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'Dublin has a special place in my heart': Stormzy wore the tricolour and gave it socks on stage at Longitude

A special night.

THERE WAS NO doubting that Stormzy was the act people wanted to see at Longitude in Marley Park last night – and he certainly gave them a show.

Earlier in the day, he had let everyone know how special the Dublin crowd is to him, having previously tweeted out his love for the famous Smithfield mural:

And by all accounts, the gig last night was worth the headline appearance

STORMZY Source: Longitude

It might be his first time headlining a festival, but it won’t be his last.

As is standard, someone threw the Irish flag up on stage for Stormzy to wear – and you could tell he was absolutely loving it

Legend! #merky #problem #longitude #stormzy #dublin #longitude2017

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Hopefully after his reception last night, Dublin and Ireland will maintain that special place in his heart

🌪👋 #merky2017

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He killed it on a jam-packed first night at Longitude

“More Stormzy, please” – Ireland

safetosay Source: @SarahDoylerrr

There were, predictably, scenes throughout

Welcome back any time, Stormzy

The gauntlet has been well and truly thrown down for the rest of Longitude.

Some weekend ahead.

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