The fifth annual performance on the street in Dublin helps raise money for The Simon Community which supports and campaigns for homeless people.
On Christmas Eve, Bono dropped a special present for the crowd on Grafton Street in Dublin, Ireland. The U2 frontman and fellow Irish musician Glen Hansard joined forces to serenade the lucky people with some Christmas tunes.
Wearing black casual outfit and his signature aviator glasses, Bono performed some songs like "O Come, All Ye Faithful" and "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday". He was surrounded by people who later sang along to the tracks.
Bono and Glen have been serenading fans on Grafton Street for five years now. The efforts helped raise money for The Simon Community which supports and campaigns for homeless people.
Last year, the pair serenaded the crowd on the street with an acoustic version of his 1988 hit "Desire". He was later joined by Sinead O'Connor for a live rendition of "Nothing Compares to You".