Published Friday, 14 February 2014
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A total of nine major events are planned for the GAA's headquarters over the summer.
Residents claim management at Croke Park are in breach of an earlier agreement which states that only three special events can be held per year.
Country music legend Garth Brooks has sold 400,000 tickets in record time for his concerts.
Last month, the Tomorrow Never Comes singer announced he would play two gigs at the venue ahead of embarking on a world tour. The Garth Brooks Comeback Special Event was set to take place on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 July.
However, when the gigs went on sale a third date - Sunday 27 July - was added with all three dates selling out inside 90 minutes.
The following week, a fourth date was announced, followed by a fifth. They were also snapped up in record time, and now Brooks is set to perform for five nights in a row at the stadium.
One Direction already have three concerts scheduled, and an American Football game will also be staged at the city centre stadium.
Residents want the number of major concerts being held addressed urgently and, earlier this week, held a meeting with concert promoters to air their views.
Local resident Robbie Cousins said that anything more than three big events a year is unacceptable.
"We live within what is, I suppose, the cordoned off, or lockdown area, around Croke Park. We get locked in - or locked out - of our community around [ the time of] these events.
"And it is very stressful for people living in the area on the actual event days themselves.
"People have moved into this area in the last few years and you can say, 'If you live beside Croke Park, you have to accept what goes with it."
Mr Cousins said that their quality of life is suffering due to the frequency of big concerts close to their homes.
"But, you know, we accept to a certain degree match days happen and there's a nice feel around the area. But these events are just massive in their scale - the number of people going through our community late at night is incredible."
Speaking on the meeting, Alan Milton, GAA Head of Media Relations, said: "We had an initial meeting with some local community groups and residents last night. We will be making no further comment to the media while we continue our consultative process."
Aiken Promotions said following the meeting it would not be commenting while the consultative process was ongoing.
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