A large group of other well-known musicians joined the remaining Foo Fighters members at Wembley Stadium in London earlier today for a concert.

Along with Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters performing collectively in public for the first time since Hawkins' passing

Here are some highlights from today's 6-hour Taylor Hawkins tribute concert with a star-studded lineup.

For example, Liam Gallagher assisted in opening the event with a cover of Oasis' "Life Forever."

Unsurprisingly, the Foo Fighters' performance, during which they brought in a variety of drummers to honour Hawkins, was the most emotional part of the evening.

Along with Bushell, this group also featured Josh Freese, Travis Barker, Rufus Taylor, and a powerful rendition of the band's "Learn To Fly" by Bushell.

Shane Hawkins, the 16-year-old drummer who performed on the bands' "My Hero," was the night's final drummer. Which, yeah: It's difficult to remain composed throughout that one.

To put it mildly, it was a huge event with a star-studded lineup.