U2 frontman Bono made a guest appearance onstage at Croke Park alongside Bruce Springsteen on Sunday night.
The Boss was back on stage perforning hits including ‘Born in the U.S.A’ and ‘Born To Run’ at Croke Park on Sunday night for the second of his two sellout shows in the capital – and it looks like he’s pulling out all the stops to make it just as memorable as night one.
New Jersey born rocker was joined onstage by U2 frontman Bono to perform a cover of the Patti Smith song ‘Because The Night’.
Bono was spotted arriving at the gig by fans along with bandmates the Edge and Larry Mullen.
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Springsteen returned to Croker after a rousing three and a half hour concert on Friday night in front of 80,000 fans – including Enda Kenny.
The Taoiseach was spotted air guitaring along to ‘Dancing In the Dark’ during The Boss’s set.
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