Mick Jagger spotted at Ireland v Pakistan test cricket match in Malahide
The Rolling Stones frontman is in Ireland ahead of their Croke Park gig this week.
Mick Jagger was spotted in the unlikely venue of Malahide cricket grounds on Sunday afternoon, as images of the rock icon were shared of him taking in Ireland's first ever test cricket match against Pakistan.
Jagger is an unlikely cricket fan, having followed the game for most of his adult life.
I don't think Mumbai have scored enough runs in the #IPLfinal to win this, but you never know?
— Mick Jagger (@MickJagger) May 21, 2017
The Kent-native sat alongside the Commercial Director of Cricket Ireland,Dennis Cousins, during day three of the International Cricket Test match between Ireland and Pakistan.
And he even indulged in a glass of craft stout brewed by Rye River Brewing Company in Celbridge, Kildare for Gibney’s in Malahide, who ran the bars at the event.
When in Rome, we suppose.
— Cricket Ireland (@Irelandcricket) May 13, 2018
Frontman Jagger and his Rolling Stones bandmates are in the country ahead of their gig at Croke Park on 17 May.
The band kicks off their No Filter tour at the Jones' Road venue later this week.