WACKEN, Germany (CBSDFW.COM) – You’re never too old. Two elderly men escaped their nursing home Friday to attend the world’s largest heavy metal festival, according to a German news report.

The Deutsche Welle reports the nursing home told police that the two men were missing from their rooms.

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The pair was eventually found at the Wacken Open Air festival at around 3 a.m. local time. The four-day event is said to be the world’s largest heavy metal festival. Police said the two were “disoriented and dazed,” according to Deutsche Welle.

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The elderly metalheads reportedly did not want to leave the festival so easily. Police had to escort them back to the nursing home with a taxi and a patrol car.

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According to Deutsche Welle, the world-renowned festival sold out with an expected attendance of 75,000 people. Headline acts included Danzig, Judas Priest, Hatebreed and In Flames.