All of Garth Brooks' Ireland Comeback Concert Events Cancelled

Garth Brooks promised it to be all or nothing for his Ireland tour dates in Dublin later this month and it appears that is the case as the planner has officially announced the news.

Remember those five sold-out shows that were supposed to happen in Dublin, Ireland this summer? Well, Garth Brooks has cancelled all of them after the city refused to issue permits for two of the shows. 

The international icon, who is announcing something tomorrow morning in Nashville, stated all along that the shows would be “all or nothing” as he felt it wouldn’t be fair for the fans shut out of the denied concerts to not be able to witness the Superstar’s return from self-imposed retirement.

over 400,000 tickets were issued for the five dates and the city’s residents supposedly balked at more than three yearly events from happening at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland.

“It is with great regret that Aiken Promotions today announce that the five concert Garth Brooks Comeback Special Event at Croke Park has been cancelled,” the event planner’s website announced today. “No concerts will take place.”