Just one more sleep to go until Garth Brooks' historic five-night run at Croke Park begins.
The country music star landed in Ireland yesterday on his private jet.
It’s Time 🇮🇪!!! love, g pic.twitter.com/cnXKFuWwIk
— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) September 8, 2022
In a tweet posted today with a video of him in Croke Park he said "it's time".
He was to play five nights at GAA headquarters in 2014 however the gigs were pulled as licences for all five could be obtained.
Garth Brooks plays Croke Park on September 9th, 10th, 11th, 16th and 17th to 400,000 people.
Speaking on his social media channel last week, he said work on the stage began earlier this week.
“Anyone who has seen a Garth show will not have seen this set-up. I’ve not even seen it. I got to see drawings of it, blueprints of it and stuff like that so we are pretty excited.”
He continued to say, “It’s funny you can play five nights to 80,000 plus people a night and monetarily you won’t earn as much as one show here just because the expenses are so crazy to get stuff over.
“But I’d do it for free as I can’t wait to just get over. I can’t sleep because I’m thinking that I don’t want to make any mistakes”