Ed Sheeran will perform at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium in 2018 as part of his UK and European stadium tour on 24th – 27th May. Looking to be one of the biggest concerts of the year, make sure you don’t miss out!
Chart topping, global superstar, the list of achievements goes on for Ed Sheeran, highlighted by the release of his latest album ÷ (Divide) and selling out his 2017 arena tour. Ed Sheeran will be back touring the UK and Europe in 2018 with his big stadium tour and rumours of a brand-new album.
Ed Sheeran will be returning to Manchester next May after his sell out concerts at the Manchester Arena earlier on this year. Ed Sheeran’s concert at Manchester Arena was packed to the rafters and all reviews were critically acclaimed. Ed Sheeran started the set at Manchester Arena with Castle on the Hill before moving onto the heart-breaking ballads of Thinking out Loud. At the end of his performance, Ed Sheeran told the crowd he would “See you next year” and now you can.
Tickets for Ed Sheeran at Etihad Stadium go on sale from 10am tomorrow (Saturday 8th July) and Belfast tickets go on sale at 9am. However, based on previous tours, Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour tickets are expected to sell out within moments. Why not skip the queues and stress and secure your Ed Sheeran VIP tickets for his Manchester concert? Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour next year will also take him across the UK and Ireland to London’s Wembley Stadium, Boucher Playing Fields in Belfast, Pearse Stadium in Galway, Phoenix Park in Dublin, Glasgow’s Hampden Park, St James’ Park in Newcastle and Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Ed Sheeran has announced further tour dates at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, Ed Sheeran will perform live in Manchester from Thursday 24th May – Sunday 27th May. Ed Sheeran added additonal tour dates at Cardiff’s Princiaplity Stadium, Newcastle’s St James’ Park, and Glasgow’s Hampden Park.
Discover the lively energy of Manchester’s Etihad stadium as the ideal venue to see Ed Sheeran perform live. It will be Ed Sheeran’s first performance at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, where 60,000 screaming fans will be expected an inspired concert. This grand, state of the art stadium in the heart of Manchester has hosted the likes of U2, Oasis and Take That. It’s a popular choice with artists due to the world-class acoustics and uninterrupted views.
Ed Sheeran’s Manchester setlist in 2018 is likely to be his chart topping tracks from Divide including Shape of You and Perfect as well as his older classics. Ed Sheeran has confirmed he is working on a fourth studio album, imagine hearing Ed Sheeran’s new music first at Etihad Stadium.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL