Here's everything you need to know about getting to Westlife's Croke Park gigs
Planning on heading to Croker this weekend?
We were over the moon when it was announced that Westlife would be reuniting - and even moreso when they announced they were heading back on tour.
Tickets for the original Croke Park dates were snapped up super quickly when they went on sale last October - and, again, when extra tickets were released back in February.
But after what feels like forever, Westlife's two Croke Park gigs are just around the corner.
This Friday and Saturday, to be exact..
If you're planning on heading along to either of the gigs this weekend, here's everything you need to know about getting to Croke Park.
While fans are encouraged to "walk, bike, or use public transportation to the show", those are planning on driving have been advised that "traffic and parking delays are inevitable."
"Allow at least an extra 2 hours travel time to and from the venue," promoters have suggested.
Services serving Croke Park (1, 13, 16, 33, 40/B/D, 41/A/B/C, 44) operating as normal, with complete NiteLink services operating both nights also.
Extra services on both red and green lines both nights.
Extra trains will be provided on Friday July 5 and Saturday July 6.
- 23:50hrs Dublin Connolly to Sligo
- 00:40hrs Dublin Heuston to Cork*
- 02:13hrs Limerick Junction to Limerick*
- 00:30hrs Dublin Heuston to Galway*
- Extra DART services will operate before and after the Westlife concerts. For timetable information please see our Journey Planner.
*Please search Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th July in our Journey Planner to select these services*
If you're looking for more information on what to expect at the gigs, here's what the setlist for Westlife's gigs at Croke Park is looking like.
And here's a list of when everyone - including opening acts Wild Youth and James Arthur - will be taking to the stage.
Here's a list of age and safety restrictions - including what you can and can't bring into the venue.