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:D  :D  :D  Hi  all

 

This will be my first time in Dublin and I am staying pretty centrally. Any thoughts on whether there will be queuing for the Red and Green entrances and if so where will the queues be - and what time do we think people will arrive .... etc etc ....and any other useful tips please.

 

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Check the Croke website - I think you may be limited as to how far in advance you can queue since the stadium is in a residential neighborhood.  Enjoy Dublin!   Went for the first time last year not knowing the boys would arrange a tour - so I'll be back, but in a seat :D

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i think your mad to q,i mean your better of havin a few beers and enjoy the atmosphere of the city,You'll get a great position anyways and great view of the band if you arrive an hour or2 before kick off!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I would expect that no overnight queuing will be allowed. Furthermore, it will be left to the promotor/An Garda Siochana to decide when and where queuing can commence. At the end of the day it will depend on how early in the day a significant number of people start arriving.

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My first time too,but I'll be having a few cold beers and a sing song in one off the many great pubs on the road to the stadium

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I would expect that no overnight queuing will be allowed. Furthermore, it will be left to the promotor/An Garda Siochana to decide when and where queuing can commence. At the end of the day it will depend on how early in the day a significant number of people start arriving.

 

at 360 overnight queue'rs were let in under the stadium so depends on how the security feel i'd guess.

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I would expect that no overnight queuing will be allowed. Furthermore, it will be left to the promotor/An Garda Siochana to decide when and where queuing can commence. At the end of the day it will depend on how early in the day a significant number of people start arriving.

 

 

at 360 overnight queue'rs were let in under the stadium so depends on how the security feel i'd guess.

Times may have moved on. I live close to the stadium and get a community newsletter from Croke Park before each concert. For Springsteen in 2016, it says, inter alia, "overnight queuing/camping will not be tolerated". The newsletter goes on to say that stewards will be on duty from the evening before the concert to deter queuing/camping in the community area.

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