Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

More outdoor shows…..in November

The world has gone mad. Or else this is a dastardly plan by MCD Concerts to cash in on climate change and global warming. Per yesterday’s Sunday Business Post: MCD, the country’s largest music promoter, has landed a major deal …

Mon, Jun 25, 2007, 14:43

   

The world has gone mad. Or else this is a dastardly plan by MCD Concerts to cash in on climate change and global warming.

Per yesterday’s Sunday Business Post:

MCD, the country’s largest music promoter, has landed a major deal with the Office of Public Works (OPW)to hold eight outdoor concerts in the Phoenix Park, Dublin later this year.

The concerts will take place at the park between October 16 and November 5 and the anticipated attendance at each concert will not exceed 10,000 people.

The company intends to apply for a concert licence from Dublin City Council in the next two weeks seeking permission to host the concerts, which will take place on the land adjoining the visitor centre at the Phoenix Park.

I’m assuming there will be a tent of some shape involved.

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