It'll be the first time that the band have ever played at the awards ceremony, with this year's bash taking place on February 21
Foo Fighters have been confirmed as a live performer at The BRIT Awards 2018.
The Dave Grohl-led band, who are four-time BRIT Award-winners, will play at the celebrated ceremony for the very first time next month, with this year’s awards show due to take place at The O2 in London on February 21.
“How the fuck have we never played at The BRIT Awards before!?!?!” he said. “We’ve had a ton of firsts over in the UK – from our first festival (Reading ’95) to our first headlining arena tour (2002) to our first stadium tour (2008) – you guys have always been so good to us.
“Why not add 2018 Brit awards to the list??!?!? Let’s make some noise.”
Jack Whitehall has already been confirmed as the host of The BRIT Awards 2018, with the ceremony – the 38th in its history – set to be broadcast live on ITV.
Last month, Jorja Smith was confirmed as the first BRIT Award-winner after picking up the coveted Brits Critics’ Choice Award, which recognises “the future stars of British recording talent”.