Garth Brooks‘ five nights in Croke Park, have come to an end, and the American country singer is sharing his appreciation for Ireland and his Irish fans following the sensational gigs.
Speaking during his fifth concert, last night, Garth told the crowd, he was “crying like a baby” during his trip to around the country, these past two weeks.
Stressing how he was not trying to, “kiss the ass” of Irish fans but gushed: “some countries excel in some things. You excel in being sweet to each other and kind to people who visit.”
Continuing: “I just love playing here. Once you have tasted it here, you can’t come back here quick enough,”
“At the same time, you don’t want to wear the people out.”
“Thank you for loving me!”
He also wrapped himself in the tri-colour during concert. After the gig, he took to social media, writing: “I’m not from here, but you make me feel like I so belong here! I LOVE YOU, IRELAND”
Garth really made himself at home here in Ireland.
And they put him to work, of course.
He was spotted in the iconic Dingle pub, Dick Macks where he set about pulling pints and leading revellers in a rousing rendition of If Tomorrow Never Comes.