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Matchday & Fixtures

Here you will find everything you need to know about the next upcoming game in Croke Park and future fixtures – how to get here, where to go when you arrive and the facilities on-hand to make your day out as safe and as enjoyable as possible!

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One iconic stadium, three totally brilliant visitor experiences. Our inspiring Stadium Tour, thrilling Skyline Tour and treasured GAA Museum await.

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We are one of the world’s most unique, sustainable, and flexible venues for bringing people together to be inspired and entertained. Whether it’s an intimate boardm meeting for 10 or a gala for 5,000, we’ll work with you to make it brilliant every step of the way.

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Premium, Suites & Hospitality

You’re not just buying a seat. You’re buying a perfect view. You’re buying being part at the beating heart of Irish sport and culture. You’re buying knowing you’ll be there every single time.

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Concerts & Special Events

Not only has Croke Park witnessed epic sporting battles on the pitch, we’ve also played host to a who’s who of international rock and pop acts, performing sell-out shows to hundreds of thousands of music lovers, travelling from all over the world during the summer months.

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Interactive Stadium Map

With our interactive stadium map you can view all the facilities available to you on any level along with a seating plan for the stadium. Select 'Photos view' to see the amazing view of the pitch you will get from any location.

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Explore the Ultimate Stadium Experience: Aviva Stadium Tours in Dublin

Aviva Stadium, nestled in the heart of Dublin, Ireland, is not just a sports arena; it's a historic landmark and a must-visit destination for sports enthusiasts and history buffs alike. Offering an immersive and captivating stadium tour experience, Aviva Stadium provides visitors with an opportunity to delve deep into the rich heritage of this iconic venue. In this article, we'll walk you through what you can expect during your Aviva Stadium tour, and whether there's a museum to enrich your experience.  

Aviva Stadium Tour Highlights:

  • Behind-the-Scenes Access: Aviva Stadium tours go far beyond just sitting in the stands. You'll get exclusive access to areas typically restricted to athletes and staff. Walk through the player's tunnel, stand in the dugout, and imagine the roar of the crowd as you step onto the hallowed turf.
  • Historical Insights: Learn about the stadium's fascinating history, from its construction in 2010 on the site of the old Lansdowne Road Stadium to its role in hosting unforgettable sporting events, concerts, and more. Expert guides will regale you with stories and facts that will deepen your appreciation for this world-class venue.
  • Interactive Exhibits: Aviva Stadium offers interactive exhibits that engage visitors of all ages. Explore the changing rooms, where legends have prepared for battle, and gain a new perspective on the athlete's experience. See the impressive trophy room showcasing the triumphs of Irish rugby and soccer teams over the years.
  • Stunning Views: The stadium's architecture is a sight to behold, and during your tour, you'll have the chance to soak in panoramic views of Dublin city from the upper tiers. Be sure to bring your camera to capture breathtaking moments and create lasting memories.  

Is There a Museum? While Aviva Stadium doesn't have a dedicated museum, the stadium tour itself serves as an immersive experience that provides you with a comprehensive understanding of its history, significance, and cultural impact. The guided tour and interactive exhibits give you a deep appreciation for the stadium's role in Irish sports and entertainment.  

Booking Your Aviva Stadium Tour: To ensure you don't miss out on this incredible experience, it's advisable to book your Aviva Stadium tour in advance. Tours are conducted regularly, and you can choose a time that suits your schedule.  

Aviva Stadium tours in Dublin offer a unique blend of history, sports, and behind-the-scenes access that promises an unforgettable experience. While there might not be a dedicated museum, the tour itself is a journey through time and an opportunity to appreciate the significance of this iconic stadium. So, whether you're a sports fanatic or simply a lover of great architecture and history, don't miss the chance to explore Aviva Stadium on your next visit to Dublin.

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Club: none | Opening: 2010 | Capacity: 50,000 seats

History and description

Aviva Stadium is the national stadium of Ireland and the playing venue of the Irish national team. It also hosts most of the nation’s major rugby matches.

Aviva Stadium was built on the place of the old Lansdowne Road Stadium, which was one of the oldest stadiums in the world when it got demolished in 2007. Construction of Aviva Stadium started right after and finished in early 2010. The stadium had a price tag of €410 million and was designed by Populous .

Aviva Stadium officially opened on 14 May 2010. First football was played on 4 August 2010 when a League of Ireland side hosted Manchester United for a friendly (1-7).

In 2011 the stadium was the playing venue of the Europa League final between FC Porto and SC Braga (1-0).

Aviva Stadium was part of the initial selection of playing venues for the Euro 2020 Championships, but was removed because it could not offer assurances that spectators would be admitted due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

The stadium’s most notable feature are its curvilinear shaped stands enclosing the complete stadium, a shape chosen to make sure that the surrounding houses get enough sunlight. The stadium holds a total of 10,000 premium seats as well as 1,300 seats in corporate boxes.

How to get to Aviva Stadium

Aviva Stadium is located in central Dublin in the Ballsbridge area, about 2 kilometres from the city centre. The walk from St Stephen’s Green park or the Trinity College area will take 20 to 30 minutes.

From Connolly Station or Pearse Station take a DART train southbound. Get off at station Lansdowne Road, which lies right next to the stadium.

From the Temple Bar area take bus 7 to Loughlinstown/Cherrywood.

Address: Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4

Eat, drink, and sleep near Aviva Stadium

Aviva Stadium is located in a rather quiet residential area. There is relatively little around in terms of eating and drinking, though you will surely bump into the odd pub on your way to the stadium.

Ariel House and Butler’s Townhouse are two hotels that are only a few minutes walking from the stadium. Both get excellent reviews. Ballsbridge Hotel , Roxford Lodge Hotel , and Grand Canal Hotel are other well-rated options.

Click here for an overview of hotels near Aviva Stadium, and here for other options in central Dublin.

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Aviva Stadium tours

Aviva Stadium offers guided stadium tours that include the dressing rooms, players tunnel, dugouts, and press areas.

Tours run seven days a week at 10:00 am, 11:00 am, 12:00 noon, 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:00 pm, and 4:00 pm. Tours do not run on the day of a match. Bookings are not required, but still recommended, and can be made by phone +353 (0) 1 238 2300 or email [email protected] .

The tour costs €5.00.

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Relevant Internet links

Avivastadium.ie – Official website of the Aviva Stadium. Visitdublin.com – Official online tourist office for Dublin. Irishrail.ie – Ireland rail and travel information. Dublinbus.ie – Information about the Dublin bus network.

Great stadium. Looks amazing both outside and inside. Went to watch Euro 2016 qualifier between Ireland and Poland. Cracking atmosphere. We walked from city centre and I took us about 40 minutes. Quality food is sold in kiosks around the stadium. There was no alcohol sold on that day. Would go there again any day.

