Garth Brooks in Dublin: stage hours, traffic, transport, tickets and everything else you need to know

Croke Park is set to host country music superstar Garth Brooks this weekend, with more than 400,000 fans flocking to Dublin to see the man with “friends in lowly places”.

rooks, who last played in Ireland in 1997, has been putting on concerts this weekend and next week five performances will be “the biggest cultural event in Ireland, in the cultural heart of Ireland. ,” according to Jim Clarke of Aiken Promotion.

Five evenings of epic entertainment will take place on Friday 9 September, Saturday 10 September, Sunday 11 September and the following Friday 16 September and Saturday 17 May. 9.

Traffic

Supt Martin Mooney says that Garda will “minimize vehicular congestion and pedestrian traffic.”

At 7 a.m. daily, parking cones will appear on the roads around the stadium, with “soft ropes” going at 10:30 a.m.

However, Gardaí will serve residents and those with real business interests in the area.

At 3pm every day, the “Hardcore cordon” will take place, meaning the roads around the stadium will be completely closed. Only residents with a 2022 pass are allowed through.

From this point on, vehicles will not be allowed inside and the traffic management scheme will be run by Gardaí. For full details, visit www.garda.ie

Public transport

Event organizers are encouraging people to use public transport to get to the show rather than drive.

Bus, Rail, Darts and Luas transit options can all get fans on foot to the venue, with additional trains and coaches being added from locations around the country. to accommodate performers, including from Northern Ireland.

Event organizers advise fans to plan their journey accordingly through the TFI website – especially considering the reported high hotel prices and widespread accommodation shortages across the country. all over Dublin.

There will be no drop off points for coaches in and around the stadium, or Mountjoy Square. Coach parking has been provided in the space next to the Whitehall GAA Club, which can accommodate up to 130 coaches.

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Admission ticket

Screenshots or prints of digital tickets will not be accepted. Event organizers also warn gig-goers to beware of bogus ticket sellers and tour operators.

“We also want people to make sure they load their tickets correctly and save them to their Google Play Wallet or iPhone Wallet – that the ticket is there and available,” said event coordinator Eamon Boyle. know.

No children under 14 years old are allowed in the standing area/courtyard.

Bags larger than A4 size will not be allowed and those without a bag will be tracked fast – but all bags will be searched at points of entry.

When are the gates open and what is the time of the stage?

The gate opens at 5pm, but early queues will not be allowed in the streets surrounding the venue. These are residential areas and fans are asked to respect the privacy of local residents and businesses.

Mr Boyle said: “We will ask people not to arrive early for the privacy of the community around Croke Park.

Supt Mooney said: “There will be zero tolerance for anyone drinking on the street, urinating on the street or any antisocial behavior.

Organizers have also clarified that Mr Brooks is aware he is playing in a residential area and is mindful of his presence in Dublin.

There is no support activity and the program begins at 7:30pm and is scheduled to last until 10:30pm.

Weather

According to the organizers, they “hope the weather will be a bit cooler than this weekend.”

The Met Éireann said Friday is set to be a bright day with spells of sunshine, but with a chance of some showers.

The highest temperature will range from 18 to 21 degrees, with a slight northwest wind.

Food and drink

The Leather & Ash cafe, the Eighteen84 franchise and several Crossbar locations around the stadium will serve food and alcoholic beverages throughout the gig.

Location and audience capacity

Due to the extraordinary size of Croke Park, almost as wide as a football field, the organizers needed a new and unique stage before the concert.

“The stage is under construction. This is a brand new stage built especially for this event. And this event is not just a concert, it will be a film and documentary. So there will be a great light background for the show. So it will be a lavish purchase.

“A lot of equipment was flown directly to Ireland from the US. It is a one time only, it is not part of an established tour. So everything we’re doing here, we’re doing for the first time,” Mr. Clarke said.

About 2,500 employees will work five nights.

This phase is not complete yet, but it should be in the next two or three days – with 75 to 80pc of yard covered

Normally, a concert at Croke Park will draw 40 to 50pc patrons from the greater Dublin area, but for Garth gigs the number is just 15, with the rest coming from the rest of Ireland abroad.

“This is an absolute boost for the Irish economy. It’s also an incentive for local business. So it’s a bonus not just for Garth Brooks and Dublin, but Ireland as a whole,” Mr Clarke said.

80,000 people are expected to head to Croke Park each night of the concert, so event organizers encourage fans to plan every part of their trip.

“The last thing we want is for people to miss a part of the show, because that’s why people come,” he added.

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