Ed Sheeran Concerts Phoenix Park May 2018

Concerts take place Wednesday 16th, Friday 18th & Saturday 19th May 2018.

RESIDENTS INSIDE THE ROAD CLOSURE CORDON SHOULD CARRY IDENTIFICATION AND A BILL AS PROOF OF ADDRESS

Traffic may be extremely heavy on the Navan Road because of road closures allowed. Reinstatement work at the venue after the concerts will continue until Sunday 27th May.

NO RIGHT TURN INSIDE ASHTOWN GATE &  NO LEFT TURN INSIDE CASTLEKNOCK GATE until 14.00hrs Tuesday 22nd May. 

Extra care:   Cycle lane closed off from Phoenix Park Special School/side entrance  Visitor Centre to Mountjoy Roundabout.  Students who cycle to Castleknock & Mount Sackville Colleges & all cyclists – please take care, as you must now use the road, where construction traffic passes back and forth from 2 sites.

‘Hotline’ to Aiken Promotions with Garda connection if necessary  087 9769315   0800 – 2200hrs  14th to 20th May.

We suggest residents affected by anti-social behaviour, illegal parking/blocking entrances;  litter not collected in a timely fashion (early a.m. after each event promised);  disappearing stewards;  etc., to keep exact notes (date and time) and take photos for future reference – the camera does not lie.


Gates to be Closed 1600 – 0700hrs

  • Cabra Gate
  • Ashtown Gate
  • North Circular Road (Exit Only)
  • Knockmaroon Gate (Exit Only)
  • Islandbridge Gate (Exit Only)

Please note the temporary partial closure of Chesterfield Avenue between the Phoenix Park and Mountjoy Roundabouts will be suspended over this weekend only

Please see below full details of event, local road closures and concert details from Aiken Promotions

TMP EVENT INFO TO COMMUNITY FINAL SAT 5 MAY

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Navan Road Community Council

Navan Road Community Council was set up in 1968 to help bring together community groups and sporting groups, so that they would have one voice when trying to get things done in the community. These days the NRCC lobbies Dublin City Council and local representatives in relation to issues such as traffic, planning and policing to name a few.

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