Blur frontman Damon Albarn delighted fans in a Dublin city centre venue as he made a post-gig appearance there last night.
The band played a sold-out gig at Malahide Castle yesterday which saw Albarn and fellow band members Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree perform their iconic songs and completely enthrall the masses, ten years on from their last performance in the capital.
After the gig, the 55-year-old frontman popped in for a visit at the popular Fade Street Social restaurant and bar. Venue Manager Joseph McColgan sent Dublin Live a pic of the musician posing with beaming staff. McColgan added: "In Fade last night."
Fade Street Social is no stranger to celebrity customers. Hollywood star Will Ferrell was also previously spotted there, as well as comedy star Seth Meyers and Dublin actor Colm Meaney.
After Blur's hugely successful gig this weekend, the 'Girls and Boys' hitmakers are set to have busy summer. They're also due to perform at the Beauregard Festival in Normandy on July 6 as part of their 2023 run.
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