26 January 2017


Ed Sheeran has officially just announced he’ll be heading out on tour this year in March across the UK & Ireland, Europe, Mexico and Central & South America.



First revealed during our Facebook Live interview this week, Ed, his guitar and loop pedals, will kick off the tour in Italy on 17th March in Turin, just two weeks after the release of his highly anticipated third album ÷ (‘Divide’) on 3rd March.





The ‘Shape Of You’ hit maker will land in the UK on 19th April in Newcastle taking in dates in Manchester, Nottingham, Birmingham and two dates at London’s O2 Arena on 1st and 2nd May. Yay!



It will be Ed’s first shows in the captial since his record-breaking stint at Wembley Stadium in 2015.



General ticket sale will commence on Thursday 2nd February at 10am GMT in the UK & Ireland and Europe with a limited number of tickets being made available through Ed’s website on 31st January at 10am.





Speaking of record breaking, Ed became the first artist to debut at Number 1 and Number 2 on the Official UK Singles Chart with two brand new songs earlier this month when he dropped ‘Shape Of You’ and ‘Castle On The Hill’.



Earlier this week Ed premiered the music video for ‘Castle On The Hill’ featuring a ridiculously good lookalike. So much so, we got on the phone and asked the teenage actor all about it


In the meantime start planning where you’re going to see Ed here…



full Ed Sheeran 2017 tour dates:






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