Now Enda Kenny has stepped in to try and get the Garth Brooks concerts on
Can Enda save the day? Looks like he is going to try.
After more twists than a slinky, the Garth Brooks Croke Park fiasco has taken another one tonight.
Hot on the heels of the singer issuing a heartfelt letter that hinted he would hold the concerts if 'the powers that be can fix this', it seems 'the powers that be' have listened.
According to RTE News and Morning Ireland reporter Justin McCarthy, the Taoiseach has made some moves tonight in a bid to resolve the situation and get the concerts back on.
It's emerged that Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been making efforts this evening to have the Garth Brooks concerts staged at Croke Park.
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) July 9, 2014
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has asked for a meeting to be organised between City Manager and Lord Mayor tonight to have Brooks concerts sorted.
— Justin McCarthy (@MrJustinMac) July 9, 2014
Whether he can succeed is another matter, but there is probably around 400,000 votes in it if he can.