Foo Fighters are set to make an earlier-than-expected return to performing after Dave Grohl’s leg break, with the singer dropping a big hint that their North American tour would be going ahead as planned this weekend.

The frontman broke his leg when the band was playing live in Gothenburg, Sweden earlier in June, when he mis-stepped and fell in a gap between a ramp and the stage. They were forced to cancel the remainder of their European tour, including their Friday night headline slot at Glastonbury, plus three Wembley Stadium gigs and one at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.

Dave GrohlDave Grohl in London in June

With the North American leg of their world tour, in promotion of 2014’s album Sonic Highways, kicking off at the start of July, everybody had assumed that at least part of that campaign would have to be cancelled as well.

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However, Grohl took to Twitter on Tuesday (June 30th) to suggest that he would have sufficiently recovered in time to meet those concerts as planned. “Can’t f***ing wait for the 4th!!! See you at home, DC,” he wrote.

Despite being driven to hospital straight after the accident in Gothenburg, he did eventually return to perform the remainder of the gig sat in a chair on stage, having promised that he would do so. It’s unclear whether he’ll have to do the same again – broken legs tend to take a lot longer than a month to heal, after all.

Florence + The Machine stepped in to fill the vacant headline slot at Glastonbury last Friday (June 26th), and took the time to dedicate an acoustic cover version of the Foos’ ‘Times Like These’ to Grohl. Rumours already have it that the band is booked to headline in 2016 instead.

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