Fans lined up over 1.5km to attend a Green Day Dublin concert at Marlay Park

Dublin’s Green Day fans remained smoking after having to join a “massive” cue to enter Marlay Park tonight.

With the help of Fall Out Boy and Weezer, thousands were expected to land in a park in southern Dublin for Monday’s Green Day “Heramega Tour.”

Those who attended the concert claimed that only one entrance was open. This means that there was a procession over 1.5km long around the park.

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Many people used social media to complain about the gig organization, calling it a “disaster.”

One man wrote: “It’s 1.8km from Marlay Park and has one entrance. No toilets or staff can get the latest information along the way.”

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Someone posted a photo of people lining up for a gig and wrote: “”

Another said, “@mcd_productions make Dublin Airport look competent. Here at Marlay Park, there was a disaster at @ GreenDay @ Weezer @ falloutboy.”

One fan claimed that at some point the cue length was over 2 km, saying, “There is a cue over 2 km in #marlaypark on #hellamegatour. Arrived at 5:30, but probably to @Weezer. I can’t meet. I bought a ticket to see. To be honest, this is the worst gig organization I’ve seen. “

However, one fan had the opportunity to jokingly name the tour, “It’s like Green Day’s Hella Mega Cue at Marlay Park. Am I right?”

A Gardai spokesperson said, “A complete police and traffic control plan is in place. No incidents are currently reported. White Church Road, which was briefly closed by Gardai to ensure the safety of concert attendees. Has been completely restarted. To traffic. “

Irish Mirror is asking MCD Productions for comment.

This is the first of three concerts this summer at Murray Park, played by rock legend Guns N Roses on Tuesday 28th June and Red Hot Chilli Peppers on stage on Wednesday 29th June. did.

The gates for all concerts at Marlay Park open at 4 pm and the show begins at 5 pm.

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