Before its roof was literally blown off thanks to Storm Ali on Wednesday, the Old Harbour Bar Tullamore stand at the National Ploughing Championships was the scene of serious craic on Tuesday.
A1, the Wrafters and Martin Goulding all took the stage as the Tullamore pub brought its unique brand of craic to the site in Screggan.
WATCH: A1 rock the Old Harbour stage at the National Ploughing Championships on Tuesday
Revellers stepped in from the rain on Tuesday and enjoyed a drink, a chat and the lively atmosphere.
No sooner had Tuesday finished when preparations began for Wednesday, only to be abruptly undone on Wednesday when winds from Storm Ali dismantled the Old Harbour tent.
The 130km/h gusts wreaked havoc on the site, forcing the cancellation of Day 2. There is good news, however, for fans of the Ploughing and the Old Harbour Bar stand - reconstruction has already begun.
Volunteers and staff are working to repair the tent and the entire site in time for Day 3 on Thursday, while organisers have also announced the craic will continue into Friday as a replacement for Tuesday.
So, if you fancy a drink, a chat and some cracking live music, head on down to the Old Harbour Bar stand at Catering Block 3.