American superstar Beyonce has issued an important warning to fans ahead of her Dublin gig this weekend.
The singer has asked fans who are attending the concert not bring iPads along with them to the venue.Other items which are banned are umbrellas and big cameras.
MCD’s event organiser Eamon Fox, told the Independent that fans shouldn’t bring these items with them on the night as they will be taken from them.
“There’s no umbrellas, no big cameras, there’s a whole list of stuff but the key one that wouldn’t be normal, and it’s on the public information sheet, is that there’s no iPad’s. Rihanna recently had the same thing, it must be an American thing.
“We don’t want anyone coming up and losing an iPad because you won’t be allowed in and there will be no place to put it,” he said.
Aside from this request, patrons are in for an amazing production. Beyonce will perform approximately 30 songs during her two hour show. The capacity of the arena has even been reduced from 82,500 to 75,000 to allow for the size of the stage.
“There’s a massive spectacle that befits the size of the space here. Croke Park is a massive arena to fill, even for an artist like her and she has the production to fill it.”
“It’s a jaw-dropping production and stage show and one of the biggest that’s ever been in Croke Park so the amount of space that it takes up has limited the capacity,” he said.