Three quarters of a wonderful stadium! It really does seem absurd not to finish it properly, though. It’s the National Stadium for heaven’s sake! The residents to the north could surely be relocated and suitably compensated to make way for this.

Went to an autumn rugby international a year or two ago, Ireland v Argentina. Only about 40,000 attendance, but a great atmosphere nonetheless. I wish that pint-sized end stand was made a little bigger, it takes away from the atmosphere. Great facility, though. Very clean and modern.

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Croke Park Stadium Tour - The Backstage Pass

Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over 100 years. With a capacity of 82,300, this magnificent stadium is actually the third largest in Europe.

Its size is only part of its greatness, however, as you’ll discover on this eye opening, access all areas tour. From quirky insights into why Croke Park’s grass is always greener to learning about defining moments in Irish history, the passionate Tour Guides will take you on an inspiring journey around our national stadium.

Some of the highlights include taking a seat in the VIP area, getting a birds eye view from the media centre, sneaking a peek inside the dressing rooms, and of course, walking in the footsteps of legends as you go pitch side through the players’ tunnel!

Please see website for more information, including tour times, prices and directions to the GAA Museum.

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The Croke Park Stadium Tour, Skyline and GAA Museum are the perfect way to truly immerse yourself in Irish culture - so don’t be surprised if you leave a little bit of your own heart behind in Croke Park!

Admission to the GAA museum is included on all Stadium, Skyline and Bloody Sunday Tours.

The car parking arrangements for the GAA Museum and tours can change daily - please check here to get the up to date arrangements.

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In order to ensure your comfort and that of your guests on the Skyline tour please read the important health and safety information below. It is advised your guests review this information before travelling on crokepark.ie/Skyline. This information will allow you gauge your ability to participate in an Skyline tour. Please note that all Skyline participants undertake the tour at their own risk.

The Skyline tour lasts approximately 90 minutes. This includes a health and safety demonstration and journey to the Skyline walkway.

Visitors must climb 100 steps before the tour and climb down 100 steps following the tour.

To take a Skyline tour, you must:

  • Have a reasonable fitness level
  • Inform your guide of any medical conditions which may impact on your ability to participate in the tour.

You cannot take part in the Skyline tour if you:

  • Are under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Are under 12 years old
  • Have undergone surgery in the past 6 months
  • Have any broken bones or are on crutches
  • Are over 24 weeks pregnant

Because Skyline operates at height and includes climbing, walking on a narrow walkway and exposure to all types of weather, it is important to note that the following may impact on your ability to participate:

  • Heart conditions / angina
  • Vertigo / dizziness / fear of heights / loss of balance
  • Respiratory conditions
  • Visual impairment
  • Back, joint or limb injuries
  • Severe or uncontrolled asthma
  • Having suffered a seizure or fit in the past six months

*Pregnant participants less than 24 weeks must seek medical advice in advance of their visit. Those who are over 24 weeks pregnant are not permitted to take part in a Skyline tour.

The health and safety of our visitors is of gravest concern. The following are not permitted on the skyline

  • Climbing or standing on any part of the skyline
  • Food or any drinks bottles or cans
  • Smoking in any area
  • Bags (Bigger than A4 size)
  • Flags, banners, fireworks or laser pointers
  • Filming of the Guide for use on commercial products

Skyline retains the right to refuse admission, even if you have made an advance booking.

Note: If you have questions or any concerns in relation to the above information, please seek professional medical advice in advance of travelling to Croke Park.

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  • Please be advised there will be no access to the stadium via the St Joseph’s Ave/Daybreak entrance.
  • Access during this time will be re-directed along St James Ave, through the A14 gate (match day Cusack entrance) - this is to facilitate the demolition of the old Handball centre / Water Harvesting project and associated works in that area.
  • Please note that all emergency evacuation routes and assembly points will operate as normal during this period.
  • If you are driving to the outer Cusack carpark then you will need to access Clonliffe Rd via either Ballybough or Drumcondra.
  • There will be no coach access to the Cusack Carpark. Coaches may drop off at Sackville Avenue

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A Guide The Croke Park Tour (GAA Museum, Skyline Tour + Bloody Sunday)

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Posted on Last updated: July 26, 2023

A Guide The Croke Park Tour (GAA Museum, Skyline Tour + Bloody Sunday)

If you’re looking for interesting places to visit in Dublin , Croke Park is a good place to start.

Although the Aviva Stadium might be the shiny new stadium du jour, the heart and soul of Irish sport lies among Dublin 3’s narrow roads and terraced houses at Croke Park.

Even when there isn’t a game on, the Croke Park tour provides a great platform to learn about Irish sporting history and a whole lot more. 

In the guide below, you’ll find info on the story behind this historic stadium and the GAA museum to the Croke Park Skyline Tour.

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Some quick need-to-knows about the Croke Park tour

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Although booking into the Croke Park tour is fairly straightforward, there are a few need-to-knows that’ll make your visit that bit more enjoyable.

1. Location

Croke Park (or ‘Croker’ as it’s known to locals) is walkable from the city centre, and you can make it there within half an hour. Otherwise, you can jump on a number of different buses. You can also take the DART to Drumcondra Station, which is just a 10-minute walk from the stadium.

2. Admission + opening hours

Admission (prices may change) to the GAA Museum is €9 for adults, while it’s €7.50 for students and seniors. It’s €6.50 for children aged 3-12 (under-3’s go free), while families of two adults and two children can enter for €21. The museum is open from Monday to Saturday, 9.30 am to 5 pm and on Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm. 

3. The tours

Croke Park really pushes the boat out when it comes to the variety of tours on offer! Choose from a historical tour at the GAA Museum, an all-access Stadium Tour or get a unique view from above with the Crok Park Skyline Tour. They’re all cracking tours led by experts, so choose one (or all of them!) and see what Croke Park’s all about. 

4. Home to a heap of history

Croke Park is home to the sort of history that few other stadiums can match, and not all of it is pleasant. But that doesn’t make it any less interesting! As well as opening way back in 1884, it was also the scene of the infamous Bloody Sunday massacre where 14 civilians were gunned down by British forces. But more on that in the next section.

A brief history of Croke Park

The history of Croke Park is a long and interesting one. And it’s forgotten by many who take a seat inside its walls.

Below, you’ll get an insight into some of the stories you’ll hear during the Croke Park tour. Pay particular attention to the section on Bloody Sunday.

1. A stadium for an Archbishop

The land around Croke Park had been used as the setting for sporting events since the 1880s and was known as the City and Suburban Racecourse, or Jones’ Road sports ground. Then in 1908, the ground was bought by a local journalist and GAA member with a view to making it a permanent Gaelic sporting ground.

Five years later, the GAA purchased the plot of land for £3,500, and the ground was then renamed Croke Park in honour of one of the GAA’s first patrons, Archbishop Thomas Croke. 

