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Previous Concerts

For those lucky enough to have secured tickets to these sell-out concerts, they witnessed great musical occasions live in Croke Park – enjoying the striking visuals, firewark displays, rousing atmospheres and incredible performances from these world famous artists.

For those of you who didn’t make it or to relive the memories for those that did, we’ve created galleries of our favourite images and moments for you to enjoy.


In July 2019, Westlife brought their The Twenty Tour to Croke Park for two wonderful sold out nights.

They treated their adoring fans to a mix of their classic hits like 'Flying Without Wings' and then some of their newly realeased tracks.

Westlife Gallery

Michael Bublé

In July 2018, Michael Bublé made his long awaited return to the stage at Croke Park. The King Of Cool put on a show to remember in front of 70,000 fans.

Some lucky fans were invited on stage to dance with the singer for one of his hits, and Bublé even tried his hand at some Hurling in the home of the GAA.

Michael Bublé Gallery


Taylor Swift

In June 2018, Taylor Swift brought her Reputation Tour to Croke Park for two nights, becoming only the fourth female act to play the venue, and the first female act to play twice.

With an impressive stage setup with giant snakes and a zip-line to the additional stages, Taylor wowed the audience with classic hits and an amazing fireworks display.

Taylor Swift Gallery


The Rolling Stones

In May 2018, Croke Park was chosen as the venue to kick start the European tour of legendary Rock 'n' Roll band The Rolling Stones.

Fans were treated so some classics as well as some lesser heard gems, with Mick Jagger and the boys playing an energetic set that had the crowd bouncing and singing their hearts out.

The Rolling Stones Gallery



History was made in July 2017 when U2 returned to Croke Park on The Joshua Tree Tour, 30 years on from the original tour.

Fans were treated to hits from the 1987 album include Where The Streets Have No Name, I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For, and With Or Without You.

U2 Gallery



In July 2017 Coldplay played to a sold out crowd in Croke Park on their A Head Full Of Dreams Tour.

Fans were treated to a mix of new releases along with classic hits such as "Fix You" and "Yellow". The crowd wore Xylobands (light-emitting wristbands) synced to the music and Croke Park never looked so spectacular!

Coldplay Gallery


Bruce Springsteen

In May 2016 Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band played two sold out concerts at Croke Park.

Fans were treated to Springsteen's trademark energetic performance over the course of two beautiful Dublin summer evenings, with Croke Park providing the perfect backdrop for the legendary rocker and the E Street Band.

Bruce Springsteen Gallery


On Saturday 9th July 2016 Beyoncé took The Formation World Tour to Croke Park.

In front of a spectacular stage, Beyoncé treated more than 80,000 fans to over two hours of her impressive catalogue of hits coupled with a performance full of energy and passion.

Beyoncé Gallery

Ed Sheeran

2015 welcomed the phenomenon that is Ed Sheeran for a 2 night run in Croke Park. One man and his guitar, supported only by a magnificent, transparent digital backdrop - wowed sell-out crowds with his unique blend of acoustic story-telling and electronic looping wizardry. 


Ed Sheeran Gallery


The Script

The Dublin trio, performed the biggest gig of their career to date to a hometown crowd of adoring fans on a balmy evening in June 2015. In a truly engaging set, their performance brought them from the main stage out to a smaller podium amongst the appreciative crowd, who were treated to all their hits against a backdrop of stunning lighting effects and fireworks finale.

Earlier in the evening, Pharrell provided the high-profile support and had fans in party mood with a selection of his solo and former band, NERD’s, hits along with the summer blockbuster hit, Blurred Lines.

The Script Gallery

One Direction

The global phenomenon landed in Croke Park in 2014, bringing with them a legion of fans and pyrotechnics that electrified the atmosphere.

Croke Park provided the ideal setting for their stadium tour stage. Runways, ramps and raised podiums brought the group every closer to the screaming fans and as has often been the case, a spectacular visual display of fireworks illuminated the sky above Jones Road.