FOO Fighters are expected to confirm their headline slot at this year's Glastonbury Festival later today.

The band, fronted by former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, has sent fans a 'ticket' - mirroring their online branding - designed as a boarding ticket for a flight on February 21 at 6pm, which is understood to be the time the band will reveal the gig.

Previously booked to headline the event in 2015, Foo Fighters were forced to pull out after Grohl broke his leg.

The band's website, pictured below, also features tour dates - with a Glastonbury-sized hole in the June schedule.

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Radiohead have already been confirmed as Pyramid Stage headliners at the Somerset festival, which runs between June 21 and 25.

Others also confirmed for the line-up include country legend Kris Kristofferson, while acts rumoured to perform include Ed Sheeran, The Mark Lanegan Band and Stormzy.

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Keep an eye on for more news as and when it comes.

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