The Foo Fighters played two sold-out shows Saturday and Sunday at Milton Keynes Bowl in England, where the band was joined on both nights by a number of special guests.

Saturday night's concert featured appearances from Husker Du frontman Bob Mould who joined them for "Dear Rosemary," a track from the Wasting Light album on which he appears.

Queen drummer Roger Taylor who joined the group on drums for "Cold Day In The Sun," while Foos drummer Taylor Hawkins stepped out to sing lead vocals.

Alice Cooper sang his own "School's Out" with the group to close out Saturday's set.

Sunday night brought out Led Zeppelin bassist and Foos frontman Dave Grohl's bandmate in Them Crooked Vultures, John Paul Jones

Got the videos with Roger Taylor and Alice Cooper here.