2. Bloody Sunday

By 1920, it had a couple of stands and was on its way to eventually becoming a recognised stadium. Things came to an abrupt halt, however, on the 21st of November of that year.

During a match between Dublin and Tipperary, British forces fired on the crowd of 5,000, killing twelve spectators and a Tipperary player in response to an IRA attack earlier in the day. 

The event has lived on in infamy and only increased support for the IRA at home and abroad. Built in 1924, the Hogan Stand at Croke was named after Michael Hogan, the Tipperary player killed on Bloody Sunday. 

3. Big games and bigger gigs

Croke Park has since evolved into an elite sports stadium, and its capacity has swelled to 82,000, making it the fourth-largest stadium in Europe. It continues to be used predominantly by the GAA and hosts the annual All-Ireland finals in Gaelic football and hurling. 

It also regularly hosts music gigs by some of the world’s biggest artists. Unsurprisingly, it’s been a favourite of U2 for many years, but Croke has also hosted gigs by the likes of Bon Jovi, Take That and Tina Turner. 

What to do at Croke Park

One of the reasons that the Croke Park tour is seen as one of the best day trips from Dublin City is due to the number of things there is to see and do.

Below, you’ll find info on the Croke Park Skyline Tour and the GAA Museum to where to visit nearby.

1. The GAA Museum

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When people refer to the ‘Croke Park tour’, they’re usually talking about the GAA Museum, which vividly brings to life how the GAA has contributed to Ireland’s cultural, social and sporting heritage.

The GAA Museum tells the story of Ireland’s unique national sports. Featuring a ton of artefacts, including jerseys, medals and photographs, there’s so much here to keep you entertained, even if you’ve no idea how Gaelic football or hurling work. You’ll soon know!

There are also exhibitions, and the Remembering Bloody Sunday Exhibition is the one to go to if you’d like to know more about that terrible day in 1920.

It shaped the landscape of Ireland in more ways than one and is as important an event as any other in Ireland’s struggle to be free of Britain’s grasp. This is regarded as one of the best museums in Dublin for good reason.

2. The Skyline Tour

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Now here’s a tour you won’t find at any old stadium! Get an epic view of Dublin from 17 storeys high at Croke Park’s Skyline Tour. Dublin’s highest open-viewing platform , this amazing rooftop walkway will give you a birds-eye view over the stadium and pitch and you’ll be able to learn about each stand from a unique vantage point. 

When you’ve finished checking the stadium out, you’ll then be able to turn and get a stunning panorama of Dublin City! The expert guides will point out all of the city’s significant landmarks and tell you about them in their own way. Don’t forget to take plenty of photos on this tour!

3. The Stadium Tour

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Want to get an insight into what it’s like to be one of the privileged few to play at Croke Park? Minus the sweat, of course! The Croke Park Stadium tour gives you a backstage pass to see areas of the stadium fans would never normally get to see on match days. 

Take a seat in the VIP area, enjoy a birds-eye view from the media centre, take a look inside the dressing rooms, and walk in the footsteps of Gaelic games legends as you go pitchside through the players’ tunnel! The expert tour guides will tell you all about the history of the stadium on the way and point out all of its interesting quirks and landmarks. 

Things to do near Croke Park

There’s an almost endless number of places to visit in Dublin after you’ve finished up on the Croke Park tour.

Below, you’ll find everything from historical sites and old pubs to great places to eat, one of our favourite walks in Dublin and more.

1. Glasnevin Cemetery

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Stretching across 124 acres, this famous Glasnevin Cemetery is the final resting place for some of the most prominent names in Irish history. Take one of their cracking tours and hear the stories and see the graves of the likes of Michael Collins, Éamon de Valera and Brendan Behan. The O’Connell Tower offers a viewpoint to rival that of the Croke’s Skyline (though there’s a 198-step climb to see it!). 

2. National Botanic Gardens

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Situated next door to Glasnevin Cemetery, the National Botanic Gardens is the place to come for a deep dive into the natural world during your time in Dublin. Founded in 1795, they house approximately 20,000 living plants and many millions of dried plant specimens across 48 acres. 

3. Endless attractions in the city

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Head back down south towards the city centre but stop by at Parnell Square to celebrate some of Dublin’s finest literary artists at the Dublin Writers Museum or the James Joyce Centre. Continue down O’Connell Street if you want to see Trinity College and Temple Bar . Staying north of the Liffey, the Jameson Bow St Distillery is just a 15-minute walk from Parnell Square.

4. Food and trad pubs

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There’s plenty of pubs near Croke Park so you can go and grab a pint, whether it’s a match day or not. The likes of The Auld Triangle, Meagher’s or Fagan’s are all cracking options but they only really come alive if you’re there for a big game! Or, if you fancy visiting somewhere very  unique after the Croke Park tour, visit the Gravediggers in Glasnevin.

FAQs about the Croke Park tour

We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from ‘What is the story behind Bloody Sunday and Croke Park?’ to ‘Is the GAA Museum worth visiting?’.

In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.

What happened on Bloody Sunday at Croke Park?

On the 21st of November 1920, during a match between Dublin and Tipperary, British forces fired on a crowd of 5,000, killing 12, in response to an IRA attack earlier in the day. 

Is the Croke Park Skyline Tour worth doing?

Even if you have no interest in the GAA Museum, the Croke Park Skyline Tour is well worth doing, as you get to see Dublin from a very unique angle.

What’s involved in the GAA Museum tour?

Vividly bringing to life how the GAA has contributed to Ireland’s cultural, social and sporting heritage, the GAA Museum tells the story of Ireland’s unique national sports.

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  • Get behind the scenes at Ireland's largest and most iconic stadium
  • At the home of the GAA, discover why this stadium has been at the heart of Irish sporting and cultural life for over 100 years.
  • Walk in the footsteps of your sporting heroes and visit the team dressing rooms before going pitch-side
  • Enjoy the state of the art interactive sports area, and test your skills at the home of the GAA
  • Brave exhillarating heights on the Skyline Tour for breathtaking views of Dublin City

Croke Park Museum & Stadium Tour

Croke Park – One of the largest stadiums in Europe and home to our beloved GAA! Come and explore Irelands most iconic sports grounds. You’ll learn all there is to know about the history of the Gaelic Athletic Association in the Croke Park Museum.

Experience a guided tour in this sensational interactive visitor centre and explore behind the scenes of this iconic stadium! From the pitch to the dressing rooms to the VIP area…you’ll get to see it all. Croke Park Stadium Tours  gives you an opportunity to learn about the history of the GAA through a beautifully presented exhibition. You can even test your skills in Gaelic football and hurling at the state-of-the-art games zone – something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

Croke Park Skyline Tour

Take the adventure to new heights with the Croke Park Skyline!

