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Global superstar Ed Sheeran has announced the final shows to be added to his first-ever North American stadium tour.  The cross country trek – which begins on August 18th at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA –  will now include stops at San Francisco’s AT&T Park (August 21st), Detroit’s Ford Field (September 8th), Pittsburgh’s PNC Park (September 30th),  Chicago’s Soldier Field (October 4th), Nashville’s Nissan Stadium (October 6th), and Milwaukee’s Miller Park (October 23rd).  Due to overwhelming demand, second nights have also been added at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA (September 14th) and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ (September 21st) – see attached itinerary for a complete list of shows.

Registration for the Fan Presale is currently open, and will close on Thursday, February 8th at 10PM ET. The Fan Presales are set to begin Monday, February 12th at 10AM and run through Thursday, February 15th at 10PM. All registered fans who are verified will have equal access to the presale. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis during the presale window. No purchase necessary to register. The general-public on-sales are Friday, February 16th at 10AM (all times local except where noted). Ticket prices for all shows begin at $39.50, with top ticket price no more than $125.  For more information please visit

The tour supports Sheeran’s blockbuster 3rd album “÷” (pronounced “divide”), which was crowned the biggest album of 2017 by Nielsen Music, with sales equivalents exceeding 2.764 million units, and recently won “Best Pop Vocal Album” at the 60th GRAMMY Awards.   That same night, Sheeran’s 8x-platinum smash “Shape Of You” also took home the trophy  for “Best Pop Solo Performance” to go along with the pair of GRAMMY awards he previously won – “Best Pop Solo Performance” and the prestigious “Song of the Year” – for his RIAA Diamond-certified hit “Thinking Out Loud” in 2016.

Sheeran’s latest single “Perfect” – already 3x-Platinum certified – is currently #1 on the Hot AC radio chart for the 4th week, and, after topping the Top 40 radio chart for 2 weeks, remains at #2.  “Perfect” also stands at #2 on Billboard’s Hot 100, after holding the top spot for 6 consecutive weeks, The song earned Sheeran his second chart-topper on the Hot 100 – joining “Shape Of You” which was #1 for a remarkable 12 weeks –  and made “÷” the only album of 2017 to have two of its singles top the chart.   This week, “÷”stands tall at #5 on the Billboard 200, nearly a year after it’s release, further illustrating Sheeran’s continuing domination of the charts.

In his native U.K., Sheeran is nominated in four categories, including Album of the Year, at the 2018 BRIT Awards, where he is set to perform on February 21st.   He is also nominated for five awards and was recently announced as one of the performers at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards, taking place on March 11th.






18                              Pasadena, CA                                Rose Bowl

21                              San Francisco, CA                         AT&T Park *NEWLY ANNOUNCED*

25                              Seattle, WA                                    CenturyLink Field

30                              Toronto, ON                                   Rogers Centre

31                              Toronto, ON                                   Rogers Centre



6                                St. Louis, MO                                 Busch Stadium

8                                Detroit, MI                                      Ford Field *NEWLY ANNOUNCED*

14                              Foxboro, MA                                 Gillette Stadium *NEWLY ANNOUNCED*

15                              Foxboro, MA                                 Gillette Stadium

21                              East Rutherford, NJ                     MetLife Stadium *NEWLY ANNOUNCED*

22                              East Rutherford, NJ                     MetLife Stadium

27                              Philadelphia, PA                           Lincoln Financial Field

30                              Pittsburgh, PA                               PNC Park *NEWLY ANNOUNCED*



4                                Chicago, IL                                       Soldier Field *NEWLY ANNOUNCED*

6                                Nashville, TN                                  Nissan Stadium *NEWLY ANNOUNCED*

13                              Kansas City, MO                           Arrowhead Stadium

17                              Fargo, ND                                        Fargodome

20                              Minneapolis, MN                         U.S. Bank Stadium

23                              Milwaukee, WI                             Miller Park *NEWLY ANNOUNCED*

27                              Dallas, TX                                         AT&T Stadium

31                              New Orleans, LA                          Mercedes-Benz Superdome



3                                Houston, TX                                   Minute Maid Park

7                                Tampa, FL                                        Raymond James Stadium

10                              Atlanta, GA                                     Mercedes-Benz Stadium