Guns N' Roses have jetted into Dublin ahead of their Slane Castle gig tomorrow.
Before they headline the show in front of 80,000 fans the American rockers have been spotted around town enjoying the sights and fine weather.
Bass player Duff McKagan headed to Harry Street, just off Grafton Street, and posed for a photo with the statue of Irish rock legend Phil Lynott. In his recent autobiography 'How To Be A Man' McKagan listed Thin Lizzy as one of his all time favourite bands.
Supporting Guns N' Roses at Slane will be Royal Blood, Mark Lanegan and Irish group Otherkin. For the first time the owner of Slane Castle, Lord Henry Mountcharles, won't be in attendance at one of his gigs. He is recovering from a chest infection and said through a spokesman that he will 'be there in spirit.' It's been 25 years since Guns N' Roses last played the venue and it promises to be one hell of a show.