The Rolling Stones are in Dublin - and they're already enjoying themselves

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Rock and roll legends The Rolling Stones have arrived in Ireland ahead of their highly-anticipated Croke Park gig later this week - and it hasn't taken them long to start enjoying themselves.

The veteran rockers are due to kick off their long-awaited 'The Stones - No Filter' tour at the massive GAA stadium this Thursday, May 17.

And after touching down on the tarmac at Dublin Airport, the group went straight to Malahide Cricket Club to watch Ireland take on Pakistan.

Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts from The Rolling Stones pictured as they arrive in Dublin Airport. They will kick off The Stones - No Filter tour at Croke Park this Thursday May 17

Lead singer Mick Jagger immediately appeared to be sampling some of the local delights as he unwound in north Dublin on the third day of Ireland's inaugural Test Match.

The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger attends the Test Match, Malahide Cricket Club, Dublin 13/5/2018

He was spotted kicking back and sipping a glass of Guinness while he watched Pakistan storm to a 116-run lead over Ireland.

Tickets to the concert can still be purchased - albeit at a heavy price, costing between €70 and €456.

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