Jeff Goldblum is best known for his acting career but he is also an accomplished musician.

During soundcheck at Glastonbury where he was set to perform with his band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Goldblum charmed the crowd as he went off script.

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“Jeff Goldblum – in zebra print trousers – is having a casual chat with the crowd at West Holts 20 minutes before the start of his set with the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra,” the official Glastonbury Twitter account tweeted as he took the stage.

“Getting to do another album with the sweet, sweet, enchanted elves and sprites from Decca has me floating on air,” he reportedly said while announcing his newest album. “Somebody please pinch me (ow, not so hard).”

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“I only hope that listeners feel what I felt when we made the record – an explosive release of ecstasy. It’s amazing to let the cat a bit out of the bag here at Glastonbury in the fleshy flesh!”

Goldblum’s full set also included a “no Brexit chat”, conducting the audience “in a rendition of the ‘Jurassic Park’ theme”, and asking the audience to call out names of famous movies where he would then respond with a famous quote from the film.

“Taxi Driver”, yelled one person, “Are you talkn’ to me?” he responded. Another added “Terminator” to which Goldblum quipped, “I’ll be back.”

Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP
Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP

And while there were lots of laughs (like the camera cutting to a person dressed up as a dinosaur) as the band played the “Jurassic Park” song, there was also the music from his debut album The Capitol Studio Sessions like “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free” and a cover of “Let’s Face The Music And Dance” which Goldblum pulled Sharon Van Etten onstage for.

Glastonbury has had some pretty incredible performances, but Goldblum’s could go down as the most memorable.