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Ed Sheeran Ipswich concert - tickets details and the full gig dates

ED Sheeran is set to travel the world with yet another world tour.

However his gigs at Ipswich are just two of only four dates announced in the UK next year so tickets are expected to be in high demand. Here's all you need to know.

Ed Sheeran has scheduled 23 European and UK tour dates

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Ed Sheeran has scheduled 23 European and UK tour datesCredit: Getty Images

What are the Ed Sheeran Ipswich gig dates?

Ed Sheeran has just added another date to his Ipswich gigs.

Dates were already scheduled at Chantry Park in the Suffolk town for August 23 and 24, 2019.

But now Sunday, August 25, has been announced as an extra date.

Ed's only other UK dates in 2019 are at Leeds' Roundhay Park.

The singer has booked four UK dates that are set to take place in August 2019

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The singer has booked four UK dates that are set to take place in August 2019Credit: Rex Features

Ed Sheeran Ipswich concert - when do tickets go on sale?

Tickets go on sale TODAY (Thursday, September 27) from 10am.

To combat secondary ticketing and resale issues that have plagued the star in previous concerts, it will be a paperless ticketing system via approved outlets.

They can be purchased via Ticketmaster, Seetickets, and Myticket.

They will cost from ?75 for general admission and ?85 seated, plus booking fee and transaction charges.

Although Ed Sheeran has announced that he will be going on tour, the singer hasn't revealed who will be supporting him.

Previous names that opened for him include Anne Marie, Snow Patrol and Lauv.

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What are all the UK and European tour dates?

  • 24 May: Groupama Stadium, Lyon, France
  • 29 May: Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux, France
  • 1 June: Estadio Da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 7 June: Estadi Olimpic de Montjuic Lluis Companys, Barcelona, Spain
  • 11 June: Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain
  • 14 June: Firenze Rocks, Florence, Italy
  • 16 June: Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
  • 19 June: Stadio San Siro, Milan, Italy
  • 23 June: Hockenheimring, Hockenheim, Germany
  • 28 June: Worthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt, Austria
  • 3 July: Arena Na?ionala, Bucharest, Romania
  •  7 July: Letiste Letnany, Prague, Czech Republic
  • 12 July: Lucavsala Park, Riga, Latvia
  • 19 July: Otkritie Arena (Spartak), Moscow, Russia
  • 24 July: Malmi Airport, Helsinki, Finland
  • 28 July: Tusindaarsskoven, Odense, Denmark
  • 2 August: Messegelande, Hannover, Germany
  • 7 August: Sziget Festival, Budapest, Hungary
  • 10 August: Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • 16 August: Roundhay Park, Leeds, UK
  • 17 August: Roundhay Park, Leeds, UK
  • 23 August: Chantry Park, Ipswich, UK
  • 24 August: Chantry Park, Ipswich, UK
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X TourTour by Ed SheeranX tour Ed Sheeran (North America 4th leg).jpgPoster of x Tour (North American 4th leg)Associated album?Start dateAugust 6, 2014End dateDecember 12, 2015Legs13No. of shows11 in Asia
61 in Europe
77 in North America
23 in Oceania
8 in South America
180 in totalBox officeUS$150.7 million ($162.55 million in 2019 dollars)[1]Ed Sheeran concert chronology

The x Tour (pronounced "Multiply Tour") was the second world concert tour by English singer-songwriter and musician, Ed Sheeran, in support of his second album, ? (pronounced "multiply"). The tour began in Osaka, Japan on 6 August 2014, and continued through Europe, the Americas, Oceania and Asia until 12 December 2015, where the tour ended in New Zealand. Sheeran planned 180 shows. In June 2015, the singer announced a documentary would be filmed during the tour's three sold-out dates, 10–12 July 2015, at 80,000-person capacity Wembley Stadium.[2]

Background

Throughout 2013, Sheeran supported Taylor Swift on her North American Red Tour, as well as performing throughout the show itself. He also is featured on her single, "Everything Has Changed", which was promoted at the Summertime Ball and the final of Britain's Got Talent. While touring, he began recording his second studio album, ?. The album was preceded by the lead single, "Sing", which reached number one in the UK. The album, released on 20 June 2014, received critical acclaim, and Sheeran performed at series of festivals in 2014, including Glastonbury Festival, T in the Park and Southside Festival. On 14 April 2014, following a performance on Saturday Night Live, Sheeran announced his first ever North American arena tour. Beginning in Seattle, the 15-date tour would travel all around North America.[3] Due to demand, three dates were added to the tour (one date at the SAP Center and at the Staples Center in Los Angeles).

