Published Friday, 01 March 2013
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Band members Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan, Glen Power play the first of three nights at the ten-thousand seater venue on Monday.
The band said they've spent the last few months perfecting the show before taking it across the globe.
They will be playing songs from their latest album '#3', released last September, on tour.
"We're still not ready, you're never ready even at the eleventh hour," Mark says.
Even before the doors open you're still going to be going- 'Are we ready?," Glen adds.
Mark says praised the fans in Northern Ireland as very loyal, with the huge crowds they attract singing every word to their songs at gigs.
"We played a lot in Belfast over the years and we started in the usual (way), in small pubs and clubs, we started out to 400 people and we just built it up over a long time," he explains.
The band have said they will get one day off to see the sights and relax while in the city.
Glen adds: "I've got relations up there and I've never met them, and I'd love to find where they are."
They say they have no qualms about going walkabout despite being so well known.
Singer Danny explains he isn't overwhelmed by their level of fame and he and his band members take it all in their stride.
"When do you get the opportunity to sign someone's forehead, you sign it," Danny laughs.
"It's something you need to get used to, but if you're going to put yourself out there in the public."