Garth Brooks Licence Application

Aiken Promotions have lodged an application for the Garth Brooks concerts with Dublin City Council Planning Authority. Click here to view the application.

An official observation on the licence application can be made to Dublin City Council within a period of 5 weeks from its lodgement date to

Community Information Sharing Forum

On Saturday, March 29th 2014, Croke Park held a Community Information Sharing Forum. All residents living in the local community were invited to attend and discuss the draft Event Management Plan for the Garth Brooks Concerts with Croke Park & Aiken Promotions before the license application is submitted to Dublin City Council.

Download Community Information Sharing Forum presentation

Newsletter - Concerts update: Community Information and Feedback Survey

Fixtures & Events 2014

Click here for upcoming events 2014.

Tickets and Residents Database

Local residents within a qualifying area who have registered on the Croke Park resident’s database will be entered into a draw for free concert tickets and the option to purchase tickets for GAA All Ireland Finals. If you are registered, you will automatically be entered. If you are not registered, click here for more details. 

Croke Park Community Fund - Accepting applications

Croke Park has an annual fund which is used to support projects in the immediate area around Croke Park.

Applications and queries can be directed to Julianne Savage, Croke Park Stadium, Jones’s Road, Dublin 3.  Click here for further details on the Croke Park Community Fund.

Map of Croke Park 1864

Community Freephone - 1800 303593

A free-phone number has been rollled out that enables residents to contact Croke Park on stadium related issues during out of office hours.

January 2014: An Uachtarán CLG Liam ó Néill speaking at a reception held for all of the recepients of the Croke Park Community Fund in 2013.