During the 2015 leg of the X Tour, Ed Sheeran chose to use a Fender Stratocaster loaned to him by British contemporary artist Teddy M. The guitar known as Green T featuring graphics by the artist was played in 18 countries and used for the songs requiring an electric guitar including "Thinking Out Loud". Green T was returned to Teddy M at the end of the X Tour and later auctioned by Bonhams for ?12,500 (Dec 2015). https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/22818/lot/179/

The documentary movie Jumpers for Goalposts: Live at Wembley Stadium shot at Wembley Stadium at the end of the X Tour features the graffiti'd Fender Stratocaster Ed Sheeran commissioned as a collaboration between New York street art pioneer John Crash Matos and Teddy M. Known as the 'Crash x Teddy M' Stratocaster, the guitar features the debut of the Teddy M Heart design and Crash's signature eye symbol. GQ magazine featured a full page article on the 'Crash x Teddy M' Stratocaster in their July 2015 edition.[4]

According to Pollstar, the X Tour was the 43rd highest-grossing tour of 2014, with 667,066 tickets sold and US$33.4 million grossed.[5] The next year, the X Tour became the seventh highest-grossing tour of 2015, with 1,823,410 tickets sold and a gross of US$117.3 million,[6] accumulating a total of US$150.7 million grossed.

The support acts were: Rudimental, Rixton, Foy Vance, Kodaline and Christina Perri.

Set list

This set list is representative of the show on August 27, 2014. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.[7]

"I'm a Mess" "Lego House" "Don't" "Drunk" "Take It Back" "One" "Bloodstream" "Tenerife Sea" "Afire Love" "Runaway" "Thinking Out Loud" "Give Me Love" "I See Fire" Encore "You Need Me, I Don't Need You" "The A Team" "Chasing Cars" "Sing"

