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IRISH INDEPENDENT PARK CORK

Irish Independent Park has been the home of Cork Rugby since the 1940’s, however, in 2019 this historical Cork Stadium will open its gates to International concert acts.

2019, is looking to be an exciting year of entertainment for Cork City and County with Rod Stewart performing in Páirc Uí Chaoimh, home to Cork GAA.  Live at the Marquee, also welcoming a host of Irish and International show stopping performers, and of course we are not forgetting the amazing festivals that take place across the city and county each month.

 

2019
08th March          6 Nations 2019 Ireland U20s V France U20s
05th April              Guinness Pro14 Munster Rugby V Cardiff Blues
20th June              George Ezra
21st June              Walking On Cars
22nd June             The Coronas
23rd June              Liam Gallagher
25th June              Hozier
26th June              Ms. Lauryn Hill

 

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