Bono, Hozier, Glen Hansard, Kodaline, Ronan Keating and The Script busk on Dublin's Grafton Street for charity
The annual busking tradition on Dublin's Grafton Street continued on Christmas Eve but instead of one or two artists surprising shoppings there were six.
U2 frontman Bono was joined by Hozier, Glen Hansard, Kodaline, Ronan Keating and The Script on the shopping street and a huge crowd gathered to catch a glimpse.
Hozier kicked off proceedings with Take Me to Church followed by U2's cover of When Love Comes to Town and then their song Every Breaking Wave from their latest Innocence + Experience album.
The artists performed to raise money for the Simon Community.
Bono and Hozier busking in Grafton Street pic.twitter.com/1UPXFpBDKN— Gianluca Avagnina (@GianlucAvagnina) December 24, 2015
It's a Glen/Hozier Off with Bono on Grafton St! pic.twitter.com/k0BR4acCOb— Anna Nolan (@annanolan70) December 24, 2015
When Love Comes To Town - Grafton Street Busking https://t.co/hjVtZbVmcO— atu2 (@atu2) December 24, 2015
Saw Bon o, Hozier, Imelda May, Glen Hansard, Ronan Keating and some of The Script and Kodaline busking on Grafton St pic.twitter.com/xYEDMATDPD— Linda (@AuroraBelle2) December 24, 2015