The Rolling Stones have been given the green light to play Croke Park.
Dublin City Council has granted the rock and roll legends a license to play on May 17th.
Aiken Promotions today received notification of the granting of the licence for the Dublin date of the ‘STONES - NO FILTER’ Tour @CrokePark on 17 May. Tickets for the Croke Park date go on sale this Friday 23 March at 9am! #StonesNoFilter pic.twitter.com/jR2GfNVyHo
— Aiken Promotions (@aikenpromotions) March 20, 2018
It's part of the band's 'No Filter' world tour, and tickets go on sale on Friday.
It will be the 4th concert to take place at the stadium this year.
That's left some local residents pretty unhappy.
Incredibly @aikenpromotions & @CrokePark have been granted planning permission for @RollingStones gig in May! Another 2 fingers from all involved & @DubCityCouncil 2 local residents! #CityLiving #ForThePeople
— Jim (@DexterSandy) March 20, 2018
That's because the council had promised it would limit big gigs to three per year.
Already the venue's hosting two Taylor Swift concerts in June and a third by Michael Bublé in July.