- 16 Jan 17
Sadly for fans who missed out on tickets for July 22's homecoming, Bono & Co. won't be doubling up at Croker...
Speculation as to whether U2 will play a second Croke Park show has been ended with the band issuing a definitive “No” through their Irish PR company.
Having gone on sale at 9am this morning, tickets for Saturday July 22’s Croke Park homecoming not unexpectedly sold-out in a matter of minutes.
With demand far exceeding supply, it’s no surprise that tickets are being offered on secondary sites for over €1,000 each – with that price sure to increase even more as concert D-Day approaches.
The question being asked now is, "Will there be another big name headliner descending on Croker this summer?" As established in 2015 when Garth Brooks unsuccessfully attempted to play five nights there, the maximum number of concerts that can be staged in GAA headquarters is three per year.
Might Ed Sheeran return to the scene of the crime or could Adele become the latest international star to attract 80,000 fans to the northside? We'll keep you posted...