Ireland will increase the police presence for this weekend’s Guns N’ Roses gig at Slane Castle following Manchester terror attack.
The Guns N’ Roses show will have an increased police presence for their show at Slane Castle, according to Ireland’s National Police Service.
The gig will take place this Saturday (May 27th), and the increased security measures comes after the terror attack on Monday (May 22nd) which sadly killed 22 people and left 59 injured at a Ariana Grande concert in Manchester
Here is a statement given, They say: “An Garda Siochana will have over 400 members on duty, including specialist units, who will be supported by an additional 1200 security/stewards provided by licensed security companies together with a full complement of doctors and medical teams, including an on-site hospital along with five first aid posts.
“The Event Control Management Team overseeing this event have over 25 years experience within their fields of expertise.
“Please co-operate fully with Gardai and stewards and follow any loudspeaker announcements as this will help ensure the safety and enjoyment for all concerned.”
Gardai have also asked those going to the show to check the list of banned items before arriving at the concert. Prohibited items on the list include backpacks, cans, large umbrellas, flag poles and selfie sticks.