Bono showed off his injuries for the first time since his nasty cycling accident on Christmas Eve, refusing to be held down by the unfortunate incident.
The U2 front man sported a cast on his left arm as he hid behind a thick scarf and under a camouflage hat, walking to The Cliff Townhouse restaurant in Dublin to party with celebrity friends.
The cycling mishap saw the band cancel their Tonight Show residency in the immediate aftermath in November and on Wednesday, it was the annual Grafton Street festive performance that Bono was forced to pull out of.
Bono's left arm was taped up in a heavy-duty cast and he was forced to robe his jacket around his shoulders with the arm out of the sleeve.
The star is said to have broken his arm in six places when he collided with another cyclist while out in New York City.
The star's 'high energy' bike injuries required three metal plates, 18 screws and five hours of reconstructive surgery, doctors said at the time.
Celebrating the festive season in his native Ireland on Wednesday, Bono donned his signature tinted glasses and matched his scarf to his hat as he tried to go relatively unnoticed.
Despite it being structured with plasters and tape, Bono managed to grasp a phone with his left hand.