Conor McGregor spotted among 70,000 at Rolling Stones Croke Park gig

UFC star Conor McGregor was one of the 70,000 people who were in attendance as The Rolling Stones took to the Croke Park stage last night.

The Crumlin man was snapped laughing and singing in a private suite with pal Keith Joyce and Corona's front man Danny O'Reilly.


McGregor was joined by Aslan guitarist Billy McGuinness, who was full of song and dance as he sang 'The Wild Rover'.

The legendary rockers satisfied Irish fans and showed them you can get what you want at a packed Croke Park in Dublin.

29-year-old fighter McGregor seemed to be in a good mood, as he laughed and sang with friends.


The Rolling Stones performed in front of a huge crowd in Dublin last night and fans seem to think that the band still have it.

Aslan guitarist Billy McGuinness singing with Conor McGregor and pals.

It is over 50 years since they started out but the titans of rock and roll treated fans to one classic hit after another on Thursday evening.

Mick Jagger, 74, Keith Richards, 73, Ronnie Wood, 70, and Charlie Watts, 76, showed that age is just a number as they impressed a strong crowd at Croker last night.

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