There's no avoiding those Spinal Tap moments, no matter how amazing your production may be. At Foo Fighters' recent show in Amsterdam, the beginning of the band's set was halted by a giant curtain which didn't fall correctly, leaving Dave Grohl and his custom throne completely wrapped up.

Foo Fighters like to switch up their setlist quite a bit, so fans never really know which track will kick off a show. On Nov. 5, the opening track was "Everlong," but the classic tune had to be halted thanks to a rogue curtain. It was planned to fall at the exact right time, which the curtain did, only the middle section fell about halfway, leaving a giant tent around Dave Grohl at center stage.

Being a consummate professional, Dave Grohl kept playing and singing while completely immersed in darkness, making it almost all the way through the song's first verse before finally calling for a pause. After a couple of minutes, Amsterdam's Ziggo Dome finally just pulled the Foo Fighters' curtain back up into the rafters, freeing Dave Grohl and his throne.

“Sometimes it’s the f---ed up things that make you remember the show for the rest of your life,” Grohl said before bringing "Everlong" back to its beginning.

Check out fan-filmed footage of the Foo Fighters' curtain fail in the clip above!

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