Garth Brooks is set for a series of concerts at Croke Park next year according to reports on Monday evening.
Virgin Media News reports that "negotiations are at an advanced stage to bring the singer back to Croke Park for a number of dates in September 2022".
It's said that the run would be for "at least three dates" and that there is a "possibility of adding further dates over a second weekend".
Garth Brooks set for Croke Park return
6 July 2014; Croke Park residents stage a protest over the cancellation of two of the Garth Brooks concerts which were due to be held this month. Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Final, Dublin v Kilkenny, Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Dáire Brennan / SPORTSFILE
In 2014, the county music singer was set for a five-night run at Croke Park. Three nights had initially been planned, but the demand was such that further dates were added. In all, 400,0000 tickets were sold.
However, after protests from some residents living near the stadium, Dublin City Council only granted a licence for three of the concerts.
Brooks insisted that he was going to play all five, or none at all. Subsequently, all the gigs were cancelled, and refunds issued.
— Virgin Media News (@VirginMediaNews) September 13, 2021