Dermot Kennedy has thanked fans after his latest gig in Limerick’s Thomond Park, which broke the stadium’s records.
The singer became the first ever artist to sell out three nights in the venue, playing to a crowd 90,000 strong.
Thanking fans, Dermot wrote on Twitter: “That’s a wrap!!! 90,000 people in here over the last three days. The first artist ever to sell out 3 nights at Thomond Park.”
“Thank you for breaking that record!!! What a beautiful feeling these last few days have been!! Thank you thank you thank you.”
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But that wasn’t Dermot’s only achievement recently as the Dubliner made his Glastonbury debut just weeks ago.
The iconic music festival is a massive accomplishment, with other artists playing at the Glastonbury this year including Elton John, The Arctic Monkeys, Lizzo, Guns N’ Roses, The Chicks, Lana Del Rey, Lil Nas X and many more.
“Glastonbury, thank you so much for showing up like that for me today,” he wrote alongside a picture of himself on the Glastonbury stage.
“The last three days have been insane. The two biggest headline shows I’ve ever done, straight into Glastonbury this afternoon on no sleep.
“We’ve been on the road since February, and some of the shows we’ve gotten to do have been so incredible, in some of the best venues in the world. This will all sink in in a while. I’m about to lie down for a week straight. Please know that I love ya.”