The Saga Continues - Garth Brooks Plans a Return to Ireland!
Mix up Two Pina Coladas and get ready to join some Friends in Low Places, because Garth Brooks is coming back.
Earlier this year the infamous 'five-in-a-row' debacle led to an all or none stand-off between the country music superstar and bosses at GAA HQ Croke Park, leading to the cancellation of five sold-out concerts at the venue.
But Brooks has been paying tribute to Irish fans on his global tour and now it seems he still hasn't been put off returning to the Emerald Isle. Instead, he is planning to return here next summer.
According to reports to day in The Irish Daily Star, the proposal is part of the country singer's plan to break the record for the biggest tour ever, a record currently held by Irish superstars U2.
The concerts are believed to be planned for next July, marking the conclusion of his current stadium tour.
It is believed he may play a Dublin date and another Irish venue next July, at the concluding part of his current stadium tour.