Fans flock to Daniel O'Donnell's charity gig
when Daniel O'Donnell broke his self-imposed concert ban to perform for charity, it had fans flocking from all over the world.
Daniel even missed Donegal's clash with Tyrone just to raise money for the hospital where his mother Julia died a year ago.
The original gig had been due to take place a year ago, on the evening of Julia's death at Dungloe Community Hospital.
"We're getting around to it now," said Daniel before he took to the stage in front of 2,500 fans in a rain-swept car park in the centre of the town.
"My mother died there last year on the day we had been planning this and I said we'd definitely do it another time.
"The Dungloe Community Hospital is like other community hospitals around Ireland. They provide vital care for elderly people close to their families and communities. It is so important.
"I saw for myself what the staff did for my mother, not just in her final days, but in the years before when she was cared for there from time to time.
"Times are difficult for all community hospitals and any-thing extra they can get to provide a better service is good."