At New Jersey's MetLife Stadium, just outside of New York in East Rutherford, rock band Coldplay kicked off the North American leg of their "Head Full of Dreams" tour. The band returned to the same venue the following night, and in order to make things a little more interesting, Coldplay brought out actor Michael J. Fox to the stage to recreate one of the most iconic scenes from American cinema.
During the show's final encore, lead singer Chris Martin brought out Michael J. Fox to the stage as he was wielding a Gibson Les Paul. Coldplay then jammed out to a couple of '50s classics such as the Penguins' "Earth Angel," with the help of Michael J. Fox. Then it was only right that the group perform Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode," which was an homage to the popular Back to the Future. The song was a request from Martin's son, Moses, who was hoping that he would be able to get a real life rendition of a performance in his favorite movie. Check out the epic recreation of the famous scene in the video above.
Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991, but has been known to reprise the famous scene at the annual benefits for his Michael J. Fox Foundation For Parkinson's Research, according to Billboard.
Coldplay's Chris Martin and Michael J. Fox previously performed together in 2013 for the benefit in New York City.
Coldplay's "Head Fulls of Dreams" tour marches on to Indianapolis for a July 20 concert.