The Skyline Tour is of the best things to do in Dublin – Experience unparalleled views of the capital, Dublin Bay and the Wicklow mountains to name but a few. Make sure you take your camera to snap some epic pics!

Tours at dusk are also available.

For one of the most unique experiences in Dublin, you can now try yoga on the Croke Park Skyline!

Croke Park Tour Tickets

You can buy tickets for Croke Park Tours directly from the Croke Park website. Child, Student, Senior, Adult, and Family tickets are available. It is highly recommended to book in advance.

Croke Park Tour Prices

Child tickets start at €7, and adult tickets are €10, though discounts are available for families.

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All tours and activities start from the GAA Museum which is located in the Cusack Stand.

Getting to Croke Park Museum and Skyline Tour

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Croke Park is about 15 minutes walk from Dublin City.

The closest Irish Rail station is Drumcondra Station, which is a 5 minute walk from the stadium. The closest DART station is Connolly Station, a 15-20 minute walk.

Take the No 3, 11, 11a 16, 16a and 41 from the City Centre to Drumcondra Road. Visit dublinbus.ie for full details, and to plan your journey.

Croke Park is just a short cycle from the City Centre. The nearest Dublin Bike stations are located on North Circular Road and Mountjoy Square. There is bike parking facilities available in the Cusack Stand car park.

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Other Attractions Closeby

Glasnevin Cemetery is located close to Croke Park, as well as the tranquil National Botanic Gardens - it's a must to visit when you are in the area!

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Bruce Springsteen in Dublin: Croke Park concert setlist, weather forecast, ticket information and more

Everything you need to know about the final date of springsteen’s irish tour.

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Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band performing at Boucher Road Playing Fields in Belfast. Photograph: Liam McBurney for The Irish Times

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Bruce Springsteen is on the home stretch of his four-date Irish tour, having enthralled, delighted and surprised thousands and thousands of fans in Belfast on Thursday of last week and Nowlan Park, Kilkenny, on Sunday. Some 40,000 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork on Thursday night were even treated to a rendition of Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town . Springsteen finished his set on a rainy night in Cork with a moving version of The Pogues’ Rainy Night in Soho, in tribute to the late Shane MacGowan .

He plays the final concert of the tour at Croke Park in Dublin on Sunday, May 19th. The concert be a particular achievement for the The Boss: it will mark one million in ticket sales since his first concert in the country in 1985 at Slane Castle, Co Meath.

In a five-star review Stuart Bailie described the night in Belfast as “an immense show” and dedicated to lost friends and, as Springsteen put it, “things that leave us, and what remains”. For anyone heading to Cork on Thursday, here’s what you need to know.

In Nowlan Park last Sunday, fans praised a “phenomenal evening” which included a touching tribute to Shane MacGowan. Springsteen opened the show with a cover version of The Pogues’s Rainy Night in Soho, in memory of MacGowan, who died in November 2023.

‘Dancing in the Páirc’: Bruce Springsteen brings fans ‘tears of joy and nostalgia’ on rainy night in Cork

‘Dancing in the Páirc’: Bruce Springsteen brings fans ‘tears of joy and nostalgia’ on rainy night in Cork

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Brucewatch: Bruce Springsteen turns up at his favourite Dublin chipper for a second time

For anyone heading to Croke Park on Sunday, here’s what you need to know.

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Can I still buy tickets for the show?

While the concert is officially sold out, there are some resale tickets available on Ticketmaster . The promoters advise only buying tickets from authorised sellers.

The ticket box office, at the junction of Gills Corner and North Circular Road, will be open from 2pm on concert day.

What time does the gig start?

The venue opens at 5pm and Springsteen and his band will be on stage at 7pm sharp. There is no support act and he is expected to play for three hours.

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What songs will he play?

Springsteen set lists can be unpredictable – he often picks a song from placards held up by fans and plays it. Here is what The Boss played in Cork on Thursday:

  • Who’ll Stop the Rain (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover)
  • Lonesome Day
  • Letter to You
  • The Promised Land
  • Hungry Heart
  • Light of Day (sign request)
  • Atlantic City (sign request)
  • Darlington County
  • Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town (sign request)
  • My City of Ruins
  • Nightshift (Commodores cover)
  • Last Man Standing (acoustic)
  • Backstreets
  • Because the Night
  • She’s the One
  • Wrecking Ball
  • Thunder Road
  • Born to Run
  • Dancing in the Dark
  • Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
  • Twist and Shout (The Top Notes cover)
  • A Rainy Night in Soho (The Pogues cover)

How do I get to the venue?

Croke Park is well served by public transport. Bus, rail, Dart and Luas transport options can all bring you within walking distance of the venue. O’Connell street is a 15-20 minute walk to the stadium. Plan your journey online from anywhere in Ireland to the venue via transportforireland.ie

Will roads be closed in the area around the venue?

Temporary road closures will be put in place as required before and after the show. For full details please check garda.ie .

What are the entry requirements to the venue?

Download your tickets from your Ticketmaster account to your iPhone wallet/Google Pay wallet in advance of show day. Screenshots or printouts of digital tickets will not be accepted.

No under-14s will be allowed entry to the standing/pitch area and will only be permitted in seating areas.

All under-16s must be accompanied by a person 18-plus. All under-14s must have seated tickets as they will not be permitted on the pitch/standing area.

Children under six will not be admitted. All people entering the stadium must have a valid ticket.

Can I queue early at the venue?

Early queuing is not permitted. Ticket holders are requested to respect the privacy of the residents and businesses in the local community.

What can I bring or not bring to the concert?

Prohibited items include flag poles, selfie sticks and sticks for banners. Umbrellas, professional cameras and recording devices (this will apply to cameras that have detachable lenses), bottles, glass vessels, cans, flasks, flares, laser devices, prams/push chairs, inflatable and folding chairs are also prohibited. Concertgoers are advised not bring a bag unless it is necessary. People without bags will be fast-tracked.

Can I leave and re-enter the venue throughout the day?

No. Once you leave the venue on the show day, re-entry will not be possible.

What’s the weather going to be like?

Weather forecast here Sunday is expected to be a mostly dry day with sunny spells. Highs of 17 to 21 or 22 degrees with light northerly or variable breezes are forecast. As this is an outdoor concert, dress appropriately for inclement weather.

Will there be a designated area for wheelchair users?

Yes. Please note space within this area is limited. Please check availability through ticketmaster.ie .

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  • Get the backstage pass at Ireland's most iconic stadium
  • See the home of the GAA, and learn the origins and history of Ireland's most important sports.
  • Walk in the footsteps of sporting legends and visit the team dressing rooms before going pitch-side
  • State of the art museum detailing key events in Ireland's and the GAA's history
  • Breathtaking views of Dublin City on the Skyline Tour

Croke Park - A Background

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Croke Park is Ireland's (and one of Europe's) largest and most iconic sporting stadiumds, and is the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). A visit to the Croke Park museum is an insight not just into Ireland's most famous sports, it showcases the history, culture and traditions surrounding Gaelic games, and how Croke Park has played a central role in Ireland's history for over 100 years.

