As Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour tickets sold out at record speed, fans will be delighted to hear that the world-famous music artist has announced yet more tour dates for his 2018 stadium tour across the UK and Europe.
After the announcement of Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour on Twitter, Sheeran told the public “that’s not the end of the stadium tour, watch this space.” Ed Sheeran’s new tour dates for 2018 include an incredible total of four nights at London’s Wembley Stadium. His shows mark the return of Ed Sheeran to Wembley where he sold out a hat trick of dates in 2015. Ed Sheeran performed all three concerts to crowds of 90,0000 each night, armed just with a guitar and a loop pedal.
Ed Sheeran’s extra tour dates also include further dates at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on 25th, 26th and 27th May. It will be Ed Sheeran’s debut performance at the Etihad Stadium. For the ultimate experience listening to Ed Sheeran perform, why not enjoy your very own private box?
Scottish fans will be delighted to see Ed Sheeran has announce a further concert at Glasgow’s Hampden Park on 2nd and 3rd June. Hampden Park is considered Scotland’s national stadium and has played host to the likes of the Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen. This will be Ed Sheeran’s first time performing at Hampden park so make sure you’re there to enjoy what will be an unforgettable concert. See the full list of extra dates added on Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour below…
25th May 2018 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
26th May 2018 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
27th May 2018 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
2nd June 2018 – Hampden Park, Glasgow
3rd June 2018 – Hampden Park, Glasgow
9th June 2018 – St James’ Park, Newcastle
10th June 2018 – St James’ Park, Newcastle
14th June 2018 – Wembley Stadium, London
17th June 2018 – Wembley Stadium, London
21st June 2018 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
23rd June 2018 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
24th June 2018 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Ed Sheeran’s hit song, Shape of You from his latest album ‘Divide’ is currently considered in the world’s top 30 songs which is unsurprising after it spent an incredible 14 weeks as No.1 in the UK charts. The biggest concert of 2018 has just got bigger. To keep up to date with the latest music tour announcements and hospitality, sign up to our mailing list.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL