The Dutch pop and jazz singer will be touring in October 2018.
Due to phenomenal demand, more dates have been added to next year’s huge Ed Sheeran UK tour. There are now extra shows in Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, and Cardiff.
The tour, which went on sale on Saturday morning, sold out in minutes. Ed Sheeran already added two more Wembley Stadium shows in London, and two in Manchester, plus one more in Glasgow, Newcastle, and Cardiff. All of these sold out on the day.
The newest dates break yet more records, with Ed now hosting the most Scottish and Welsh stadium shows taking place in each country on the same tour. In total, the UK dates will see him play to over 1 million people on the UK dates alone.
Here are the newly added dates:
27 May 2018 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
3 June 2018 – Hampden Park, Glasgow
10 June 2018 – St James’ Park, Newcastle
21 June 2018 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
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When are tickets on sale?
Tickets for the new Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, and Cardiff dates will go on sale on Tuesday 11 July at 9:00. All will be available here. Definitely bookmark this link.
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Celebrating his headline performance at Glastonbury Festival over the weekend, Ed Sheeran has confirmed some huge stadium dates across the UK for next summer. Kicking off in Belfast, Northern Ireland on the 9 May 2018, his tour will include two headline shows at London’s Wembley Stadium in June.
It marks the biggest tour of his career to date, with Ed having already headlined stadiums and arenas across the country. In 2015 he became the first ever artist to play Wembley Stadium solo over three consecutive, sold-out nights. He further cemented his popularity this weekend by attracting one of Glastonbury Festival’s biggest ever crowds, with over 3 million viewers watching from home.
The tour comes in support of latest album Divide, currently 2017’s biggest-selling album with eight million copies globally in the space of three months. He launched into the year with new music, releasing Shape Of You at the start of January; a track which has since gone on to surpass 1.5 billion streams.
His previous records have celebrated similar awards, with Ed Sheeran set to receive an MBE for his services to music and charity.
9 May 2018 – Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast
24 May 2018 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
25 May 2018 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
26 May 2018 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
27 May 2018 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester*
1 June 2018 – Hampden Park, Glasgow
2 June 2018 – Hampden Park, Glasgow
3 June 2018 – Hampden Park, Glasgow*
8 June 2018 – St James’ Park, Newcastle
9 June 2018 – St James’ Park, Newcastle
10 June 2018 – St James’ Park, Newcastle*
14 June 2018 – Wembley Stadium, London
15 June 2018 – Wembley Stadium, London
16 June 2018 – Wembley Stadium, London
17 June 2018 – Wembley Stadium, London
21 June 2018 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff*
22 June 2018 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
23 June 2018 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
24 June 2018 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
*New dates, on sale Tuesday 11 July 2017 at 9:00.