Ed Sheeran announces worldwide tour dates

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Set to be one of the most highly-anticipated tours of 2017, Ed Sheeran has announced an array of worldwide tour dates for the UK & Ireland, Europe, Mexico and Central & South America, kicking-off in Italy on March 17 and running through to June. Ed’s London shows will see him return to London The O2 for two nights on May 1st and 2nd, marking his first shows in the capital since his record-breaking stint at Wembley Stadium in July 2015.

General sale will commence on Thursday 2nd February at 10am GMT in the UK & Ireland and Europe here. For Mexico and Central & South America, please contact your local ticketing company for on-sale dates.

The touring news comes straight off the back of a phenomenal few weeks for 25-year-old Ed Sheeran. Kicking off music in 2017 and delivering the biggest musical comeback in recent years, Ed’s dual singles “Shape Of You” and “Castle On The Hill” have taken the globe by storm, hitting the #1 and #2 spots across the charts worldwide, while seeing the Suffolk native break a magnitude of records along the way.

On course to cement his third week at #1 & #2 respectively in the UK’s Official Singles Chart tomorrow [Ed made OCC history as the first-ever artist to land the two spots respectively with two brand new tracks], Ed recently conquered more milestones in the USA after landing his first ever #1 as a performer on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Shape Of You” – with “Castle On The Hill” sitting closely behind at #6 on the chart, Ed also became the first artist to debut in Billboard’s ‘Top 10’ with two songs simultaneously.

Ed Sheeran’s genre-defying third studio album ÷ (divide) will be released on 3rd March through Asylum/Atlantic Records and is available to pre-order now.


Fri 17 Italy Turin Pala Alpitour
Sun 19 Switzerland Zurich Hallenstadion
Mon 20 Germany Munich Olympiahalle
Wed 22 Germany Mannheim SAP-Arena
Thu 23 Germany Cologne Lanxess Arena
Sun 26 Germany Hamburg Barclaycard Arena
Mon 27 Germany Berlin Mercedes Benz Arena
Thu 30 Sweden Stockholm Ericsson Globen
Sat 1 Denmark Herning Jyske Bank Boxen
Mon 3 The Netherlands Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
Tue 4 The Netherlands Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
Wed 5 Belgium Antwerp Sportpaleis
Thu 6 France Paris Accor Hotels Arena
Sat 8 Spain Madrid WiZink Center
Sun 9 Spain Barcelona Palau San Jordi
Wed 12 Ireland Dublin 3 Arena
Thu 13 Ireland Dublin 3 Arena
Sun 16 Scotland Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Mon 17 Scotland Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Wed 19 UK Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Thu 20 UK Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Sat 22 UK Manchester Arena
Sun 23 UK Manchester Arena
Tue 25 UK Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Wed 26 UK Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Fri 28 UK Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Sat 29 UK Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Mon 1 UK London The O2
Tue 2 UK London The O2
Sat 13 Peru Lima Estadio Nacional
Mon 15 Chile Santiago Movistar Arena
Sat 20 Argentina Buenos Aires Estadio Unico De La Plata
Tue 23 Brazil Curitiba Pedreira Paulo Leminsky
Thu 25 Brazil Rio de Janeiro Rio Arena
Sun 28 Brazil Sao Paulo Allianz Parque
Tue 30 Brazil Belo Horizonte Esplanada Do Mineirao
Fri 2 Colombia Bogota Parque Simon Bolivar
Sun 4 Puerto Rico San Juan Coliseo De Puerto Rico
Tue 6 Costa Rica San Jose Parque Viva Amphitheater
Sat 10 Mexico Mexico City Palacio De Los Deportes
Mon 12 Mexico Guadalajara Arena VFG
Wed 14 Mexico Monterrey Auditorio Citibanamex