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Ed Sheeran announces huge tour kicking off in March

The singer-songwriter is support his new album with a massive tour.

Ed Sheeran
Credit: Atlantic Records

2017 is shaping up to be another huge year for Ed Sheeran as the star has announced a series of tour dates for the UK & Ireland, Europe, Mexico and Central & South America.

In support of his forthcoming album ÷ (divide), arriving on 3rd March, the tour will kick off on 17th March 2017 in Italy. Ed will bring the tour to the UK & Ireland in April and he’ll be performing two nights at The O2 in London on 1st and 2nd May 2017.

Ed is currently riding high in the charts holding the number 1 and 2 spots for the second week running with his singles Shape of You and Castle on the Hill respectively. It’s looking very likely they’ll hold on for a third week when the charts are announced tonight.

This past week also saw Ed release the music video for Castle on the Hill, an autobiographical tale that has struck a chord with the star’s fans across the world. It has already passed 12 million views.

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Ed’s third studio album ÷ (divide) will be released on 3rd March 2017 through Asylum/Atlantic Records and is available to pre-order now.

The full tour dates for Ed in 2017 so far are:


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


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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

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Tickets go on sale for the UK & Ireland, and European dates at 10am (GMT) on Thursday 2nd February 2017. Fans wanting to purchase tickets for the Mexico and South America dates should contact their local ticketing company for more information.


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