Croke Park, Dublin.
Media Conference on security ahead of the Westlife concerts at the stadium this Friday and Saturday with above from left: Inspector Tony Gallagher Mountjoy Garda Station, Eamonn Fox MCD Event Controller and Tony McGuiness Head of Operations and Events, Croke Park.
Boyzlife in support.
Please make it happen.
Spice Girls at Croke Park
Ticketmaster, Stephen’s green, Dublin 2
Pop ‘revellers’ queuing to buy tickets for next May’s Spice Girls concert at Croke Park which reportedly sold out “within minutes” of going on sale at 9am.
From top, left to right: Edwina Moran, Lyndsey Mullen, Jade Hanaln and Joe Smith; Ruth Egan (“Sporty”), Sade (“Scary”), Michela Franceschetti (“Posh”) and Camilla Raparo (“Ginger”).
Previously: Zig A Zig GAA
Big hall to fill, in fairness.
Thanks Ultan Mashup
Outside Croke Park in Dublin.
The People of Croke Park photographed fans making their way to the stadium for the Ladies’ (as distinct from the ‘Gentlemen’s) All-Ireland Football finals, for which a record 50,141 spectators turned out.
Dublin took the senior title over Cork with a score of 3-11 to 1-12, while Limerick beat Louth for the junior title, with a score of 5-06, 0-08.
Tyrone beat Meath 6-08, 1-14 for the intermediate title.
As yet, the GAA has no plans to host a Women’s All-Ireland Football final.
Just a Ladies’ one.
For Ladies, as opposed to Gentlemen.
Dublin make history with back-to-back All-Irelands (RTE)
Record Attendance Yet Again As Croke Park Hosts Ladies Football Finals (Balls.ie)
Pics: The People of Croke Park
Lose the corsets and the hahhitude, young missy.
Tony Galagher, Garda inspector and Justin Green, of MCD, discuss security ahead of the Taylor Swift, Camila Cabello & Charli XCX Croke Park Concerts this Friday and Saturday where up to 70.000 largely female revellers will descend on the GAA HQ,
Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour has already grossed $180 million from 33 dates in North America alone. It says here. On a press release.
Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland
Outside Croke Park ahead and after the GAA football matches involving Carlow, Laois, Longford and Dublin.
All photos by Matthew Spalding and David Quinn (a different one).
We’ve started a new facebook page called The People of Croke Park and we plan to photograph the fans on their way into the stadium for every match this summer – from now until the All Ireland.
It’s a riot of colour and excitement and the good weather yesterday really added to the atmosphere.
Fans from Carlow, Laois, Longford and Dublin were all out in their full colours.
The People of Croke Park (Facebook)
From top: Pope Francis; The World Meeting of Families, 2017
I’m curious but given the recent planning decision re: Rolling Stones at Croke Park, doesn’t this concert the Pope will be attending count as a 5th concert this year?
World Meeting Of Families 2018