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Kodaline played a secret gig in Galway last night, and hundreds queued to get in

Along with London Grammar and Dan Croll, in a 200-capacity pub.

Source: Provision

KODALINE PLAYED A smallish traditional music pub in Galway last night, in a surprise gig for 200 fans.

The Dublin band took the stage in An Púcán as part of a late-notice Guinness Amplify event, alongside London Grammar and singer-songwriter Dan Croll.

This is what the queue looked like, after word emerged yesterday morning that the gig was taking place:

Kodaline tweeted yesterday morning:

And Guinness Amplify – a series of music events announced as a replacement for Arthur’s Day – posted this Vine. (Is that a pack of toilet roll your man is holding? We think it might be.)

Fans queued from 4pm for wristbands, but only 200 were admitted.

They played a set including their signature cover, Dirty Old Town.

Kodaline were preceded on stage by London Grammar…

Screen Shot 2014-09-28 at 00.53.27 London Grammar on stage Source: Provision

… and Dan Croll.

Source: Provision

But naturally, plenty of people missed out.

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