Organisers of the Garth Brooks concerts have finally submitted a planning application for the gigs.
The five sold-out concerts are due to take place at Croke Park in July.
According to the Herald, the promoters Aiken sent in an event licence application to Dublin City Council on April 17.
That means that interested parties including locals protesting about the concerts have until May 21 to make submissions.
Residents were not consulted by the organisers over the extra dates and are expected to air their concerns over disruption for the duration of the gigs.
400,000 tickets were snapped up in record time when they went on sale in February.