The Script have declared their sold out Croke Park gig on Saturday night as “the best night of our lives”.
The Dublin rockers played to 80,000 adoring fans as part of their No Sound Without Silence tour and revealed their Croker gig “humbled” them the most.
The lads entered from the back of the arena, greeting fans with hugs and handshakes as they made their way to the stage.
Croker: Danny said the gig was the best night of their lives
The foursome lived up to their promise of audience interaction and took to a smaller stage in the centre of the park to perform the track that first put them on the map as a new band – The Man That Can’t Be Moved.
Lead singer Danny O’Donoghue thanked fans for their support over the years since they were “struggling musicians” and appeared visibly emotional when the crowd erupted in cheers.
Famous faces at the gig included Dublin models Louise Johnston and Michele McGrath.
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Following their landmark gig, The Script hosted an after party in The Sugar Club where the group played their very first gig to a crowd of “65 people – I know because I counted them,” Danny said.