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The 'Standing In The Dark' four-piece thank fans for helping them have "the time of our lives" on the tour.
Lawson brought their headline 'Chapman Square' tour to a close in Dublin last night and thanked fans for supporting them over the past month.
The 'Taking Over Me' four-piece performed a huge show at the Dublin Academy on Saturday (23rd March), after playing up and down the UK across cities including London, Nottingham, Sheffield and Cardiff over the past few weeks.
"Can't believe the tour finishes tomorrow!" Lawson posted at the start of this weekend. "We have had the time of our lives. Thank you for helping us #MAKEITHAPPEN
"Last night of the 'Chapman Square' tour! thanks to every single one of you who bought a ticket. Dublin - let's do this!" the boys added on Saturday evening before the show.
Check out a picture of Lawson after their tour performance in Dublin below (Credit: Twitter):
The 'Learn To Love Again' stars then shared a number of pictures of the final show on their 2013 tour, before heading out to celebrate with friends after their performance.
"Dublin! What a way to end the tour!" singer Andy Brown then posted after the gig, while bassist Ryan Fletcher wrote: "To the best tour ever… Cheers!"
View a picture of Lawson taking a bow after the final show on their 'Chapman Square' tour below (Credit: Twitter):
Earlier this month the boys made headlines after dressing up in Jessie J catsuits and wigs during a show in Cardiff as part of a dare for Comic Relief 2013.
Lawson kicked off their UK tour at the end of February to support their debut album 'Chapman Square', out now.
Watch a video of Lawson performing their song 'Make It Happen' at Koko in London on their tour below: