All 400,000 Garth Brooks tickets sold

Published Thursday, 06 February 2014
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All five dates of Garth Brooks' comeback special in Dublin have sold out.

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The last batch of tickets - for the fourth and newly-announced fifth dates at Croke Park - were snapped up by eager fans on Thursday morning.

It brought the total number of ticket sales to 400,000.

Aiken Promotions said: "This will be the first time that an artist will play five consecutive sold out dates at Croke Park."

The first set of tickets for the summer concerts disappeared just 90 minutes after going on sale last week with customers joining lengthy queues at ticket offices across Ireland.

A further gig was announced and tickets were made available on Thursday - those promptly sold out as well along with a fifth date which was just confirmed that morning.

The much-anticipated concerts are set to take place on 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29 July.

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