Foo Fighters pay tribute to Keith Flint, pitch Oasis reunion & Rickroll the audience at Reading festival

ABC/Travis BellFoo Fighters closed out a U.K. tour Sunday with an eventful headlining show at the Reading festival. Here are a few things of note that happened:

Prior to playing the song "Run," frontman Dave Grohl dedicated the performance to the late Prodigy frontman Keith Flint, who died in March at age 49. "I'd like to sing this one for Keith from The Prodigy," Grohl told the crowd.

Drummer Taylor Hawkins' kit during the show featured a photo of the estranged Gallagher brothers of Oasis, and he took a moment to pitch a petition to convince the beloved U.K. outfit to reunite. "One of these days, we'll get Oasis back," Hawkins said. "We'll sign a petition, everyone here."

Finally, in what has become a Foo Fighters tradition, the band Rickrolled the audience by inviting up the one and only Rick Astley to perform "Never Gonna Give You Up." As he's done during previous shows, Grohl teased the opening riff to the iconic Nirvana hit "Smells Like Teen Spirit" before Astley took the stage to belt out his 1987 single.

Foo Fighters are now headed back to the U.S., and will play the Bourbon & Beyond and Pilgrimage festivals in September.

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