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Stars line out for U2's A-list after-party in Dublin


A host of Irish music legends and celebrities hit the town to join U2 for their celebrations at the Liquor Rooms beneath the Clarence Hotel following their final Dublin show

U2 brought their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour to the 3Arena for four sold-out dates, and were joined by many famous faces including Matt Damon who was hanging out with Kodaline’s Steve Garrigan and his girlfriend Diana Bunici.

Amy Huberman and Brian O’Driscoll also attended the gig while audience members got a big surprise as Imelda May and Panti Bliss joined the band on stage on their final night.

U2 Afterparty at The Clarence Hotel

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Hozier arrived in the same car as Bono and The Edge, while Hollywood actor Matt Damon arrived in disguise and enjoyed the party with his wife Luciana Barroso.

Noel Gallagher stopped by the party, and Bono’s actress daughter Eve Hewson also made an appearance with Bono’s wife Ali arriving later with dad Terry Stewart,

Keith Duffy also attended the after-party with his wife Lisa. The rock stars were also joined by Gavin Friday, Guggi, John Rocha, Gavin James and former manager Paul McGuinness.

U2 Afterparty at The Clarence Hotel

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The band’s final Dublin show was not to be missed, with Bono referring to Panti as Dr Panti Bliss and saying, “Trailblazing on marriage equality in the country, now the country is trailblazing marriage equality in the world.”

The U2 frontman also gushed that the passing of the marriage equality act made him feel “so proud to be Irish”.

“We are putting the gay into Gaelic,” he said.

“Would the queen of Ireland be able to take another queen walking beside her on the stage? Dublin’s very own queen of rock’n’roll, Imelda May. Here she comes.”

U2 Afterparty at The Clarence Hotel

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The band also paid a touching tribute to tour manager Dennis Sheahan, who passed away earlier this year.

A video montage played of the manager dancing and posing for photographs while Bono explained that he was a huge support for the band.

The band will close their Innocence + Experience world tour with two gigs in Paris on December 6 and 7.