Mumford and Sons
Marcus Mumford, pictured performing with his band Mumford & Sons at Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee, on June 13, 2015, covered "Sweet Dreams" Tuesday night during a performance in Inglewood, California. Getty

Fans of Mumford & Sons and Blink-182 were treated to a dream performance Tuesday night. Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus joined the band onstage to cover the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams" during a concert at the Forum in Inglewood, California.

The Vaccines and Jack Garratt, who are opening for Mumford & Sons on their 2015 tour, also joined the band for the performance. In a fan-shot video, Hoppus, 43, is shown bouncing around the stage, while Garratt pounds away on electric drum pads and Marcus Mumford plays guitar and sings.

Watch a video of the performance below:

Tuesday night wasn't the first time the band has covered the 1983 hit "Sweet Dreams." In July, the band played the cover in a BBC Radio 2 session at the Maida Vale studios in London for the first time. They also have been playing the song on their current tour.

Mumford & Sons released "Wilder Mind" on May 4, which features the singles "Believe" and "The Wolf." The indie-folk band made a name for themselves with the 2009 album "Sigh No More," which had the hit "Little Lion Man." In 2011, the album peaked at number two on the Billboard 200.

Hoppus has been keeping busy with Blink-182, who reportedly are working on music with Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba, who has taken over for Tom DeLonge after he left Blink-182 earlier this year. No release date has been announced for the band's new music.