WE'RE more used to seeing pictures of U2 frontman Bono out on the town partying with his pals.
But this evening will see the band's manager Paul McGuinness take centre stage at an invite-only bash.
The Diary can reveal that the Principle Management boss will be doing the honours at a photography exhibition at the Little Museum of Dublin.
Taking place at St Stephen's Green and entitled 'U2: 1978-81', the pictures were taken by Dublin snapper Patrick Brocklebank who worked as a photographer in the 1970s.
Hailed as a must-see for all U2 fans, some limited edition prints will also be available to buy for true fans of the Irish band.
Although it's doubtful that Bono himself will be there, given that he's over in America, plenty of the band's well-known showbiz pals are expected to pop in to check out the show including Guggi, Simon Carmody and Gavin Friday.
Including some new images of the iconic rock group in their very early days, there's a total of 33 pictures going up for display in the exhibition which will run until September 1.
Earlier this week, Bono delighted music fans in New York after casually dropping into uber-cool venue The Living Room for an impromptu gig with Glen Hansard (left).
The Oscar-winning Once star, whose musical is going down a storm in the Big Apple, was over the moon when his famous pal joined him for the last song The Auld Triangle.
Hansard was performing for a recording of show Live At The Loft on Sirius radio when the pint-sized crooner popped in to join him.