NIGHT Owl had a very busy night on Friday last as she took to the town to see who was out enjoying themselves.
She first headed to Bru where Niall Boyle was launching his new single. The crowds came in their droves to see Niall perform and to get a copy of the cd.
Barry Maguire from Drogheda and Jane Murphy from Termonfeckin were pictured on the night and thought that Niall was 'brilliant.'
The couple were having a fantastic Friday night and planned on staying in Brú to watch Electric Avenue's gig which was also taking place.
Another gang were also looking forward to seeing Electric Avenue take to the stage. Lisa Cummins, Lisa Shevlin, Mary Shevlin, Paul McGuill, Gerrad Shelvin and Eugene Cummins had been looking forward to their night out together for days and couldn't wait to see one of their favourite bands, Electric Avenue.
The group were in great spirits especially the girls who were having a ball.
They planned on staying in Bru till closing and then the women were heading to Storm.
'Us girls will head to Storm and the men can go home to mind the kids,' laughed Lisa.
We left the gang to enjoy their night and headed over to another group who were also having a blast.
Tracy Carter was celebrating her 29th with all her friends and family. Tracy who is from Mayfield, reserved tables in Bru for the night especially and she was accompanied by a dozen of her friends.
These included Angie Everitt, Lisa Devlin, Stephaine Smith, Catherine and Tara MaGuire, Fiona Carter and Carol Walsh.
The birthday girl and her pals left the men at home and decided on a real girly night out in Drogheda.
They are also big fans of Electric Avenue and couldn't wait to hit the dancefloor and dance along with the band's great tunes.
Tracy's birthday was the previous day but she planned on making the weekend of it and going out the following Saturday night.
We left the ladies to enjoy the rest of their night and bumped into more Electric Avenue fans across the way.
Sarah Flood from Newfield, Jason Moloney from Dunleer, Nicky Carpenter from Collon, Karl Lawless from Dunleer, Ann-marie Brannigan and Kate Campbell rarely ever miss a gig and like any other night couldn't wait to see the band.
The group weren't sure what the plan was for afterwards but they were sure it was going to a great night.