Freddie Mercury, lead singer with the rock group Queen, during the Live Aid concert July 1985.
THE KILLERS: Brandon Flowers performs during day 4 of the 15th International Benicassim Festival in Benicassim, Spain 2009.
THE STROKES: Albert Hammond Junior of The Strokes performing 2006.
And the winner is... MUSE: Lead singer Matthew Bellamy performs during the Closing Ceremony at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)