'Boss' lands €120,000 profit for kilkenny
Kilkenny have shown themselves to be adept at mixing business with pleasure and the double helping of Bruce Springsteen at Nowlan Park this summer netted the county board a cool €120,000.
'The Boss' packed the place for two concerts in July and played his part in helping the Board turn a net profit of €273,939 on the year.
Of course, things were helped by victory in the National Hurling League, which was worth nearly €130,000.
The board pour all the money generated through concerts into a development account for Nowlan Park. In the near 20 years since they linked up with promoter Jim Aiken to stage concerts in Kilkenny City, the fund has swelled to over €715,500.