Here's everything you need to know about this week's Bruce Springsteen shows
Bruce Springsteen is due to play two concerts at Croke Park with the E Street Band on Friday the 27th and Sunday the 29th of May, and we have all the details for you.
There is no support act, and Bruce and the band will be taking to the stage at 7pm, with patrons encouraged to arrive at 5pm when the gates are due to open.
Under-14s aren't allowed on the pitch, even if they are accompanied by an adult, and all under-16s must be accompanied at all times.
There will be free TAG-A-KID wristbands at the customer care points and parents/guardians are encouraged to write their contact number and seat number for the concert on them to help reunite children who get lost with the adult that brought them along.
As the weather as been all over the place, patrons are advised to bring appropriate rain gear, but no umbrellas.
Aiken are advising people to take public transport to ease delays caused by inevitably heavier traffic. Add an extra 90 minutes to your journey time. Croke Park is well served by public transport and you can find out more here.