Ed Sheeran’s 2017 arena tour will be wrapping up this Thursday at London’s O2 Arena but could 2018 see the artist return for an Ed Sheeran stadium tour?
As Ed Sheeran has announced a 2018 New Zealand and Australia stadium tour, surely he will also be playing some of the biggest venues in the UK throughout 2018. We’ve been speculating that an Ed Sheeran’s 2018 stadium tour could be on cards so make sure you sign up to our mailing list to be the first in the know if and when the news breaks.
After the phenomenal response to Ed Sheeran’s album Divide it’s no wonder he had his pick of venues for his next stadium tour in Australia and New Zealand. Divide went double platinum immediately and all 16 songs from the deluxe edition appeared within the top 20 singles charts. Even before the record-breaking success of Divide, Ed Sheeran achieved sell out success at stadium gigs all around the world. Just imagine how popular Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour will be now!
At Villiers, we’ve been Thinking Out Loud that Ed Sheeran may decide to come back to the UK with a 2018 stadium tour but which venues would he visit? Ed Sheeran previously played at Wembley Stadium back in 2015 achieving an incredible hat-trick of sell out dates. Prior to his performance, no one-man band had played on this iconic London stage so how could he not return to the state of the art Wembley Stadium? It seems likely he would perform at the larger stadiums across the UK such as Croke Park in Dublin, Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium or Hampden Park in Glasgow and Manchester’s Etihad Stadium however, there is the possibility of the Suffolk born star performing at smaller stadiums such as Carrow Road in Norwich, St Mary’s Stadium in Southampton and Sunderland’s Stadium of Light. If an Ed Sheeran stadium tour does break then there is no doubt he would perform his greatest hits such as Lego House, Castle On The Hill and Photograph, so make sure you contact our experts to find out the latest information on hospitality packages available.
We have also been speculating the likelihood of Ed Sheeran performing at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall in 2018 – find out more here. Make sure you keep up to date with the latest news on Ed Sheeran’s upcoming tours by signing up to our mailing list.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL