On your bike: Radiohead go green in Malahide
The first ever cycle-park will be opened to concert goers at the weekend, for the Radiohead gigs at Malahide Castle. A section of the car park will be turned into a bicycle-only zone so fans can cut down on their carbon emissions.
Radiohead, who are one of the more eco-friendly bands have already encouraged fans travelling to the shows to use public transport.
The park will be have a capacity for a huge number of bicycles and will be well manned by security so that fans will leave their cars at home for their Dublin shows.
The band’s green drive is keeping in tune with a group who are one of the most innovative in the business.
Last year they took the much heralded decision to release their latest album, In Rainbows, free on the internet with fans being allowed to pay what they thought was a fair price for the tune.
The band, comprised of Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood and Phil Selway have released seven albums and have sold over 23 million records to date. Gates for the gig will open at 5pm tomorrow and at 6pm on Saturday.