Foo Fighters cancel European gigs due to Grohl’s leg injury including the Glastonbury festival.
Four days ago band member Dave Grohl fell off stage during a concert in Sweden and broke his leg. The injury meant the Foo Fighters had to cancel multiple upcoming concerts, such as two gigs in Switzerland in the coming week and their appearance on the Glastonbury festival.
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According to the reports Grohl broke his right fibula when he fell off stage during the show. After breaking his leg Dave Grohl was rushed to the hospital but came back in a cast to finish the show, however the same won’t be possible for other shows.
Dave Grohl recently wrote a lengthy letter on Foo Fighters official website about his injury and the reason why Foo Fighters won’t be able to perform for some time.
Grohl shared there are 6 metal screws in his leg right now and his doctor has advised him to stay low meaning no performing. In Grohl’s defense he does has to keep his leg elevated so making appearances in concerts is not an option.
Dave Grohl went on to detail how if not taken seriously his injury could cause long term damages, but he is really sorry the fans won’t be able to see the band perform for some time. Grohl promised his fans as they have always stood by him he will stand by them and as soon as he recovers give a performance of a lifetime.
While Emily Eavis the organizer of the Glastonbury festival is not giving up even though the main performers Foo Fighters had to cancel.
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However the organizer of the Glastonbury festival has given people the green light and ensured other performances are planned for the festival. Although Emily Eavis remained vague on the details of the new arrangements she did specify a plan B is in place.