While multiple sources reported that Conor McGregor’s big 30th birthday bash was postponed until after his court appearance in the US later this month, it didn’t stop him from having a nice time at Longitud with his niece.
On the eve of his 30th birthday, he rocked up to Longitude to hang out backstage with Quavo and Rel Money.
He spent the night with Erin McGregor’s daughter, as they enjoyed their own private area at the sold-out festival.
One reveler tweeted a photo of him in Marlay Park saying, “Unexpected appearance from Conor McGregor at longitude last night ???? ????”
Unexpected appearance from Conor McGregor at longitude last night ???? ???? pic.twitter.com/0Te5HzIYqc
— louise (@louisebee860) July 14, 2018
This is the second festival in Dublin Conor has enjoyed this summer, having headed along to see the acts at Forbidden Fruit last month too.
The UFC champion had his own private area right in front of the stage and distracted audiences from the performers with his own star power.
One festival-goer was amazed to see him tweeting, “Conor f***ing Mcgregor ????”
— luca pensa (@luca_pensa) July 14, 2018
Despite his private area, Conor didn’t keep to himself there all night.
He ventured out to make people’s day by posing with them for photos.
A pink polo neck t-shirt accompanied by a black and gold watch were part of his get up as he left his twenties behind.
Not one to just watch the acts like the rest of us, he made sure to hangout with them too.
Quavo and Rel Money shared snaps in a recording booth with the star.
They did some mock sparring and wished the Crumlin lad a happy birthday.
Conor is expected to have some very lowkey birthday celebrations with his family today, as his big birthday bash has been postponed until after his court date on the 26th of July.
He will appear in New York later this month to face charges relating to the incident at the UFC223 media event, after which he was arrested.
A source close to the UFC star previously told The Irish Sun, “Conor thinks it will all be over soon and he’s confident they’ll be able to sort it.”