Everything you need to know about Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour

The recent announcement of Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour in 2018 has swept the world by storm as thousands clamour to secure their Ed Sheeran hospitality for what is set to be one of the biggest events in 2018.

Ed Sheeran announced his tour after headlining at Glastonbury Festival in June where his performances left fans Divide-d. However, it seems everyone can agree that Ed Sheeran’s recent album Divide is one not to be missed. All sixteen tracks entered the UK Top 20 Charts and Ed Sheeran broke records as the fast selling male artist of all time. Ed Sheeran’s 2018 stadium tour will take him to some of the largest stadiums in the UK and Europe so make sure you assemble your ‘A Team’ and attend!

Ed Sheeran will perform at 2017’s Jingle Bell Ball, also featured on the line-up is Taylor Swift. Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift have collaborated on a new hit as part of her upcoming album ‘Reputation’, would they perform together in 2018 as part of their UK and Ireland tour’s?

What are Ed Sheeran’s tour dates in 2018?
The Ed Sheeran stadium tour kicks off on 4th May 2018 at Pair cui Chaoimh in Cork, which begins the stadium dates in Ireland. On 24th May, Ed Sheeran comes to Manchester at Etihad Stadium, from where he goes onto Glasgow and Newcastle. Ed Sheeran returns to London’s Wembley Stadium on 15th and 16th June 2018. After Wembley Stadium, Ed Sheeran will perform at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium before heading onto the European leg of the tour. Ed Sheeran’s UK and European stadium tour finishes on 11th August at PGE Narodowy in Warsaw.

How to secure Ed Sheeran’s tour tickets?
Tickets for Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour officially go on sale on Saturday 8th June, but avoid the stress and the queues by securing your Ed Sheeran hospitality! Ensure you enjoy the best Ed Sheeran VIP tickets and don’t settle for seats at the back of these vast stadiums. To watch Ed Sheeran live would definitely be an unforgettable evening, but why not make it even more special by securing Ed Sheeran stadium tour hospitality tickets?

What will Ed Sheeran’s tour setlist be for 2018?
Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour set list for 2018 is expected to be bigger and better than ever. Of course, Ed Sheeran will perform the biggest hits from the album of the year, ‘Divide’, that include songs Shape of You and Castle on the Hill that we all have memorised by now. Ed Sheeran is predicted to mix in some of his other greatest songs including Give me Love, Lego House and Photograph. There is no doubt he will invite the audience to sing along. Ed Sheeran’s 2017 arena tour saw him include in his set the song that shot him into fame You Need Me, I Don’t Need You which highlights his amazing journey.

Just weeks ago, Ed Sheeran suggested he may also perform new material at his stadium tour in 2018. Ed Sheeran has been working on a secret album for the last six years which may be complete for next year. Imagine hearing what Ed Sheeran’s next album live, before anyone else.

Where is Ed Sheeran performing in the UK & Ireland in 2018?
Ed Sheeran will be playing some of the biggest stadiums across the UK and Ireland, before moving onto play throughout Europe, including France, Germany, Austria, Poland and the Netherlands. Ed Sheeran has released additional tour dates in the UK twice now, due to high demand. Here is a list of all Ed Sheeran tour dates in 2018 in UK & Ireland:

Friday 4th May – Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
Saturday 5th May – Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
Wednesday 9th May – Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast
Saturday 12th May – Pearse Stadium, Galway
Sunday 13th May – Pearse Stadium, Galway
Wednesday 16th May – Phoenix Park, Dublin
Friday 18th May – Phoenix Park, Dublin
Thursday 24th May – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Friday 25th May – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Saturday 26th May – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Sunday 27th May – Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Friday 1st June – Hampden Park, Glasgow
Saturday 2nd June – Hampden Park, Glasgow
Sunday 3rd June – Hampden Park, Glasgow
Friday 8th June – St James’ Park, Newcastle
Saturday 9th June – St James’ Park, Newcastle
Sunday 10th June – St James’ Park, Newcastle
Thursday 14th June – Wembley Stadium, London
Friday 15th June – Wembley Stadium, London
Saturday 16th June – Wembley Stadium, London
Sunday 17th June – Wembley Stadium, London
Thursday 21st June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Friday 22nd June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Saturday 23rd June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Sunday 24th June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Where did Ed Sheeran play in 2017?
As part of his 2017 arena tour, Ed Sheeran performed across the UK. Ed Sheeran performed at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, London’s 02 Arena, Manchester Arena, Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena and Newcastle Arena. Ed Sheeran finished his UK arena tour headlining at Glastonbury on the iconic Pyramid Stage, which was considered a fantastic success.

Why see Ed Sheeran live in 2018?
Music hospitality for corporate guests has for a long time been considered an ideal option for client entertainment. Music’s ability to bond people together, to create a sense of harmony and belonging, whilst enjoying a fantastic evening out. But so often music is so subjective, it can be hard to please everyone. When it comes to Ed Sheeran however, his widespread popularity spans generations as evident by his continual place at the top of the charts. Making Ed Sheeran the perfect person to entertain corporate guest with and to treat friends and family to.

For those looking for corporate hospitality for Ed Sheeran, a private box at Wembley Stadium enjoys the flexibility to be branded to your company. A private box to Ed Sheeran at Wembley Stadium provides the deluxe comforts and endless foods and beverages that will ensure the perfect evening for your next event.

Watching Ed Sheeran perform live is an experience your guests will be filled with gratitude for and we are confident each of his concerts will provide a pinch me I can’t believe I’m here moment. Sign up to our mailing list to keep up to date with all the latest music tour and sport tournaments announcements.