If you're an Irish Daft Punk fan or a festival-goer in general, there's a good chance you've seen Daft as Punk.

In the absence of any actual Daft Punk tours or gigs, the Dubliners have been paying tribute to the French electro duo for the past seven years and have built up a healthy following for their shows.

Now, however, they're going one better by building a full-size replica of the pyramid that Daft Punk used on their 'Alive' tour in 2007.

As they say themselves, "this is costing us an arm and a f**kin' leg but it is going to be a legendary gig for years to come."

You'll be able to see it for yourselves at The Button Factory in Dublin on October 20th, where they'll play a late show (doors 12am/midnight). Tickets are €30 and on sale now.