Coldplay paid an emotional tribute to an Irish fan who was meant to be at their Croke Park show but sadly passed away months before the gig.
The band brought their Head Full of Dreams tour to Dublin on Saturday night. Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Gerry Berryman and Will Champion filled Croke Park with colourful balloons, fireworks and rainbow confetti as they played their biggest hits to over 80,000 fans.
The band dedicated 'Sky Full Of Stars' to Susan Valentine, who died last November, after her friend Jamie Kelly met Chris Martin on O'Connell Street.
Speaking to 98FM, Jamie said the Coldplay frontman "couldn't have been nicer".
"I met Chris on Friday on O'Connell Street. I has heard he was going to the cinema so myself and a friend went in to hopefully meet him.
My friend Susan Valentine sadly passed away in November. She had a ticket to the show so I really wanted to tell my story to Chris.
When he arrived on O'Connell Street I approached him and told him about Susan and asked if he would dedicate a song to her.
He gave me a hug and said 'I'm so sorry, man'. He then assured me he would do it at the show tomorrow.
He didn't rush me and was such a gent and very down to earth."
Coldplay paid tribute to Susan at the start of 'Sky Full Of Stars'. Jamie says it was a very emotional moment for him and Susan's family, who also attended the gig.
Another stand-out moment from Saturday night's gig was when wheelchair user, Rob, crowd-surfed his way to the stage. The personal trainer was stage-ready and brought his own harmonica to play alongside Chris Martin.
Meanwhile, a massive Coldplay fan Dublin Bus. Some eagle-eyed commuters spotted the below message on the Dublin Bus app on Saturday.