Croke Park is the home of Ireland's largest sporting and cultural organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) - Croke Park has played host to iconic moments in Irish sport & history and to major cultural and international events.

For well over a century, the stadium has been headquarters of the GAA. Every September, two of Ireland's key sporting events - the GAA All-Ireland Football and Hurling Championship Finals – attract a capacity 82,300 fans, to witness the pinnacle of Gaelic games action - in this world famous stadium.

Croke Park Museum

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A museum like no other, the Croke Park museum allows visitors to get up close to the unique story of Gaelic games and the GAA, right from its historic origins to the present day. This museum is like no other sporting museum you’ll ever visit. Clebrating the history of Ireland’s national games, the museum vividly brings to life how the GAA has contributed to our cultural, social and sporting heritage. Visitors will recognise how closely linked the GAA, Gaelic Games, and the Croke Park stadium have been in key historical events in the nation's history. Featured exhibitions include the original Sam Maguire and Liam MacCarthy Cups, the Hall of Fame, and a whole floor dedicated to the games as they are today. The is also an Interactive Games Zone, where you can test your hurling and Gaelic football skills!

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Croke Park Stadium Tours

The stadium tour offers an access-all-areas trip through this magnificent home of the GAA. Follow in the footsteps of Irish sporting legends as you visit the team dressing rooms before going through the tunnel and onto pitch-side to take in the vast stadium in all its glory.

Croke Park Skyline Tour

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Grab your friends and harness your adventurous side for a trip to Croke Park’s Skyline. Scale new heights on the Skyline Tour which is a tour like no other in Dublin. You will enjoy a thrilling rooftop walk on top of this iconic stadium. Experience breathtaking panoramic views of Dublin City, as well as views of the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains, and across Dublin Bay. And of course - the incredible view of the Croke Park pitch! Tours at dusk are also available.

For one of the most unique experiences in Dublin, you can now try yoga on the Croke Park Skyline!

Stadium and Museum Tour Tickets

You can buy tickets for Croke Park Tours directly from the Croke Park website . It is recommended to book in advance.

Croke Park Tour Price

Child tickets start at €7, and adult tickets are €10, though discounts are available for families. Child, Student, Senior, Adult, and Family tickets are available. Access to the GAA Museum and the new ‘Remembering Bloody Sunday’ exhibition are complementary after your Croke Park Stadium Tour or Skyline Tour. There are also some museum-only tickets available daily at select times.

Croke Park Museum and Stadium Tour Entrance

All tours and activities start from the GAA Museum which is located in the Cusack Stand.

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Getting to Croke Park Museum and Skyline Tour

Croke Park is about 15 minutes walk from Dublin City.

The closest Irish Rail station is Drumcondra Station, which is a 5 minute walk from the stadium. The closest DART station is Connolly Station, a 15-20 minute walk.

Take the No 3, 11, 11a 16, 16a and 41 from the City Centre to Drumcondra Road. Visit the Dublin Bus website to plan your journey.

Croke Park is just a short cycle from the City Centre. The nearest Dublin Bike stations are located on North Circular Road and Mountjoy Square. There is bike parking facilities available in the Cusack Stand car park.

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Taylor Swift and special guests Paramore will play Aviva Stadium on Friday 28th, Saturday 29th June and Sunday 30th June 2024

Please note, tickets & hospitality for any concert at Aviva Stadium are distributed by the event organiser and not by Aviva Stadium directly. Unfortunately, we will be unable to assist with these queries, however, please redirect your query to the relevant party below. 

Tickets: 

Please note, tickets for events at Aviva Stadium are distributed by the event organiser and not by Aviva Stadium directly.

Register NOW for your opportunity to access tickets at https://www.ticketmaster.ie/taylor-swift-the-eras-tour .

Registration will close on Friday 23rd June at 11:59pm.

Registration ticket sales start Thursday 13th July at 10.00am. 

Food & Drink:

Public & Premium Levels:

All bars & food kiosks will be open on all levels. 

Cashless Stadium:

Please note, that Aviva Stadium is now cashless across all bars and food outlets for this and all future matches. This means there will be no cash accepted but all bank cards, Apple, Android and Google Pay are accepted. This change will mean faster service, shorter queue times, faster transaction time and means the staff won’t be handling cash.

There will be food & beverage outlets available on all open levels. 

Corporate Hospitality: 

There has been no official corporate hospitality partner announced to date.

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Before proceeding, your answer may be found in our FAQ section.  Please also read the following points before you send your inquiry to MCD.

  • MCD does not sell tickets. Any & all ticketing queries should be directed to Ticketmaster via your My Account function. If you do not have an account, you should create one prior to submitting your request.
  • MCD does not distribute 1) backstage passes 2) VIP passes or 3) wristbands to the general public. Requests for passes/wristbands will not be answered.
  • MCD cannot arrange any individual Meet & Greets, or shout outs by artists at our events. Meet & Greets, where available, will be purchasable via Ticketmaster’s website. Individual requests will not be answered.
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Here Are All of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour European Dates So You Can Follow Along Online

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Planning on living vicariously through Taylor Swift’s ongoing stadium tour this summer? Here’s what you need to know about the Eras Tour Europe dates.

I’ll also list the local time at each tour stop in relation to Greenwich Mean Time. (If you’ve never seen that before, the Prime Meridian that determines GMT is located in the Greenwich borough of London, though since it is a dividing line most of London is actually GMT+1, meaning one hour ahead of GMT. In the United States “Eastern Standard Time” is GMT-4, they are four hours behind GMT, and “Pacific Standard Time” is GMT-8, eight hours behind. Why am I explaining all of this? We’re supposed to be talking about Taylor Swift.)

If you’re not in the mood for math, you can also click the times below to be taken to a “what time is it in ___” Google result for your convenience. That way, you’ll know exactly when to tune into social media for the latest acoustic set/secret songs and other Eras updates.

The European era of the Eras tour opened in Paris, and as fans across the world discovered in horror shock it’s a totally different show this summer. We knew that The Tortured Poets Department would mix things up, but things are majorly different. What else is in store? Well, Taylor’s famous for her Fourth of July parties, and this year she’ll be in a party city. But not, like, a Party City. You get it. There are Olympic stadiums, old cities galore, and an extended stay in Germany. Oh, and the opener for the entire European leg of the 2024 tour, by the way, is Paramore. What a treat!

