Tom Brady was at a place called TD Graden on Thursday night gigging it up with the rest of Boston at a U2 concert.
The Patriots quarterback was there with his wife Gisele Bundchen and he posted some of the good times he was having to his Instagram story. He even showed off a bit of his singing “ability” while watching Bono perform “Vertigo” and then “One Love.”
Brady is such a big fan of the band that even tried to tag along with them for the rest of the tour.
“The rumors are true. I’ll be joining @U2 on the remainder of the #U2eitour,” Brady captioned in one of the videos. “What time is soundcheck tonight guys?”
Me at a concert… pic.twitter.com/eJZIuZjzJ9
— Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) June 22, 2018
While it looks like Brady and Gisele had quite the time at the concert, the quarterback may want to stick with grabbing a football on Sundays rather than a microphone. That said, Brady is a pretty big music buff as he welcomes all different genres into his playlist.
Leading up to Super Bowl LII, Brady talked about the kind of music that he listens to when he tries to get himself in the zone before a game.
Of course, U2 has pretty strong connections with the city of Boston which translates into some cool moments with the local professional sports teams. Prior to the band’s performance in town back in 2015, both Robert and Jonathan Kraft were able to meet up with Bono and the singer snapped a photo with Foxboro’s royal family while wearing their New England’s championship ring from Super Bowl XLIX.
U2 also played the halftime show during New England’s first championship at Super Bowl XXXVI.
Attending the concert is just the latest in a jam packed (and headline making) offseason for Brady. Along with Thursday’s escapade, the quarterback has traveled across the globe to Qatar, had a sit down interview with Oprah Winfrey and has been doing various charitable work like his annual Best Buddies event.
Brady’s also made headlines this offseason for skipping out of New England’s offseason workout program outside of mandatory minicamp. There’s also been some rumblings about the quarterbacks unrest with Bill Belichick, but when asked about it directly he’s shot it down at every corner.
The soon-to-be 41-year old is now poised to try and build off his MVP season of a year ago where he completed over 66-percent of his passes for a league leading 4,577 yards and 32 touchdowns.