Irish Rail have cancelled this weekend’s particular late evening trains after the Ed Sheeran Croke Park concert events between Dublin and Cork because of a “lack of demand”.
The gigs are set to happen at Croke Park on Saturday and Sunday.
Customers who’ve bought tickets for the trains might be contacted shortly, Irish Rail stated.
They added: “Irish Rail apologises for any inconvenience caused.”
Tickets are nonetheless out there for his concert events in Cork, Dublin and Limerick – with re-sale tickets for the Thursday gig in Cork out there for as little as €55 on ticketmaster.
Meanwhile, there are additionally nonetheless tickets out there for Ed’s warm-up present on the extra intimate Vicar Street venue in Dublin tonight – the venue has a capability of simply over 1,000.
The Bad Habits singer posed for pictures in Fitzgerald’s pub in Sandycove in Dublin and even served pints behind the bar.
Wearing a baseball jacket, Ed was congratulated by the owner as he pulled a pint in a video.
The singer appeared happy along with his achievement as he waited for the Guinness to settle.
He additionally dined at Indian restaurant Rasam Restaurant in Glasthule on Monday evening earlier than heading to the pub.
Meanwhile, at a press briefing yesterday, Croke Park bosses inspired live performance goers to verify their telephones had been totally charged as tickets to the gigs are digital-only.
Revellers are suggested to obtain passes from their Ticketmaster account to their telephones upfront of the present.
Details on tips on how to obtain or switch tickets have been mailed to clients.
Gates at Croke Park open at 4pm and concert-goers are requested to be conscious of residents and to not collect upfront.
Support acts are Denise Chaila and Maisie Peters with Sheeran’s set anticipated to start at 8pm.
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