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The ‘Stranger Things’ kids went to see Foo Fighters together

They even got to meet Dave Grohl

Members of the Stranger Things cast went to a Foo Fighters show at the weekend.

Dave Grohl and band played a concert on Saturday night (April 28) in Atlanta, where the Netflix show is largely filmed.

The trio – Sadie Sink, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin – took to social media to share photos and footage from the gig, where they even got to meet frontman Grohl backstage and watch the show from side stage (scroll below to see).

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Sink later took to Instagram to thank the band, while Matarazzo said that his mind was blown.

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Thank you Foo Fighters!!!

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Recently, the creators of Stranger Things were hit with a lawsuit for allegedly stealing the show’s concept.

Filmmaker Charlie Kessler produced a short film in 2012 called Montauk and alleges that he and his agents pitched the idea of turning it into a full series to the Duffer Brothers in April 2014.

Kessler is seeking monetary compensation and “destruction of all materials that were allegedly ripped off from his concept”.

The Duffer Brothers’ attorney issued a statement in response, saying: “Mr Kessler’s claim is completely meritless. He had no connection to the creation or development of Stranger Things. The Duffer Brothers have neither seen Mr Kessler’s short film nor discussed any project with him. This is just an attempt to profit from other people’s creativity and hard work.”

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