THE foodies were out in force at Taste of Dublin last weekend and the Iveagh Gardens was heaving with Ireland's top celebs.
Retired rugby ace Brian O'Driscoll and his other half Amy Huberman turned out to enjoy the sunshine on Saturday afternoon, as did Xpose's Peter O'Riordan with his partner Stephanie Evans and their son Oliver.
Also paying a visit was rugby star Gordon D'Arcy and his wife Aoife Cogan and their daughter Soleil.
Sunday was also busy with Mairead Farrell - or should we say Mairead Ronan - and her new hubby Louis popping in to the Prime by Aldi tent.
Spotted enjoying Spring Break's set were Lucy Kennedy, Sile Seoige and Morah Ryan with her son Rex.
Meanwhile, as everyone enjoyed the summer rays by the fountain, kids had their faces painted by helpers dressed as Minions characters, from the upcoming movie.
Elsewhere, crowds gathered on Saturday afternoon to see Kevin Thornton's demonstration at the Nespresso stand.
Other popular demonstrations over the weekend included Roz Purcell and Clodagh McKenna.
Frank Lero has announced his first Dublin show at The Academy as Frnklero And The Cellabration on September 2 next.
Frank is no stranger to the stage as he is ex-guitarist of My Chemical Romance, which spilt in 2013.
Tickets are €18.50 and go on sale this Friday at 9am.
Having sold out all of their Dublin shows Little Hours will return to one of Dublin's iconic music venues, Whelan's, this October 15.
The duo has signed with RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, and release their second single Tired today.
Tickets go on sale Friday at 10am and will cost €16.50 including booking fee.
Peter Hook & The Light will make their return to Dublin's Academy on November 27, performing New Order albums Low-Life and Brotherhood.
Dublin fans are in for a treat with Hooky and his band set to open their set with Joy Division classics.
Tickets are €23.50 and go on sale from Ticketmaster this Thursday at 9am.