Brooks promoters lobbying furiously in last-ditch attempt to save Croker shows

Councillors may seek to overrule officials and allow Garth Brooks’s concerts to go ahead. Philip Connolly and Siobhán Brett report.

6th July, 2014

The show must go on – or must it? The organisers of the Garth Brooks' concerts at Croke Park are working frantically this weekend in an attempt to build a case that will allow them to stage all five proposed concerts at the stadium.

Aiken Productions and officials in Croke Park are lobbying furiously to increase political and public support. Legal and procedural options are also being explored.

In particular, the organisers are focusing in...

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