Croke Park Ticket Scheme

Local residents who register with Croke Park for the stadium's community ticket scheme avail of occasional ticket offers for major concerts and matches. 

Find out more & register online here

Take a look at the FAQs below and any local resident with further queries can contact Julianne in Croke Park on 01 865 8607 or by email.

Ticket Draw FAQs

In 2019, 100 pairs of complimentary tickets were made available for each concert that took place in Croke Park and 100 pairs of tickets to purchase made available for each GAA All-Ireland Championship Final through the local resident ticket draw scheme.

Each draw is independently observed on behalf of local residents by an external auditor and the draws are weighted:  60% of tickets are allocated to households inside the event day cordon & 40% of tickets are allocated to households outside the event day cordon.

Other ticketing offers and exclusive presales

There are other ticket offers during the season for local residents including occasional concert ticket presales that are offered exclusively to local residents who have registered a household email address with the stadium

Croke Park's ticket scheme is for local residents who live in our community area.  So, whether as an owner-occupier or a tenant, if your household is in Croke Park’s 1.5km community radius, you qualify for the stadium’s local residents’ ticket scheme.  To be fair to all households in the area, one one member per household can register to be included in  the community draws and to receive occasional stadium ticket offers.

If you’re unsure, you can contact Croke Park to find out.

Once successfully registered with the stadium, households are automatically entered into all ticket draws that take place.  

One member of each household can register as the primary householder & be included in the stadium’s ticket scheme in addition to receiving regular community and event day information by email and text. 

Up to 3 other members of a household can now also register with Croke Park to receive event & community information by email.

 The form can be filled in online here

Local residents can also call into the Croke Park reception on Jones Road and fill in an application form Monday- Friday 8am-4pm.

Absolutely.  An independent auditor from PwC observes the draw that takes place for each event.

Once you are a qualifying resident, the following terms and conditions apply:
  • Registration is restricted to one member per household.
  • These draws are for local residents who live in our 1.5km community area so only persons whose primary residence is in the stadium's 1.5km community area can register with the stadium for these ticket offers
  • All local resident tickets are marked not for resale and & can be traced back to the resident who receives them
  • Any attempt to sell local reisdent tickets obtained through Croke Park (for example, through social media, online auction sites, ticket touts, local noticeboards & classifieds) will result in the tickets being automatically cancelled and the local resident disqualified from the database and not included in any future Croke Park ticket draw

Complimentary concert tickets and the opportunity to purchase tickets for the All-Ireland Championship Finals are distributed by way of a draw amongst local residents who have registered with Croke Park. 

Draws are weighted in favour of households closest to the stadium with 60% of tickets allocated to households inside the stadium's event day cordon.  The remaining 40% of tickets are allocated to households outside the cordon.

Each draw is independently observed on behalf of all residents by an external auditor from PwC

 

If you have a query in relation to local resident ticket scheme, please email Julianne Savage in Croke Park