The Rolling Stones will kick off their No Filter European tour at Croke Park in Dublin on Thursday, May 17.
Thousands of fans from all over the island of Ireland are expected to descend on the city to watch the iconic rockers perform their string of hits.
Ahead of the huge outdoor gig, promoters Aiken have issued some advice for those attending the concert, plus Translink have published details of how they will be helping fans from Northern Ireland enjoy the show.
So if you are lucky enough to have a ticket to the huge event, here's everything you need to know.
Doors will open at Croke Park from 5pm, with support act The Academic expected on stage from 7pm. They will be followed by The Rolling Stones.
Early queuing will not be permitted in the streets around Croke Park.
This is a residential area and ticket holders are asked to please respect the privacy of the residents and the local community.
Concert goer are being advised to travel light to Croke Park with Aiken suggesting fans "just bring your ticket, phone and some cash or card".
Further security advice includes:
A limited number of tickets are available from Ticketmaster outlets Nationwide and www.ticketmaster.ie and some may be available at the box office on the day. Credit Card Bookings 0818 719 300 (ROI) / 0844 277 445 (NI) / 00353 818 903 001 (INTL)
Ticketmaster is the official ticket seller for this event. Please don’t fall victim to bogus tickets.
Only purchase tickets from Ticketmaster / www.ticketmaster.ie which is the authorised seller of tickets for this event. Anyone presenting a bogus ticket will be refused entry to the concert.
So far, it's looking good.
Early forecasts say it will be a mix of sunshine and cloud with very little chance of rain.
However keep watch on the weather forecast and dress accordingly. Umbrellas will not be allowed inside the venue.
Under 16's must be accompanied at all times by a parent or guardian attending the event who will remain with them and take full responsibility for them throughout the duration of the concert.
Under 14's are NOT allowed on the pitch either accompanied or unaccompanied.
Anyone aged 14− 16 years with Pitch standing Tickets must be accompanied by an adult to gain access to the Pitch standing area.
There will be FREE TAG-A-CHILD safety wristbands which will be available at all the customer care points both outside and inside the venue.
Parents/guardians attending with young children are encouraged to avail of these white wristbands which have space for parents/guardians to write a contact number and seat number. The purpose of these wristbands is to help reuniting lost children with parent/guardian should your child become separated from you within the venue.
Yes, Translink will be putting on a special coaches to the concert from Belfast and Derry.
All info can be found at www.translink.co.uk/concert-event-travel/therollingstones.
An Garda Siochana have devised a traffic management plan for this concert. For full details please check the following website: www.garda.ie.
If you are driving, please use city centre car parks: details of which can be found on the parking and taxis section of www.dublintown.ie/get-around.