Rolling Stones arrive in Ireland before Croke Park concert
Mick Jagger a surprise guest at the Ireland-Pakistan cricket match at Malahide on Sunday
The band arrived on a private plane from Farnborough Airport at 5pm on Saturday evening.
The No Filter tour began last September in Hamburg and ended in Paris in October. A further 11 dates were confirmed in February starting in Dublin and ending in Warsaw in July.
The band have arrived early to rehearse a new set for this leg of the tour.
The Rolling Stones last played Ireland in 2007. Prior to that their biggest concert in the country was Slane Castle in 1982.
The weather for all four concerts is looking good. It is expected to be dry but it will be distinctly chilly on Wednesday with night time temperatures of just 2 to 5 degrees. The advice is to wrap up warm.