EM – Garth Brooks: Third appearance in Dublin, 400,000+ queued online to buy tickets

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Garth Brooks was at the top of the world in Croke Park when he advertised his concerts for September 2022. Pictures: Arthur Carron

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An additional Garth Brooks Dublin show was added as the online queue for Garth Brooks tickets reached more than 400,000 people this morning after tickets for the first two dates went on sale at 8 a.m.

There were more than 150,000 people in each of the queues for two dates in September 2022 that the country music superstar announced shortly after tickets went on sale this morning during Country -Music fans desperately click the “Update” button to secure the tickets. 75,000 available for each of the two nights.

Surprisingly, the tickets for the third date on September 11th next year went on sale this morning, which the Shows on September 9th and 10th added, which should go on sale this morning.

The queue for each of the three dates is now around 125,000, so a total of approx a 425,000, although some of these could be duplicates as fans hedge their bets and try to secure tickets on different dates at the same time.

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Earlier this week, the country legend announced that he would play two nights at Croke Park next September, ending seven years of uncertainty following the 2014 debacle when he canceled his tour of Ireland.

Aiken has permission for three more dates next September but had only confirmed that the first two dates would take place until this morning when the third was added based on demand.

Said in Dublin last week Brooks, he would love to play the full five nights but doubted that could happen.

“I would like to do five [nights], but I would also like to be six feet tall and have abs,” joked he told reporters.

“What happened in 2014 was a bloody miracle – who makes such numbers? There is no way we will repeat this number again. “

General standing tickets cost € 65.56 per person, while a seat in the stands for the gigs on September 9th and 10th is refundable. </ Since the gigs are covered by a recently enacted anti-touting law, it will be illegal to resell them for a price higher than face value.

Promoter Aiken has confirmed that there are no VIP or platinum packages for the gigs.

The tickets have the same price as for the canceled run of the singer Friends in Low Places in 2014 in Croke Park.

There will be a “pit” in front of the stage the fans can experience the singer up close. In contrast to many other artist gigs, however, these will not be more expensive than the other standing tickets and will be available for the first time come first served.

In contrast to 2014, music fans can’t Buy more tickets in the store because of the tick etmaster has moved its entire business to its digital platform.

The concerts will take place on the weekend of September 9th and 10th and will bring well over 100,000 fans to Jones’ Road.

The gates will open during the night at 5 p.m., everyone under 16 must be accompanied by adults and dizzying guests point out that the top tiers of the stadium are quite steep and they should avoid buying these tickets.

Brooks, who was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, received 2014 a lot of media coverage in Ireland after it sold out a record five concerts in Croke Park.

However, opposed by local residents, Brooks pulled back after the city council rejected plans for two of them and the singer said he would only performing all five or none at all.

Brooks has become the best-selling solo artist in US history, certified by the RIAA with 157 million albums sold.

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