Wacken Open Air 2018
[Photo by: Wacken Open AIr]

Two elderly men escaped a German nursing home on Friday to attend Wacken Open Air, a festival dubbed as the world’s largest heavy metal festival.

If that isn’t goals we’re not sure what is.

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According to German news outlet Deutsche Welle, nursing home officials alerted police after noticing the two men missing from the facility.

Authorities located the two metalheads around 3AM at Wacken Open Air, a festival that is must-attend for all die-hard heavy metal fans.

A police spokeswoman stated they were “disoriented and dazed” and reluctant to leave. It took a bit of convincing, but the two were eventually escorted back to their nursing home with the help of a taxi and a patrol car.

“They obviously liked the metal festival,” police spokeswoman Merle Neufeld told Norddeutscher Rundfunk. “The care home quickly organized a return transport after police picked them up.”

The 4-day festival had an estimated 75,000 attendees during its sold-out event that included acts such as Danzig, Judas Priest and Hatebreed.

You can check out the early glimpse of Wacken 2019 below!

Will these golden-aged metalheads attempt a Wacken round two next year? One thing is for sure, these two elderly gentlemen are GOALS.

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