Now that's teamwork.
Last night, Damien Dempsey played his third sold out Vicar St gig marking the 18th anniversary of the singer's first solo album, They Don't Teach This Shit in School.
Videos circulating online show the crowd worshipping "at the church of Damo" with amazing footage of concert-goer Graham Merrigan crowd-surfing in his wheelchair doing the rounds on Twitter.
Numerous users have shared videos of the incredible moment, with journalist Phillip O' Connor writing:
'When I grow up, I want to be this utter f**king legend - the only man I know who uses his wheelchair as a weapon of fun!'
When I grow up, I want to be this utter f**king legend - the only man I know who uses his wheelchair as a weapon of fun! https://t.co/0aT3fX5bTd
— Philip O'Connor (@philipoconnor) December 24, 2018
— steo wall (@steowall) December 24, 2018
— Hooperman ?? (@hoopermansrfc) December 24, 2018
Lad in a wheelchair being lifted up by his mates at Damo ???? pic.twitter.com/RhSFD4pQHT
— Luke O'Riordan (@luke_oriordan) December 23, 2018
— Will Clarke (@WClarke1980) December 23, 2018
Another view of last night from backstage ???????????? the two lads to my left lifting me are strangers, we are all just loving life at the Church of Damo! ???????? @DamoDempsey pic.twitter.com/nG3g7Jgi7Q
— Graham Merrigan (@Merriganmania) December 24, 2018
— jacintasheerin (@jacintasheerin1) December 24, 2018