Republic of Ireland supporters travelling to the Euro 2016 Championships have been warned of potential disruption to flight schedules.
The duo are aiming to bring up to 500 people a day to the park for big-screen sports, table tennis, foosball and craft ales served from a new shipping container bar.
It makes the regular horizontal game look like a piece of cake.
The former Celtic striker has a busy summer ahead of him as Wales compete in the European Championship for the first time.
The Irish Roar will be performed for the first time on Friday at the Aviva Stadium when the Republic take on Holland.
West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna, Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian and Southampton striker Graziano Pelle are all included.
Manager Martin O'Neill confirmed that the 28-year-old, who was named in the initial 35-man squad, will now not be available.
Roy Hodgson's men played the first of three warm-up matches at a sparsely-filled Etihad Stadium.
England fans were left with a few concerns.
The fiddle player’s medley of Irish tunes is guaranteed to get toes tapping everywhere.
So it gives us all a chance to get pumped up for it.
"It is fantastic news that UEFA have heeded our calls for extra tickets for Euro 2016."
An air of resignation engulfed the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualification hopes almost a year ago, after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Scotland in Dublin.
"I was in France at the weekend and people are still not over what happened in Paris. I wouldn't go to the European Championships."
Best football chant ever - set to the tune of cult dance classic, ‘Freed From Desire’ by Gala.
Bayern Munich's Joshua Kimmich, Borussia Dortmund's Julian Weigl and Bayer Leverkusen's Julian Brandt were the surprise names
More than one third don’t know what side of the road to drive on in France, and more than three-quarters wrongly believe the UK has a lower drink-drive limit.
Former Chelsea and Liverpool striker Fernando Torres has also been unable to force his way into the squad.
UEFA has confirmed that some matches at the Euro 2016 finals in France will be shot in 360 degree video using Nokia tech
There are recalls for Shay Given, Marc Wilson, Jeff Hendrick, Harry Arter, Jonathan Walters, and David McGoldrick.