Two new Luke Kelly statues have been unveiled in Dublin this week.
Wednesday marked the 35th anniversary of the musician’s death and the statues were officially unveiled on the same day.
The sculptures were presented by President Michael D Higgins in front of family, friends and fans of the Dubliners star.
The first of the figures, created by sculptor John Coll was unveiled on South King St.
The bronze life-size statue depicts Luke Kelly singing and playing banjo and was donated to the city by the late Gerry Hunt.
A marble portrait head of Luke, which is over two metres high was unveiled on Royal Canal, Guild St/Sheriff St.
President Higgins today unveiled a marble statue, created by portrait artist Vera Klute, in honour of Luke Kelly.https://t.co/w3GoCVj4sv pic.twitter.com/29TDKnam3n
— President of Ireland (@PresidentIRL) January 30, 2019
The significant day continued with a tribute concert with artists such as Glen Hansard and Damien Dempsey performing at Liberty Hall.
Check out the photos below.