Seldom seen is wonderful, and in Ireland there's nothing more more gratifying than when the sun rears its head on a Bank Holiday weekend. 

The crowd at Dick Mack's Brewhouse had one novel way to celebrate the weather - by collectively breaking out into jigs and reels.

Punters at the iconic Dingle watering hole made sure the "craic was 90" as they bounced around the beer garden to the score of Riverdance 1994.

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Folks were in particular high spirits as they celebrated the Sing Along Social event as part of Féile na Bealtaine, a Kerry-based music and arts festival that takes place every May Bank Holiday weekend.

Check out the antics in the video below. Jean Butler and Michael Flatley would be proud!

Fact: you can't beat Ireland in the sunshine 😍☀️ They absolutely nailed Riverdance in Dingle this afternoon! Sound on 🔊 for this one via Dick Macks

Posted by Today FM on Sunday, May 6, 2018

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