There is bad news for fans heading to Garth Brooks concerts at the end of the month as it has been revealed that Dublin City Council have only granted a licence for THREE out of the five gigs.
The news comes following a debate by local residents campaigning against the concerts on the grounds of a 2009 written agreement stating that only three concerts each year were to be held at the venue.
There has already been three concerts in Croke Park this year so far following One Direction last month.
The dates of which concerts have not been given a licence has not been revealed.
Shane Filan confirmed on Twitter last night that he will be supporting Garth Brooks in Croke Park this July.
This news has thankfully put rumours to rest about the country western singer having to cancel the five night show.
While Shane’s Westlife past means he is no stranger to big stadium gigs, this is a huge step for him in his solo career.
That stage is going to look a whole lot bigger when he’s up there on his own though!
Seeing as the whole country has gone mental for Garth Brooks in recent weeks, The National Wax Museum in Dublin figured it was time to dig out Garth’s wax double – but they can only find his head.
Placed into storage in 2005, following a decline in his popularity, efforts to locate anything except a checked shirt once attached to the missing torso, have failed.
Garth is due to play five dates in Croke Park in July to 400,000 people. A great few days to hit the shops we reckon!
Garth Brooks has announced he will play another date in Croke Park this summer.
Tickets will go on sale this Thursday at 9am and are limited to six per person.
Garth will now be playing the 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th July.
Are we ready for the hysteria again?
Twitter kicked off today over this unexpectedly popular news.
Famous country singer Garth Brooks has announced that he will play two dates in Ireland this summer. Garth will take to the stage in Croke Park on the 25th and 26th July as part of The Garth Brooks Comeback Special Event.
His concert will mark the first time in seventeen years that he has played Ireland, the last time was also in Croke Park in 1997.
Tickets go on sale Thursday 30th January at 9am.