Ed Sheeran Announces 2018 European Dates

The singer extends his Divide World Tour well into 2018.

Written by Emilee Lindner • Photography by Getty Images • June 28, 2017

With Ed Sheeran's gigantic show at the Glastonbury Festival this past weekend, the singer toasted to a live-music celebration of his album, Divide, which has spent weeks at No. 1. And before he continues his Divide World Tour with its North American leg starting on Thursday (June 29), Sheeran has announced that he's added even more shows the trek.

Sheeran revealed on Wednesday (June 28) that he'll be returning to Europe for a slew of stadium shows. These gigs start May 4, 2018 in Ireland and stretch out until the end of next summer -- nearly a year and a half since his album's release in March 2017. The singer previously toured Europe this spring, when he kicked off his tour with two shows in Turin, Italy.

On this new leg, Sheeran's got stops in Netherlands, Sweden, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Poland. Check out the full list of dates below.

Tickets for this section of the tour will go on sale at 10 a.m. on July 8 here.

 

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May 4 -- Cork, Ireland @ Pairc Ui Chaoimh

May 5 -- Cork, Ireleand @ Pairc Ui Chaoimh

​May 9 -- Belfast, UK @ Boucher Playing Fields

May 12 -- Galway, Ireland @ Pearse Stadium

May 13 -- Galway, Ireland @ Pearse Stadium

May 16 -- Dublin, Ireland @ Phoenix Park

May 18 -- Dublin, Ireland @ Phoenix Park

May 24 -- Manchester, UK @ Etihad Stadium

June 1 -- Glasgow, UK @ Hampden Park

June 8 -- Newcastle, UK @ St. James' Park

June 15 -- London, UK @ Wembley Stadium

June 16 -- London, UK @ Wembley Stadium

June 22 -- Cardiff, UK @ Principality Stadium

June 28 -- Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Amsterdam Arena

July 1 -- Werchter, Belgium @ Festivalpark

July 6 -- Paris, France @ Stade De France

July 10 -- Gothenburg, Sweden @ Ullevi

​July 14 -- Stockholm, Sweden @ Friends Arena

July 19 -- Berlin, Germany @ Olympiastadion

July 22 -- Essen, Germany @ Flughafen Essen/Mulheim

July 25 -- Hamburg, Germany @ Trabrennbahn Bahrenfeld

July 29 -- Munich, Germany @ Olympiastadion

Aug. 3 -- Zurich, Switzerland @ Letzigrund Stadion

Aug. 7 -- Vienna, Austria @ Ernst Happel Stadion

Aug. 11 -- Warsaw, Poland @ PGE Narodowy

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