Tom Jones left many faces smiling as he performed in Belfast on Tuesday night.
Sir Tom wowed his fans after they got into Custom House Square for its first outdoor gig in two years.
Revellers enjoying some sort of normality with a few verses of ‘Delilah’ had to show vaccine cards or proof of a negative Covid-19 test before being allowed into the venue.
The High Kings warmed up the crowd before Tom Jones hit the stage.
Thousands of concert goers enjoyed top hits at the sold out performance including ‘Sex Bomb’.
It is unusual to see a pop-up vaccination centre at a Tom Jones gig, but that was the scene at Belfast’s Custom House Square yesterday ahead of the Welsh legend taking to the stage.
A pop-up clinic is located in the venue to run on event days from 10am to 3.30pm and on Tuesday the first 50 people had the chance to receive a complimentary pair of tickets to the show of their choice.
Check out our gallery below to see Belfast fans back out to enjoy some live music.