Ed Sheeran’s Stadium Tour Gets Even Bigger

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Attention Ed Sheeran fans: his 2018 stadium tour just got bigger… and better!

On Tuesday (Feb. 6), Sheeran took to Instagram to share the exciting news and make it official that there are now more dates for the British singer’s upcoming tour.

“New dates added to my North American stadium tour. Woof x (no more dates to be added, this is it),” Sheeran wrote on Instagram along with a list of final dates for the entire North American stretch of the tour.

New dates added to my North American stadium tour. Woof x (no more dates to be added, this is it)

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The good news is that there are now more venues for you to hear and see the “Castle on the Hill” singer live. The bad news is that these will be the only dates for North America, so if you can’t make one of these, or don’t get tickets, you will be out of luck.

The 2018 Stadium Tour, which is technically an extension of his ÷ Tour, has always been set to kick off in North America on August 18, 2018 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California, and end in Atlanta, Georgia on November 11, 2018 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

As for the dates that have been added there are new shows at AT&T Park in San Francisco, Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Solider Field in Chicago, Illinois, Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, and Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There will also be additional dates for Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

For a complete list of the dates and tickets available for Sheeran’s 2018 Stadium Tour — which is promoting his third studio album ÷ (Divide) — click here. PS: presale tickets go on sale beginning February 12, 2018.

(H/T Billboard)

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