LIMERICK’S all-conquering three-in-a-row heroes will return to a tumultuous welcome tomorrow evening at the TUS Gaelic Grounds as it hosts the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions’ homecoming following this afternoon’s historic victory in Croke Park.
After the Covid-constrained homecomings of the last two year’s titles, tomorrow’s victory salute will be an opportunity for the people of Limerick to unleash three years of unbridled All-Ireland joy into one magical event.
A night of unforgettable festivities is planned, rivalling the scenes that greeted the 2018 champions when they returned after claiming their first Liam McCarthy Cup in 45 years, with some of Limerick and Ireland’s finest contemporary music artists joining the celebrations.
Limerick City and County Council in association with Limerick GAA are inviting supporters to join the family-friendly party at the homecoming at the TUS Gaelic Grounds.
The homecoming is a ticket-only event with tickets available from ticketmaster.ie from 6pm this evening. There is no cost for attending the event but a booking fee of €2 will apply.
Fans are asked to be patient as they log on to get their tickets, which are available on a first come first served basis and can be downloaded on to phones.
In the interests of fairness and allowing as many supporters as possible to get tickets, they will be limited to nine tickets per transaction.
Supporters will have an option to sit or stand at the event, with seated tickets in either the Mackey Stand or the North Stand, while standing tickets will be available on both the pitch and in the town end terrace. Supporters will not gain access to the TUS Gaelic Grounds without a ticket and should not attend unless they have secured one in advance.
Gates will open at 5pm with entertainment beginning shortly afterwards. MC for the evening will be Liam Ahern, with the team expected to be on stage by 7pm and the event concluding at approximately 10pm.
The family friendly event is alcohol free, with patrons advised not to bring large back packs to the ground. If they do, the items will be searched and bottles or any items of concern will be confiscated. Patrons are asked also on this occasion not to bring hurleys with them due to pitch being in use for the event.
Traffic restrictions will be in place for the Gaelic Grounds area, with details of same to be announced tomorrow morning. Supporters planning on going to the homecoming are urged to use public transport or park in the city centre and walk the short distance to the Gaelic Grounds.
There is no parking available at the grounds but the TUS Moylish Car Park will be available.