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#garthgate

Garth Brooks just promised a fan from Tyrone that he's going to return to Croke Park

#GarthGate rages on, four years later.

Garth Brooks' rep has categorically denied reports he's coming to Ireland in 2018

Reports suggested that Garth could come to Ireland for three gigs next year, but his rep says it’s “not true at all”.

From TheJournal.ie 'It was absolutely ludicrous that the Garth Brooks fiasco was allowed to happen' Garthgate This post contains videos

'It was absolutely ludicrous that the Garth Brooks fiasco was allowed to happen'

Fianna Fáil’s biggest Garth Brooks fan* reflects on the saga that convulsed a nation.

From TheJournal.ie Gardaí are investigating dodgy Garth Brooks objection letters Fake Fuss

Here's why you should be happy you don't have a Garth gig to go to

Support group, gather round.

Best Garth Brooks t-shirt? We have a winner

Sure feck it like.

Well, it looks like Irish people are finally angry with Garth Brooks

The Twitter reaction has changed dramatically since this saga began.

Dublin pub declares itself a 'Garth Brooks free zone'

Well, for one night only at least.

From TheJournal.ie Funerals without corpses and rolling around in sugar: The week in quotes Say That Again

Funerals without corpses and rolling around in sugar: The week in quotes

“I’m not sure if I’m able to turn the poison chalice into sweet wine.”

From TheJournal.ie There's talk of Barack Obama getting involved in the Garth Brooks debacle Ain't Goin Down

There's talk of Barack Obama getting involved in the Garth Brooks debacle

…and the Mexican ambassador, seriously.

All these mammies have lost their birthday presents thanks to Garth Brooks

Won’t somebody think of the mammies?

From TheJournal.ie Taoiseach: Garth Brooks cancellation a shock to the economy and our reputation Damage

Taoiseach: Garth Brooks cancellation a shock to the economy and our reputation

Enda Kenny claimed that the gigs could have been worth “a quarter of billion” to Dublin’s economy.

Garth Brooks has announced a press conference on Thursday

It’s not known whether it will include a resolution to the Irish concerts.

From TheJournal.ie Leo and Phil to the rescue? Government told to get involved in Garth Brooks debacle Unanswered Prayers

Leo and Phil to the rescue? Government told to get involved in Garth Brooks debacle

Fianna Fáil say Ireland’s tourism reputation is at stake.