With 80,000 fans buzzing in Croker, Beyoncé's gig this weekend is going to be huge.
And the night ain't gonna end after her encore. There are loads of scheduled after-parties around the city in honour of The Queen's arrival.
Low-key pubs, swanky DJs or high class clubs – there's something for everyone on Saturday eve.
Bow down, bitches!
1. Taco Taco
This beloved spot on Dame Court is moving tables for The Bey Hive after-party. It’s free in, and Queen B tracks will be buzzing off the walls.
Cocktails will be unreal as always, and the dancefloor is meant to go on with the Beyonce vibes. Flawless.
2. The Palace Nightclub
As always, this spot will host a DJ until late – only this time, they'll be pumping out Bey hits.
It's free entry with your ticket, with €8 cocktails and €3.50 pints. Sweet.
3. The RnB Club
What was formerly The Twisted Pepper, the RnB Club is throwing a massive party with a DJ on deck specialising in '90s RnB, Hip Hop, Neo-Soul & G-Funk, to keep the high energy vibes goin'.
The party is for (but not limited to) Beyonce concert goers – bring your swag either way.
Tickets can be purchased here.
4. The Morgan Bar
This spot is throwing a flawless after-party from 8pm (early much?) on Saturday. Head over straight away after the concert, and experience an epic playlist and delish cocktails.
Round up the single ladies, and put your hands up!
More info on what's to come here.
5. Quinn’s Drumcondra
If you fancy a more low-key pub for the evening, here's an excellent option. It's free entry, and they'll have live music from 11pm.
It's super close to Croker, so you have some after concert pints for very little effort.
Give it a look here.
After all, even Beyonce drinks a Guinness.
6. The Big Tree
Get drunk on love at this spot before or after worshiping The Queen. Like Quinn's, it's just around the corner from Croke Park, and they've marketed themselves as " the official party venue" for the big show.
Yeah, Bey definitely signed off on that.
Here's another pub nearby holding a late after party for The Queen, playing more of her hits in the upstairs clubbing area.
If you're looking to just have a few quiet pints, the downstairs pub will suit you well to settle down from an unreal night at Croker.
Best of both worlds, I'd say.