Garth Brooks smashes record

Garth Brooks has smashed his Hamilton and Toronto ticket sales record combined in 45 minutes.He last played Copps Coliseum, now FirstOntario Centre in 1996 and SkyDome, known as the Rogers Centre, in 1996 and sold a combined 47,910 tickets.On Friday, he has sold 54,048 tickets for FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton and tickets are still selling. In total Garth Brooks has 5 concerts in Hamilton.Thursday, March 24 7:30PMFriday, March 25 7:00PMSaturday, March 26th 7:00 PMSaturday, March 26 10:30PMSunday, March 27 7:00PMTickets can only be purchased at or Ticketmaster Express 1-855-985-5500 or 1-855-985-5000. read more

World Press Photo exhibition coming to Dublin for first time in over

first_imgSOME OF THE best photojournalism created last year will be on display in Dublin from the end of this month.A travelling exhibition of the 2013 World Press Photo contest makes its way back to the capital for the first time in more than 20 years on 30 November.The images will be exhibited at the CHQ Building in the Docklands area of the city from 30 November to 22 December (Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun noon-6pm).This year’s overall winner was Paul Hansen from Sweden for his depiction of the burial of two small children in Gaza.Among the other winners were stills from Europe’s austerity demonstrations, Syria’s conflict, Central America’s gang problems and the Olympic Games in London. But it’s not just the big events – powerful glimpses of daily life are also favoured by some of the talented photographers.Split into the nine themed categories, including contemporary issues, observed portraits, staged portraits, daily life, sports action, general news, sports feature, nature and spot news, the pictures reflect global life as it was in 2012.Almost 105,000 images were submitted by 5,666 photographers from 124 countries in the 56th annual competition.last_img read more