Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band today announced two more Dublin dates next year after the May 22 gig sold out within minutes of tickets going on sale.
The US rock star and his band will now play the RDS on Friday, May 23 and Sunday, May 25 as part of his 2007/2008 tour.
Tickets for the May 22 concert went on sale at 9am today, but had all been snapped up within minutes by fans. Tickets for the other two RDS dates also sold out by lunchtime.
The Born to Run singer kicks off his European tour this Sunday in Madrid and plays to a sell-out crowd at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast on Saturday, December 15.
When tickets went on sale earlier this year for next month's Belfast show they also sold out within minutes, causing huge disappointment for thousands of Ulster fans who were unable to get their hands on them.
Many disgruntled music fans queued outside record stores and went online to try and buy tickets but were left empty-handed when all the tickets sold within 10 minutes.
Diehard Springsteen fans queued again from early today to ensure their place at the RDS gig and those who weren't able to get them for the first show will now, were able to buy tickets for the second and third shows.
Roisin Jones and Glen McGivern queued from 2am for their tickets.
Both failed to get tickets for the December gig at the Odyssey. But the couple, who were at the head of the queue, were delighted to get their hands on tickets for the RDS show.
"It was worth waiting on the cold pavement for all those hours to finally get them," said Roisin.
"We were very disappointed the last time as we also queued up from around 6am.
"But we're both now very happy."
Jonny Halliday (23), from Ballymoney, queued from 2.30am under a duvet.
"My mum had said she wanted them for Christmas so I thought I would come down," he said.
"I don't mind the cold, and I'm off work all week so I can worry about sleep later."
Sam Craig (42), from Newtownabbey, was another pleased fan who got tickets.
"I was here from 4am and my wife left me off," he said.
"So she will be pleased that her early morning was not a wasted journey.
"I also managed to get a ticket for a friend in work-they definitely owe me one."
May McWilliams, from Belfast, also got tickets for the Dublin concert.
"I was here from about 6am and got the tickets for the Friday, I can't wait," she said.
"Me and my husband will be going down and make a weekend of it.
"It was worth the wait in the rain."
Clare Corrigan (20), from Pomeroy in Co Tyrone, decided to try for tickets at the last minute.
"I was talking to my friend late last night who said they were unsure about getting the tickets on the internet, so I thought I would chance my luck and come down," she said.
"I managed to get four tickets for the Friday night concert, so it worked out well."
From 9am today 18 standing tickets were up for sale on eBay for £139.99 each and a pair of seated tickets was up for grabs for £399.99.
Bids for tickets were starting at £4.99.