It may look like Bruce Springsteen's Kilkenny followers were afforded refugee status ahead of The Boss' Nowlan Park concerts over the weekend, but no - these are the fancy 'Camp Hubs' made available to fans looking for a bed for the night after their hero's two spectacular shows in the Marble county last weekend.

The Camp Hub facilities, their website tells us, are state of the art and give you access to a comfortable two man tent, showers, toilets and there's even a table tennis table (because everybody loves trying to sleep with incessant 'ping' and 'pong' noises near your tent).

Springsteen wowed Nowlan park with a couple of his now legendary three hour plus performances, along with an 18 piece band, showing that even at the ripe old age of 63 the New Jersey native hasn't lost one ounce of the pep in his step.

Springsteen stayed in Dublin's Merrion Hotel over the weekend and took time to sign a few autographs for fans outside, see below for the snaps.