Where is Ed Sheeran performing on his 2018 stadium tour?

Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour has quickly become one of the most highly anticipated concerts for 2018, but which venue should you choose to see Ed Sheeran live in 2018? 

The announcement of Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour came quickly after his hugely successful performance at Glastonbury 2017. Prior to Glastonbury, Ed Sheeran had been busy performing his hit album, Divide at arenas across the UK, performances that he claims were build ups to his 2018 stadium tour. And if people weren’t excited enough for Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour, he has since announced that he will be working on a new album. Imagine hearing Ed Sheeran’s latest album performed live before anyone else. Ed Sheeran also revealed he has been working on a secret album for the last six years which may be revealed at his stadium tour in 2018.

As one of the biggest artists in the world, Ed Sheeran’s 2018 stadium tour is expected to be ginormous as demand for hospitality tickets is already high and that is prior to the tickets being released on Saturday 8th June. Though Ed Sheeran may be a one-man band, his ability to create a fantastic atmosphere at vast stadiums such as Wembley, is intoxicating. Choose from these incredible stadiums across the UK and Europe for an unforgettable evening listening to Ed Sheeran ‘Sing.’

4th /5th May – Cork – Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Páirc Uí Chaoimh has hosted some of the biggest names in music including Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, U2 and now they will play host to Ed Sheeran for two nights. Recently redeveloped with the finest hospitality suites, watching Ed Sheeran perform at Cork’s Páirc Uí Chaoimh would definitely be a unique experience. It’s expected to have over 40,000 fans to flock to Cork to watch Ed Sheeran perform live.

9th May – Belfast – Boucher Playing Fields
Next on Ed Sheeran’s Irish agenda is his one night performance at Belfast’s Boucher Playing Fields on 9th May 2018. To discover a variety of different ways to enjoy Ed Sheeran at Boucher Playing Fieldsand, please get in touch today.

12th / 13th May – Galway – Pearse Stadium
Imagine listening to hit song, Galway Girl, in Galway’s Pearse Stadium…there couldn’t be a more appropriate venue. Embrace the Irish single and enjoy the energetic crowds for this unique opportunity to hear the song from the place that inspired it. And, why not enjoy a weekend in Ireland? For the ultimate incentive trip highlighting Ed Sheeran.

16th / 18th May – Dublin – Phoenix Park
Ed Sheeran will be performing two outdoor concerts at Phoenix Park, ideally in the sunshine. Phoenix Park is one of the biggest urban parks in Europe and would make a fantastic venue to watch Ed Sheeran perform his upbeat summery songs.

24th – 27th May – Manchester- Etihad Stadium
For the chance to see Ed Sheeran in Manchester next year, head to the state of the art Etihad Stadium for a once-in-a-lifetime experience in music hospitality. The energy and atmosphere of Manchester’s Etihad Stadium will only add to the experience of seeing Ed Sheeran live. Ed Sheeran will perform four dates in Manchester as part of his 2018 stadium tour, so make sure you don’t miss out!

1st – 3rd June – Glasgow – Hampden Park
Add some glamour to watching Ed Sheeran perform with VIP hospitality at Glasgow’s Hampden Park. Hampden Park is considered a five-star stadium, creating unforgettable moments with its award-winning hospitality and deluxe executive boxes that would look directly over Ed Sheeran.

8th – 10th June – Newcastle – St James’ Park
Ed Sheeran will be coming to Newcastle’s St James’ Park to perform his greatest hits. He is the first artist to perform at St James’ Park since 2014. St James’ Park wide range in formalities of hospitality suites ensures there is something for everyone to enjoy Ed Sheeran at this prestigious stadium.

14th / 17th June – London – Wembley Stadium
Ed Sheeran will return to Wembley Stadium as part of his 2018 stadium tour, previously Ed Sheeran sold out a hat trick of nights at Wembley in 2015. Sheeran made history at Wembley Stadium as the first one man band to grace the stage and we can’t wait see what Ed Sheeran has got up his sleeve this time around. Will Ed Sheeran announce more dates at Wembley Stadium for 2018? One thing is for sure, the vast nature of Wembley Stadium puts on an incredible performance that will certainly be the one to watch.

21st – 24th June – Cardiff – Principality Stadium
This will be Ed Sheeran’s first performance in Wales and he’s gone straight for the grand Principality Stadium. Thousands of fans were left disappointed when Cardiff was left off Ed Sheeran’s 2017 arena line up so make sure you don’t miss out on Ed Sheeran at Principality Stadium.

28th / 29th June – Amsterdam – Amsterdam Arena
Ed Sheeran at Amsterdam Arena is set to be a hugely popular date in his 2018 stadium tour, largely due to the Eurostar to Amsterdam being completed by the end of 2017. Witnessing Ed Sheeran at Amsterdam has never been easier, just a quick direct train from London’s St Pancras Station and, why not incorporate Ed Sheeran hospitality with a city break?

Ed Sheeran will continue his 2018 stadium tour through Werchter’s Festival Park, Paris’ Stade de France, Gothenburg’s Ullevi, Stockholm’s Friends Arena, Berlin’s Olympiastadion, Essen’s Flughafen Essen/Mülheim, Hamburg’s Trabrennbahn Bahrenfeld, Munich’s Olympiastadion, Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadion, Vienna’s Ernst Happel Stadion and PGE Narodowy in Warsaw.

Ed Sheeran will perform at this years Jingle Bell Ball at the 02 Arena in December, providing a preview to fans for his upcoming UK tour. As Taylor Swift is also on the line up for the Jingle Bell Ball, fans hare hopeful that these two pop icons will collaborate with a performance of Taylor Swift’s upcoming track End Game.

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