On Sunday, the weekend ended with a stunning performance by folk sensation Hozier, who captivated a sold-out crowd of 45,000 people, his greatest audience to date.

Hozier performed an incredible set that drew from his whole career and featured music from his chart-topping album, Unreal Unearth, including his first Official Number One hit, ‘Too Sweet’. Fan favorites like ‘Take Me To Church’ captivated the audience, and he ended the night with a rousing rendition of ‘Work Song’.

The atmosphere was electrifying, and the audience was treated to outstanding opening performers such as the soulful Ye Vagabonds, the energetic Lord Huron, and the powerful Brittany Howard. Howard’s enchantment did not stop there; she returned to the stage for a captivating duet with Hozier.

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The Wolfe Tones played their final London gig on Friday night, wrapping up a remarkable 60-year career with timeless hits like ‘Come Out Ye Black & Tans’ and ‘My Heart Is In Ireland’. The wonderful Imelda May surprised everyone and made the event even more remarkable.

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Irish artists such as The Undertones, The Sharon Shannon Big Band, The Scratch, and Brògeal delivered remarkable performances on stage. It was a perfect tribute to The Wolfe Tones’ amazing trip, leaving the crowd feeling awed and nostalgic.

This weekend was a fantastic showcase of Irish music, talent, and legacy.