The Script closed out their recent run of tour dates on June 8 at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston, Mass. The trio has been touring the world since February, kicking off in Germany; their epic finish was the ‘Today’ Show Summer Concert Series on Friday.

The crowd, predominately young women, showed off their love for the Irish trio waving the flag of Ireland in the crowd; the band reciprocated the appreciation by supporting the home team Boston Bruins (currently playing in the Stanley Cup Final). Frontman Danny O'Donoghue even sported a Red Sox Jersey at one point during their set. Now that’s team spirit!

The band embraced the screaming crowd from the first note of the first song with sing-a-long choruses, witty between-song banter, and O’Donoghue even making a few personal trips out into the crowd to share the mic. It was an interactive experience for fans from start to finish.

The Script first made their presence known with their self-titled debut release and their breakthrough single ‘Breakeven.’ Since then, the trio from Dublin have experienced a whirlwind of success.  With the US debut of their album ‘Science & Faith’ back in January, the band hit No. 3 on the Billboard 200 charts, which spawned several singles including ‘For the First Time.’

Although the tour came to an end last night, the band recently revealed new fall tour plans that kick off in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 1st and run through Oct.13 in NYC.

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