This is the moment an Irish fan crowd-surfing in a wheelchair was brought on stage to perform with Coldplay.
Fans were in Paradise on Saturday night as the band played to a packed-out Croke Park.
Chris Martin and co. are known for putting on an interactive and lively show - and the sold-out gig at the home of the GAA was no exception.
One lucky Irish fan had the chance to perform with the band after the frontman noticed him crowd-surfing in a wheelchair.

The crowd burst into cheers when Chris urged the man, named Rob, to come up to the stage.
He introduced the 29-year-old personal trainer to the sold-out crowd - before the pair broke out into a sing-song with a catchy tune about Dublin.
They opened with fireworks exploding and A Head Full of Dreams.
Chris began: "Cead mile failte. We've been away from Ireland and from Dublin for too long.
"I heard a rumour that this crowd was going to be the loudest in history.
"We're so happy to be here, now turn it up.