Special train services for Ed Sheeran concerts this weekend cancelled
Iarnróid Éireann has cancelled special services after Ed Sheeran concerts this weekend due to a lack of demand.
The rail operator made the announcement on social media today (April 20) to confirm the cancellations of the 00:40am Heuston/Cork trains on Sunday morning (April 24) and Monday morning (April 25).
The services were initially put in place to facilitate those attending Sheeran's concerts in Croke Park
Tickets for the weekend shows are still on sale despite a sold out concert in Vicar Street tonight and Whelan's last night (April 19).
Due to a lack of demand.— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) April 20, 2022
The 00:40 Heuston/Cork special services after the Ed Sheeran concert on Sunday morning(24/04/2022) and Monday morning(25/04/2022) have been cancelled - MH
It's the first time the star has played in Ireland since his his record-breaking ‘Divide Tour’, which ran from 2017-2019.
The 'Bad Habits' singer will move on to Cork next week before playing in Limerick and Belfast as well.
He took pictures and pulled pints at a pub in Fitzgeralds in Dublin last night (April 19) ahead of his Whelan's gig, with one unfortunate fan missing out on the meeting:
Sheeran also went viral last week for singing with fans at a bar in Birmingham, a video of which received almost 60,000 likes on Twitter:
My dads pal with Ed Sheeran in the roost only blues pic.twitter.com/ZGgWnu2nty— SHA (@NorthBSHA) April 11, 2022
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