If you weren’t lucky enough to grab Garth Brooks tickets the first time around then we have some good news for you.
Tickets for his five-night run in Croke Park are set to go back on sale this Thursday.
Organisers announced that the five-night run in Dublin will be filmed, reportedly for a Netflix documentary.
Now that all those plans have been finalised a limited amount of tickets are now available.
The country music legend has already announced that the Croke Park gigs will be his last ever stadium concerts.
After the debacle of 2014 which saw Garth cancel all his nights in Croke Park, he has finally been given the green light to play five nights.
The country music singer is due to perform on the 9th, 10th, 11th, 16th and 17th of September.
Speaking to Ray D’Arcy on RTE Radio One, Garth said, “You can’t come to Ireland without bringing every piece of camera film capturing any devices, audio, is because it’s the place on the planet to play.
“So I don’t know if you guys know this but it’s, it’s like heaven for players. So we brought everything we can to capture this.
“And so when you do you reserve some spaces, because there’s gonna be people sitting behind cameras and then once you lay it out now that you know where people are going to be and what stage looks like, then all of a sudden there’ll be some tickets that you held so you aren’t in people’s way that now ends up to be the best seats in the house.
“So it’s, it’s pretty cool. I love production releases because it gives the people who didn’t get a chance to get them that waited and waited like everybody else but just didn’t get the luck of the draw. Now it gives them a chance to get even better seats.”
The new “production hold” tickets are due to go on sale on Ticketmaster at 8am this Thursday 16th June.