Watch Foo Fighters perform with Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello, Queen’s Roger Taylor and more at pre-Super Bowl gig

The setlist was packed with classics and covers

Foo Fighters were joined onstage by Rage Against The Machine‘s Tom Morello and Queen‘s Roger Taylor during a performance in Atlanta last night. Check out the footage below.

Dave Grohl and co. were playing a pre-Super Bowl show in the city, which was opened by Run The Jewels. While firing through a 19-song set of big hits and covers, the Foos welcomed some very special guests throughout the evening.

Taking on Queen classic ‘Under Pressure’, drummer of the legendary group Roger Taylor took to the stage. Later, a rendition of Black Sabbath‘s ‘War Pigs’ saw Zac Brown and Tom Morello join the band.

The musicians stuck around for a cover of ‘Mountain Song’ by Jane’s Addiction, with the band’s frontman Perry Farrell also making an appearance on his ‘Nothing’s Shocking’ single.

The special show was streamed live and you can watch it in full below.

Beginning with the Foos’ 2002 single ‘All My Life’, the show also included live airings of ‘Learn To Fly’, ‘The Pretender’, and ‘Times Like These’. The gig ended with ‘Best Of You’ and 1997 classic, ‘Everlong’. See the full setlist below.

Foo Fighters played:

All My Life (with “Cat Scratch Fever” interlude)
Learn to Fly
The Pretender (with “Train Kept a Rolling” interlude)
The Sky Is a Neighborhood
Times Like These
Sunday Rain
My Hero
These Days
Walk
La Dee Da (with Dave Koz)
Guitar Solo / Another One Bites the Dust / Imagine / Jump / Blitzkrieg Bop / Day-Oh
Under Pressure (Queen cover) (with Roger Taylor)
Monkey Wrench
Run
War Pigs (Black Sabbath cover) (with Zac Brown and Tom Morello)
Mountain Song (Jane’s Addiction cover) (with Perry Farrell, Zac Brown, and Tom Morello)
Best of You
Everlong

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl also shared a stage with Zac Brown earlier this week for a cover of Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’.

Meanwhile, the Super Bowl will take place tonight (February 3) at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, with Maroon 5 set to play the halftime show.