Garth Brooks will be hoping he has friends in high places – as Croke Park residents step up their threat to stop the gigs.
The Croke Park Streets Committee have vowed to try and take out an injunction on the five nights at the home of GAA.
Members are now solely planning legal action and have voted to stop attending meetings with Croke Park bosses.
They claim the shows breach their human rights and breaks the deal to just three shows a year at Croker.
Spokesman Anthony Fay said: “We’ll be calling on Dublin City Council to convene a public meeting so people can make oral submissions on this matter.
“There is the option, which people are seriously looking at, of seeking a judicial review or taking an injunction. This wouldn’t happen in the Aviva and it certainly won’t be tolerated here.”