As if performing to the masses in Malahide Castle wasn't enough, one of the biggest bands in the world chose to deliver a special treat to a select group of Irish fans on Wednesday night.
In Whelan's the band took to the (much smaller) stage for a short acoustic performance before Butler manned the DJ decks for an after party.
After thanking fans for what seemed like a cracking show out in Malahide, Win Butler announced on Twitter that there would be a dance party in Whelan's afterwards, with Whelan's manager teasing something similar around the same time on Wednesday night.
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The boxes appeared in stores on Mary Street, Henry Street and Grafton Street, including other locations.
And punters who managed to nab one of the cereal boxes got admittance to the Whelan's show as well as a single version of the band's latest song Creature Comforts from new album Everything Now.
The band has been treating fans to a number of secret and intimate performances as they build towards the July 28th release of Everything Now.
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The Canadian rockers played to a crowd of 35,000 at the huge Malahide Castle show before taking to the stage at the iconic capital venue to play their new song Creature Comforts.
The band marched into the venue foyer to surprise fans with more music and also handed out water to gig-goers.
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