Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, top, and Jervis Shopping Centre, above, this morning
The Irish Examiner reports:
Fans queued overnight to secure tickets for the country star’s fourth Croke Park gig, and now organisers have revealed that a fifth concert on Tuesday July 29 has been confirmed.
Garth Brooks announces fourth gig at Croke Park – beating U2’s record of 3 . Madness . 320,000 people . It would be rude not to go now…
— Jennifer O’Brien (@JenBizarre) February 3, 2014
Thanks Gerry McBride
Thanks Avril Monohan
Country music enthusiasts getting their Garth on in Dublin this morning.
From top: Philip Thomas (behind) and Darren Prendergast; Patrick Hugh Lynch; Niamh Kelly and Emer Kelly and Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre Dublin.
A third date has been added.
(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)
Previously: The Garth Side
Tickets on sale at 9am.
Thanks James Cregan
Tragedy in Cork as a Garth Brooks fan gets off the pavement to buy tickets and linedances sideways into traffic. The humanity!
— natkingcoleslaw (@natkingcoleslaw) January 30, 2014
— Independent.ie (@Independent_ie) January 30, 2014
Queuing for Garth tickets at Jervis Street Shopping Centre, Dublin this morning.
Thanks Graeme Kelly
— The Anglo-Celt (@theanglocelt) January 29, 2014
First, it was Dungannon on Sunday morning.
Around 50 Garth Brooks fans have gathered on Foyle St in Derry for tickets that go on sale tomorrow morning at 9am. pic.twitter.com/cQ7PD2kiZT
— Dean McLaughlin (@Dean_Journalist) January 29, 2014
Queue for Garth Brooks tickets already outside Merchants Quay in Cork this morning. Hope those lunatics have thermal underwear…
— AnneMarie (@AnnMo13) January 29, 2014
Meanwhile, in Clare…
Via The Clare People
THE first queue for Garth Brooks tickets has started in Dungannon five days before they even go on general release.
The group of 15 women, ranging in age from 14 to 65, are so determined to land tickets to their dream concert that they started queuing at 3.45am on Sunday morning, covering shifts around the clock, just to make sure they don’t miss out.
Gotta say I like Garleth Brooks. If 2mara never comes is a great song. RG sings it like an angel.
— Gerry Adams (@GerryAdamsSF) January 21, 2014
His tomorrow will come.
Are RTE co-sponsors of the Garth Brook’s concert[s]?I have just listened to a full HOUR on RTE [Radio 1] blatantly trying to shift tickets for Croke Park. The promoters must have friends in high places…