WATCH: Damien Rice, U2, Imelda May and more perform at Dublin's annual Christmas Eve busking session
It's become a staple of Christmas time in Ireland.
Some of the biggest names in Irish music came together outside Dublin's Gaiety Theatre once more for a huge busking session on Christmas Eve.
Among the stars were Bono, The Edge, Imelda May, The Coronas, Damien Rice and Glen Hansard.
A huge crowd gathered to watch the now-annual concert, and it looked like there was a lovely vibe in town.
Many in attendance have been sharing footage from the impromptu gig on social media, including Damien Rice playing a blistering, slowed-down cover of Radiohead's classic track 'Creep.'
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The entire ensemble also teamed up for a vintage rendition of Christmas classic 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)', originally sung by Darlene Love in 1963. U2 also gave a blast of 'Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way.'
Clips via Harry Kantas
Bono and The Edge also played a stirring version of O Night Divine, which can be watched below thanks to MCD concert photographer Tom Flynn.
Proceeds from the busking session go to the Simon Community, which provides essential services to people who are homeless. Visit here if you can afford to make a donation.