Paris, France – May 9-12 

Venue : Paris La Defense Arena Local Time: GMT+2

Stockholm, Sweden – May 17-19

Venue: Friends Arena Local Time: GMT+2

Lisbon, Portugal – May 24-25

Venue: Estádio da Luz Local Time: GMT+1

Madrid, Spain – May 29-30

Venue: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu Local Time: GMT+2

Lyon, France – June 2-3

Venue: Groupama Stadium Local Time: GMT+2

Edinburgh, Scotland – June 8-9

Venue: Groupama Stadium Local Time: GMT+1

Liverpool, England – June 13-15

Venue: Anfield Local Time: GMT+1

Cardiff, Wales – June 18

Venue: Principality Stadium Local Time: GMT+1

London, England – June 21-23

Venue: Wembley Stadium Local Time: GMT+1

Dublin, Ireland – June 28-30

Venue: Aviva Stadium Local Time: GMT+1

Amsterdam, Netherlands – July 4-6

Venue: Johan Cruijff Arena Local Time: GMT+2

Zurich, Switzerland – July 9-10

Venue: Letzigrund Stadion Local Time: GMT+2

Milan, Italy – July 13-14

Venue: San Siro Local Time: GMT+2

Gelsenkirchen, Germany – July 17-19

Venue: Veltins Arena Local Time: GMT+2

Hamburg, Germany – July 23-24

Venue: Volksparkstadion Local Time: GMT+2

Munich, Germany – July 27-28

Venue: Olympiastadion München Local Time: GMT+2

Warsaw, Poland – August 1-3

Venue: PGE Narodowy – National Stadium Local Time: GMT+2

Vienna, Austria – August 8-10

Venue: Ernst Happel Stadion Local Time: GMT+2

London, England – August 15-20

So she didn’t really say “so long, London” (couldn’t resist) in June because she’s back in August for an even longer stay! Hey, “August” is another song title! And thus ends the Eras Tour’s not-so-cruel summer in Europe!

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Taylor Swift in Madrid: dates, timings, setlist and everything you need to know

The Eras tour has arrived in Europe – here’s everything you need to know about her upcoming shows in Madrid

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Swifties of Madrid , your wait is nearly over. Following the release of her brand-new double album The Tortured Poets Department , Taylor Swift has finally landed in  Europe with the Eras Tour (the highest-grossing tour in history, we’ll have you know).

The tour kicked off in Paris last night  and she’ll be heading to Madrid at the end of May. Got tickets? Lucky you. This is everything you need to know about Taylor Swift’s upcoming shows in the Spanish capital.

When are the Taylor Swift concerts in Madrid?

The global popstar will perform twice at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium , on May 29 and 30 .

What time will Taylor Swift come on stage?

The show on May 29 will start at 8pm, while the performance on May 30 will kick off earlier, at 6.30pm. Based on the timings of her first Paris show, we estimate she’ll take to the stage between 9 and 9.30pm on May 29, and between 7.30 and 8pm on May 30. 

When will the concert end?

The Eras Tour shows tend to last over three hours, and some have lasted almost four. Depending on any surprise songs or guest appearances, t he shows should end at around 12.30am on May 29, and 11pm on May 30. 

Are there any tickets left?

Sadly both Madrid shows have completely sold out. 

How much are the tickets?

Ticket prices range between €85 and €226.50, while VIP passes cost a whopping €589.

What is the setlist for The Eras Tour?

The release of The Tortured Poets Department understandably raised questions about whether Taylor would adapt her setlist to include some of her 31 new songs… and she did not disappoint. 

This is the setlist for the Eras Tour, in order, based on the first Paris show:

  • Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince
  • Cruel Summer
  • You Need to Calm Down
  • You Belong With Me
  • We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • All Too Well (10-minute version)
  • … Ready For It?
  • Don’t Blame Me
  • Look What You Made Me Do

Folklore/Evermore (now combined into one Era)

  • champagne problems
  • illicit affairs
  • my tears ricochet
  • Blank Space
  • Shake It Off
  • Wildest Dreams

The Tortured Poets Department (new!)

  • But Daddy I Love Him
  • So High School
  • Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?
  • The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived
  • I Can Do It With A Broken Heart

Surprise songs

  • Paris (from Midnights)
  • loml (from TTPD)
  • Lavender Haze
  • Midnight Rain
  • Vigilante Shit

And these are the songs which have been removed:

  • The Archer (from Lover era)
  • Long Live (from Speak Now era)
  • the 1 (from folklore era)
  • the last great american dynasty (from folklore era)
  • ’tis the damn season (from evermore era)
  • tolerate it (from evermore era)

Who will be supporting Taylor Swift in Madrid?

The pop-punk band Paramore will support Taylor throughout the European Eras Tour. 

Prohibited objects

The Santiago Bernabéu stadium does not admit bulky objects (which could hamper an evacuation), or drinks or food in containers made from metal, glass, ceramics or wood.

There’s no smoking on the premises, including vaping, and you can’t bring pets either. 

Where else in Europe will Taylor Swift perform?

The tour will pass through the capital at the end of May, and will end in Europe on August 20, in London. These are all of Taylor Swift's dates on her European tour:

  • May 17, 18 and 19 - Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden
  • May 24 and 25 - Da Luz Stadium in Lisbon, Portugal
  • May 29 and 30 - Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, Spain
  • June 2 and 3 - Groupama Stadium in Lyon, France
  • June 7, 8 and 9 - Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, UK
  • June 13, 14 and 15 - Anfield Stadium in Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • June 18 - Principality Stadium in Cardiff, UK
  • June 21, 22 and 23 - Wembley Stadium in London, United Kingdom
  • June 28, 29 and 30 - Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland
  • July 4, 5 and 6 - Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • July 9 and 10 - Letzigrund Zurich Stadium in Zurich, Switzerland
  • July 13 and 14 - San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy
  • July 17, 18 and 19 - Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany
  • July 23 and 24- Volksparkstadion in Hamburg, Germany
  • July 27 and 28- Munich Olympic Stadium in Munich, Germany
  • August 1, 2 and 3 - PGE Narodowy National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland
  • August 8, 9 and 10 - Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna, Austria
  • August 15, 16, 17, 19 and 20 - Wembley Stadium in London, United Kingdom

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Billie Eilish drops new album 'Hit Me Hard and Soft.' How close is her tour coming to Florida?

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Billie Eilish' new album "Hit Me Hard and Soft" dropped Friday as a 10-song peek behind the pop-star persona she's built up since becoming a worldwide star at 17. She's in love.

Eilish and her brother Finneas, winners of 9 Grammys and two Academy Awards , dive deep into her head to reveal regrets, desires (expect to see "it's a craving, not a crush" on T-shirts by the end of the day) and inner musings on relationships past, present and future. Also, sex .

No Florida mentions , sorry. That's still all Taylor Swift's journey . And if Floridians want to see Eilish sing about lovers, longings and stalkers live, they'll need to road trip.

