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You can still buy tickets for Ed Sheeran’s 2022 tour

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Tickets are still available for some dates of Ed Sheeran’s 2022 tour ticketmaster.

Ed Sheeran caused a storm this year when he announced he was canceling a brand new UK to Australia tour.

In May this year, the singer shared a teaser on his social networks that he would be adding songs to his album for a new deluxe edition to headline the tour.

He said on Twitter: “There’s new Ed music on the way! The Tour Edition of = is canceled this Friday. Includes 9 additional titles, 2 brand new and 2 that were in Yesterday.”

Fans are hoping for a first hearing of his new tracks as well as the artist’s biggest hits of the last few years, including “The A-Team”, “Thinking Out Loud” and “You Need Me, I Don’t Need You”. .

And with his setlists up for grabs in Belfast, Cardiff and Sunderland, hopeful fans won’t be disappointed. Read LatestPageNews’s full review of Sheeran’s show in Cardiff here.

The tour continues tonight in Manchester (so you’re late for that), but the good news is that tickets for his upcoming dates are still available on Ticketmaster.

Sheeran will also play a number of other venues in Manchester as well as major music venues in Glasgow and London.

How to buy Ed Sheeran tickets in the UK

Tickets are currently still available from Ticketmaster for a number of venues in Manchester, Glasgow and London.

Some of these are available through Ticketmaster’s resale system.

How much do the remaining tickets cost?

Prices vary depending on the venue and section. The cheapest tickets to Sheeran’s Glasgow shows start at £49.50 at Hampden Park National Stadium and go up to £82.50 for top seats.

London tickets start from £55 with top seats costing £91.97.

There are also ticket and hotel packages that can be purchased through Eventtravel,

What UK dates are coming up?

Sheeran has played incredible shows in Belfast, Cardiff and Sunderland. There are still UK dates in Manchester, Glasgow and London, but many are already sold out.

The remaining dates with tickets still available are as follows:

June 11: Manchester Etihad Stadium

June 12: Manchester Etihad Stadium

June 16: Glasgow National Stadium Hampden Park

June 17: Glasgow National Stadium Hampden Park

June 24: London’s Wembley Stadium

June 25: London’s Wembley Stadium

June 29: London’s Wembley Stadium

June 30: London’s Wembley Stadium

July 1: London’s Wembley Stadium

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