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Onslaught of Slane Concert Goer Complaints Reviewed
Organisers pledge to examine torrent of transport and access complaints
A storm of complaints about poor transport arrangements leaving the site, alleged overcrowding, access to the venue, and drunkeness have emerged in the wake of Saturday’s Slane rock concert, leading to promises of a review of the organisation of the event.
The pledge came this week from promoters MCD, Slane Castle owner Henry Mountcharles, Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann, Gardai and the licensing authority, Meath County Council.
Most of the complaints centred on transport with many fans saying that there was no public transport available when they emerged from the site. Some had to walk for hours to get home and there were complaints that many did not get home until 4.30am or 5am.
Gardai said that problems had been created by two factors - the fact that 60 per cent of the concertgoers had come from the Dublin direction and that many people had decided not to come by car this year and instead used buses. Superintendent Michael Devine, Navan, said: “Putting 80,000 into a tiny village like Slane will inevitably mean that there will be some problems.” But he professed himself satisfied that the concert had gone off without any major public order or security incidents, and without injury.