Eilish is going global again with an 81-date worldwide tour, but the Sunshine State is not one of the 19 U.S. states she's hitting before heading overseas to Australia, the Netherlands and Europe in a widespread 10-month tour.

Eilish's third album comes hard on the heels of winning just about every award possible for "What Was I Made For?" from the "Barbie" movie soundtrack.

Here's what to know.

When does the Billie Eilish Hit Me Hard and Soft tour begin?

The first show is in Québec on September 29, 2024. Her first U.S. show will be in Baltimore, Maryland on Oct. 4.

When do tickets for the Billie Eilish Hit Me Hard and Soft tour go on sale? When do the presale tickets start?

General tickets went on sale through Eilish' website Friday, May 3, along with tour merch.

As with previous Eilish tours. portions of the North American ticket sales will go to environmental nonprofit Reverb to reduce the massive environmental footprint from touring.

What's the closest city to Florida Billie Eilish will be appearing in?

The tour is coming to the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia for two nights, Nov. 2 and 3. But both nights are already sold out.

You can get on the waitlist , or you can keep going to Nashville, Tennessee at the Bridgestone Arena for the Nov. 6 show. As of Friday morning, tickets were still available, starting at $118.75 for the cheapest seats and up to $262 for a better view.

Which cities is the Billie Eilish Hit Me Hard and Soft tour coming to?

North america.

  • Sept. 29, 2024 - Centre Videotron – Québec, QC
  • Oct. 1, 2024 - Scotiabank Arena - Toronto, ON
  • Oct. 2, 2024 - Scotiabank Arena - Toronto, ON
  • Oct. 4, 2024 - CFG Bank Arena - Baltimore, MD
  • Oct. 5, 2024 - Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA
  • Oct. 7, 2024 - Little Caesars Arena - Detroit, MI
  • Oct. 9, 2024 - Prudential Center - Newark, NJ
  • Oct. 11, 2024 - TD Garden - Boston, MA
  • Oct. 13, 2024 - PPG Paints Arena - Pittsburgh, PA
  • Oct. 16, 2024 - Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
  • Oct. 17, 2024 - Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
  • Oct. 18, 2024 - Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
  • Nov. 2, 2024 - State Farm Arena - Atlanta, GA
  • Nov. 3, 2024 - State Farm Arena - Atlanta, GA
  • Nov. 6, 2024 - Bridgestone Arena - Nashville, TN
  • Nov. 8, 2024 - Heritage Bank Center - Cincinnati, OH
  • Nov. 10, 2024 - Xcel Energy Center - Saint Paul, MN
  • Nov. 11, 2024 - Xcel Energy Center - Saint Paul, MN
  • Nov. 13, 2024 - United Center - Chicago, IL
  • Nov. 14, 2024 - United Center - Chicago, IL
  • Nov. 16, 2024 - T-Mobile Center - Kansas City, MO
  • Nov. 17, 2024 - CHI Health Center Omaha - Omaha, NE
  • Nov. 19, 2024 - Ball Arena - Denver, CO
  • Nov. 20, 2024 - Ball Arena - Denver, CO
  • Dec. 3, 2024 - Rogers Arena - Vancouver, BC
  • Dec. 5, 2024 - Climate Pledge Arena - Seattle, WA
  • Dec. 6, 2024 - Climate Pledge Arena - Seattle, WA
  • Dec. 8, 2024 - Moda Center - Portland, OR
  • Dec. 10, 2024 - SAP Center at San Jose - San Jose
  • Dec. 11, 2024 - SAP Center at San Jose - San Jose
  • Dec. 13, 2024 - Desert Diamond Arena - Glendale, AZ
  • Dec. 15, 2024 - Kia Forum - Inglewood, CA
  • Dec. 16, 2024 - Kia Forum - Inglewood, CA
  • Dec. 17, 2024 - Kia Forum - Inglewood, CA

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AUSTRALIA TOUR DATES

  • Feb. 18, 2025 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre - Brisbane, Australia
  • Feb. 19, 2025 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre - Brisbane, Australia
  • Feb. 21, 2025 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre - Brisbane, Australia
  • Feb. 22, 2025 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre - Brisbane, Australia
  • Feb. 24, 2025 - Qudos Bank Arena - Sydney, Australia
  • Feb. 25, 2025 - Qudos Bank Arena - Sydney, Australia
  • Feb. 27, 2025 - Qudos Bank Arena - Sydney, Australia
  • Feb. 28, 2025 - Qudos Bank Arena - Sydney, Australia
  • March 4, 2025 - Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, Australia
  • March 5, 2025 - Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, Australia
  • March 7, 2025 - Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, Australia
  • March 8, 2025 - Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, Australia

EUROPE, UNITED KINGDOM, & IRELAND TOUR DATES

  • April 23, 2025 - Avicii Arena - Stockholm, Sweden
  • April 24, 2025 - Avicii Arena - Stockholm, Sweden
  • April 26, 2025 - Telenor Arena - Oslo, Norway
  • April 28, 2025 - Royal Arena - Denmark, Copenhagen
  • April 29, 2025 - Royal Arena - Denmark, Copenhagen
  • May 2, 2025 - ZAG Arena - Hannover, Germany
  • May 4, 2025 - Ziggo Dome - Netherlands, Amsterdam
  • May 5, 2025 - Ziggo Dome - Netherlands, Amsterdam
  • May 7, 2025 - Ziggo Dome - Netherlands, Amsterdam
  • May 9, 2025 - Uber Arena - Berlin, Germany
  • May 29, 2025 - Lanxess Arena - Cologne, Germany
  • May 30, 2025 - Lanxess Arena - Cologne, Germany
  • June 1, 2025 - O2 Arena - Prague, Czech Republic
  • June 3, 2025 - Tauron Arena - Krakow, Poland
  • June 4, 2025 - Tauron Arena - Krakow, Poland
  • June 6, 2025 - Stadthalle - Vienna, Austria
  • June 8, 2025 - Unipol Arena - Bologna, Italy
  • June 10, 2025 - Accor Arena - Paris, France
  • June 11, 2025 - Accor Arena - Paris, France
  • June 14, 2025 - Palau Sant Jordi - Barcelona, Spain
  • June 15, 2025 - Palau Sant Jordi - Barcelona, Spain
  • July 7, 2025 - OVO Hydro - Glasgow, UK
  • July 8, 2025 - OVO Hydro - Glasgow, UK
  • July 10, 2025 - The O2 - London, UK
  • July 11, 2025 - The O2 - London, UK
  • July 13, 2025 - The O2 - London, UK
  • July 14, 2025 - The O2 - London, UK
  • July 16, 2025 - The O2 - London, UK
  • July 17, 2025 - The O2 - London, UK
  • July 19, 2025 - Co-op Live - Manchester, UK
  • July 20, 2025 - Co-op Live - Manchester, UK
  • July 22, 2025 - Co-op Live - Manchester, UK
  • July 23, 2025 - Co-op Live - Manchester, UK
  • July 26, 2025 - 3Arena - Dublin, Ireland
  • July 27, 2025 - 3Arena - Dublin, Ireland

Has Billie Eilish performed in Florida?

