Set to be one of the most highly-anticipated tours of 2017, Ed Sheeran has announced an array of worldwide tour dates this spring, including two shows at Manchester Arena.
The Manchester double date announcement comes straight off the back of a phenomenal few weeks for 25-year-old Ed Sheeran. Kicking-off 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 number one and two spots across the charts worldwide while seeing the Suffolk native break a magnitude of records along the way.
In addition to Ed’s epic rise with his recorded music, the Suffolk-born artist has also broken records in the live sphere over recent years. In July 2015 Ed took to the stage of Wembley Stadium, solo, becoming the first-ever artist to headline the prestigious venue without a band - with just his trademark loop pedal and guitar – seeing him play to 240,000 people over three consecutive sold-out nights! Securing a very special collaboration with Sir Elton John on the opening night, Ed followed with the release of his live DVD Jumpers for Goalposts at the end of 2015, documenting the lead-up and live performances from the Wembley weekend. Ed Sheeran’s third studio album ÷ (divide) will be released March.
Show starts: 7pm
Interval: 8.10 - 8.30pm
Show finishes: 10.30pm
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