Garth Brook fans camp outside record shop

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Danila Burke, Mairead Berry, Tracey Rowe, Emily Burke and Sharon Kelly waiting outside Rollercoaster on St Kieran Street to get tickets to the Garth Brooks concerts in Croke Park. Photo: Pat Moore.
Die hard country fans are camping outside Rollercoaster Records for tickets for their heroGarth Brooks, which go on sale on Thursday morning.

Die hard country fans are camping outside Rollercoaster Records for tickets for their heroGarth Brooks, which go on sale on Thursday morning.

The country super star will take to the stage at Croke Park on July 25 and 26.

Tracey Rowe, who lives in Millenium Court is first in the queue and started camping at 8.15pm on Monday night.

“His music is just brilliant, I love him. I have been waiting for 24 years to see him. I have been a fan since I was 11 years old,” she said. She is joined by friends and fellow fans - including Tess Harte, Stephen Harte, Sharon Kelly, Danila Burke, Emily Burke, Emily Coyne and Karen Tynan.