While Eilish made two stops here in 2020 ( Orlando and Miami ) on her "Where Do We Go?" world tour, the Sunshine State also got skipped in the 2022 "Happier Than Ever" tour according to concertarchives.org .

But before her first studio album, "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" came out, she was performing at the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival at Sunshine Grove on March 3, 2018.

By the following year, she was sharing the stage with Doja Cat, Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Lewis Capaldi and Sam Smith for the Y100 Jingle Ball at FLA Live Arena in Sunrise.

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Iowa State will play its first-ever football game outside of the United States when it opens the 2025 season against Kansas State in the Aer Lingus College Football Classic, August 23, 2025, at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland.  

"We are extremely grateful for this opportunity presented to us by Aer Lingus to provide the young men in our football program an unrivaled educational, cultural and athletic experience," said Jamie Pollard, Iowa State's Director of Athletics. "Iowa State fans enjoy a tremendous reputation for following the Cyclones wherever they play, and we look forward to seeing them travel with us to The Emerald Isle for the 2025 season-opener."

Cyclone fans may choose between travel packages and hospitality packages which both include game tickets in Iowa State sections. All-inclusive travel packages include premium game tickets (in-stadium hospitality available as an optional upgrade), luxury hotel accommodations, exclusive Iowa State Welcome Experience and more. Or select a game day hospitality package that includes premium in-stadium hospitality with food and drinks and premium game tickets.

Use the button above to view available packages. Act quickly to guarantee the best game ticket!

"We are thrilled to see Iowa State and Kansas State participating in the 2025 Aer Lingus College Football Classic," Big 12 Commissioner Brett Yormark said. "We look forward to watching two Big 12 brands compete in Dublin on a global stage. The international exposure and cultural experience will greatly benefit our student-athletes, institutions and conference as a whole.

More information on flights will be available 10 months prior to the game and a menu of unique travel experiences will be unveiled this fall, which can easily be added to any travel package. Separate emails will be sent to you as flight and travel experience information becomes available.

Remaining game tickets will go on sale early 2025 for fans only interested in purchasing standalone tickets to the game.

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Taylor Swift fans can still buy Eras Tour tickets for 2024 UK shows - here's how

F or millions of Taylor Swift fans, trying to get a ticket for one of her upcoming UK Eras Tour shows has been like gold dust, with thousands left struggling. The 'Fortnight' singer will be coming to the UK this summer, with gigs taking place in London, Dublin, Edinburgh, Cardiff , Liverpool and London.

Her first show will kick off June 7 in Edinburgh, before wrapping up in London in August. If you are yet to secure yourself a ticket, you can keep tabs on Ticketmaster and AXS for official tickets, as fans who no longer can attend may decide to resell their tickets.

On the other hand, you could try you luck on resale ticket platforms like Viagogo and VividSeats . These sites enable you to browse without rushing, as tickets listed by fellow enthusiasts stay accessible until they are purchased. Below is a list of links you'll need:

  • TICKETMASTER - Grab your Taylor Swift resale tickets here .
  • VIAGOGO - Secure your Taylor Swift resale tickets here .
  • VIVIDSEATS - Buy your Taylor Swift resale tickets here .

Ticketmaster is currently listing tickets as 'low availability' for shows in Cardiff, Edinburgh and London. There is also 'limited availability' for concerts in Liverpool.

However, it is important to keep in mind any official resale tickets are highly likely to be bought very quickly. If you are struggling to get any tickets from the likes of Ticketmaster , there are secondary ticket resale platforms you could try.

Sites such as Viagogo and VividSeats currently have tour tickets listed. However, there is a pretty big catch - there are some tickets for as much as £6,000.

At the time of writing, one of the cheapest tickets costs £199 on viagogo for her third performance in Edinburgh.

At the time of writing, the most affordable resale tickets are listed for £220 each on Viagogo , for her third and final night in Edinburgh. There are also tickets from £339 on VividSeats , also for an Edinburgh show.

For anyone who is able to travel further, there is an option to purchase seated tickets from £50 on Viagogo for this coming Sunday (May 19) for Swift's gig in Stockholm, Sweden.

All three of her shows in Stockholm this weekend (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) still have a some left for under £100 each on the resale site. As for Madrid tickets, on May 29 and 30, these are available for less than £150 each.

AXS, one of Taylor Swift's authorised ticket sellers, urged fans to avoid buying resale tickets from unverified sources. A representative for Viagogo told the Mirror : "The European leg of Taylor Swift's Eras tour has been long anticipated.

"We've not seen anything like this since The Beatles, and with tickets having only just gone on sale, demand is at its peak right now. Viagogo is a regulated marketplace where fans have the freedom to buy and sell tickets to their favourite live events, safely and securely, backed by a guarantee.

"Sellers on our marketplace may list tickets at high values when demand is high, but prices can change and tend to reduce over time. We recommend Swifties wait for demand to settle, and check regularly for a listing that meets their budget. Tickets for Taylor Swift's UK dates have already sold for as low as 172 GBP on our platform. Also, tickets listed at eye-catchingly high levels rarely, if ever, sell."

Sites such as Viagogo and Vivid Seats allow fans to buy resale tickets from other fans. However, it is important to note that many event promoters say tickets should not be resold after initial purchase and will not be valid for admittance to gigs.

Fans attending live events with tickets acquired through resale websites are advised to double-check the ticket terms and conditions at the point of sale - such as Ticketmaster or Live Nation - to ensure a smooth live event experience. Tickets could be voided if they were found to be bought second-hand. As a result, fans are buying at their own risk.

Taylor Swift UK and Ireland tour dates

  • Fri, June 7 – Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
  • Sat, June 8 – Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
  • Sun, June 9 – Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
  • Thu, June 13 – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
  • Fri, June 14 – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
  • Sat, June 15– Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
  • Tue, June 18 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
  • Fri, June 21 – Wembley Stadium, London
  • Sat, June 22 – Wembley Stadium, London
  • Sun, June 23 – Wembley Stadium, London
  • Fri, June 28 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin
  • Sat, June 29– Aviva Stadium, Dublin
  • Sun, June 30 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin
  • Thu, August 15 – Wembley Stadium, London
  • Fri, August 16 – Wembley Stadium, London
  • Sat, August 17 – Wembley Stadium, London
  • Mon, August 19– Wembley Stadium, London
  • Tue, August 20 – Wembley Stadium, London

All UK and Ireland dates will be supported by US rock band Paramore.

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