The Script surprised their most loyal fans outside the 3Arena last night.
Their Freedom Child Tour sold out two nights in Dublin starting last night.
The most dedicated fans queued for hours ahead of the gig to secure pit access and were rewarded with an impromptu meet and greet from the band themselves!
Danny, Mark and Glen were seriously sound and came out to give their fans who had been waiting in the cold loads of pizzas.
— ✨Sarah Barry ✨ (@BarrySjb) February 9, 2018
One particularly lucky fan received pizza and had an interaction with Danny later in the show when he caught her Irish flag and threw it back to her.
Tonight was honestly the best night of my whole entire life best concert ever @thescript ???? thank you so much @TheScript_Danny for cathching my flag and given it back to me best Day ever ???????????????? pic.twitter.com/HPLiBYfnR2
— ✨Sarah Barry ✨ (@BarrySjb) February 10, 2018
Speaking to Goss Sarah said “They came out and everyone was kind of amazed!”
“Everyone was just looking at Danny and he came around with the Dominos pizzas and was saying to everyone ‘Share that won’t you?’ I was absolutely shocked it was so nice of them to do it.”
“They honestly are the nicest people to their fans and even with the crowd last night they were amazing!”
Sarah described the concert on Twitter as the “best night of [her] whole entire life.”
As if feeding starving fans wasn’t enough, they also picked up an Honorary Lifetime Membership of The Law Society of University College Dublin yesterday before their show.
Much to the delight of students in UCD Danny borrowed the Society Auditor’s gold medallion during the presentation.
The guys will play to a sold out 3Arena again tonight.