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue Asia 6 August 2014 Osaka Japan Big Cat N/A N/A 8 August 2014 Tokyo Studio Coast Europe 15 August 2014[a] Hasselt Belgium Kiewit N/A N/A 16 August 2014[b] Chelmsford England Hylands Park (V Festival) 17 August 2014[c] Weston-under-Lizard Weston Park (V Festival) North America[8][9] 21 August 2014 Seattle United States WaMu Theater 7,200 / 7,200 $404,362 23 August 2014 Vancouver Canada Ambleside Park 10,768 / 10,768 $565,895 26 August 2014 San Jose United States SAP Center 7,485 / 7,485 $423,475 27 August 2014 Los Angeles Staples Center 20,000 / 20,000 $790,450 29 August 2014 Las Vegas The Chelsea 6,000 / 6,000 $237,415 30 August 2014 31 August 2014 Glendale Jobing.com Arena 8,918 / 8,918 $329,272 3 September 2014 Kansas City Sprint Center 5,514 / 5,514 $285,408 4 September 2014 Cleveland Wolstein Center 5,139 / 5,139 $272,367 6 September 2014 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion 11,563 / 11,563 $507,170 8 September 2014 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 10,723 / 10,723 $523,115 9 September 2014 Mansfield Xfinity Center 10,808 / 10,808 $545,623 11 September 2014 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Arena 6,533 / 6,533 $314,548 12 September 2014 Duluth Arena at Gwinnett Center 9,276 / 9,276 $475,402 13 September 2014 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 10,231 / 10,231 $569,296 15 September 2014 Minneapolis Target Center 7,369 / 7,369 $413,428 16 September 2014 Rosemont Allstate Arena 10,532 / 10,532 $532,328 17 September 2014 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 6,419 / 6,419 $340,873 18 September 2014 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 14,156 / 14,156 $767,910 20 September 2014[d] Las Vegas United States MGM Grand Garden Arena N/A N/A Europe[10][11] 29 September 2014[e] London England Roundhouse N/A N/A 3 October 2014 Dublin Ireland 3Arena 4 October 2014 5 October 2014 6 October 2014 8 October 2014 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena 9 October 2014 11 October 2014 Leeds England First Direct Arena 12 October 2014 London The O2 Arena 68,748 / 70,489 $4,011,080 13 October 2014 14 October 2014 15 October 2014 19 October 2014 Birmingham LG Arena N/A N/A 20 October 2014 22 October 2014 Nottingham Capital FM Arena 23 October 2014 25 October 2014 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena 27 October 2014 Manchester Phones 4u Arena 32,303 / 32,610 $1,688,860 28 October 2014 30 October 2014 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro N/A N/A 31 October 2014 3 November 2014 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 4 November 2014 Brussels Belgium Forest National 8,000 / 8,400 $299,784 5 November 2014 Dusseldorf Germany ISS Dome 11,820 / 11,820 $414,299 6 November 2014 Hamburg O2 World Hamburg 12,121 / 12,303 $395,006 11 November 2014 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen N/A N/A 12 November 2014 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe 13,994 / 13,994 $604,594 14 November 2014 Berlin Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle 8,969 / 8,969 $313,251 15 November 2014 Stuttgart Porsche-Arena 6,283 / 6,283 $226,940 17 November 2014 Munich Olympiahalle 12,084 / 12,084 $480,936 18 November 2014 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt 11,739 / 11,739 $411,033 19 November 2014 Zurich Switzerland Maag Halle N/A N/A 20 November 2014 Milan Italy Alcatraz 22 November 2014 Villeurbanne France Le Transbordeur 24 November 2014 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi 25 November 2014 Madrid Barclaycard Center 27 November 2014 Paris France Bataclan Europe 26 January 2015 Rome Italy PalaLottomatica 27 January 2015 Milan Mediolanum Forum 28 January 2015 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion 13,000 / 13,000 $892,945 30 January 2015 Amneville France Galaxie Amneville N/A N/A 1 February 2015 Clermont-Ferrand Zenith de Clermont-Ferrand 2 February 2015 Paris Zenith de Paris 3 February 2015 Nantes Zenith de Nantes 12 February 2015 Prague Czech Republic Tipsport Arena 13 February 2015 Warsaw Poland Torwar Hall 15 February 2015 Vilnius Lithuania Siemens Arena 16 February 2015 Riga Latvia Arena Riga 17 February 2015 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall Asia 27 February 2015 Muscat Oman Shangri-La's Barr Al Jissah
Resort and Spa N/A N/A 1 March 2015 Mumbai India Mahalaxmi Racecourse 3 March 2015 Doha Qatar Qatar National Convention Centre 5 March 2015 Dubai United Arab Emirates Dubai Media City 7 March 2015 Shanghai China Mercedes-Benz Arena 7,160 / 7,160 $610,589 8 March 2015 Seoul South Korea SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium 3,296 / 3,977 $402,518 10 March 2015 Hong Kong Hong Kong AsiaWorld–Expo 7,869 / 7,869 $678,550 12 March 2015 Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Arena 10,408 / 10,408 $979,927 14 March 2015 Singapore Star Theatre 4,985 / 4,985 $462,931 16 March 2015 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Plenary Hall 4,694 / 4,694 $377,910 Oceania[12] 20 March 2015 Brisbane Australia Riverstage 27,928 / 27,928 $1,783,370 21 March 2015 22 March 2015 24 March 2015 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre 36,545 / 36,545 $2,519,210 25 March 2015 26 March 2015 28 March 2015 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 40,108 / 40,108 $2,547,170 29 March 2015 30 March 2015 1 April 2015 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre 18,318 / 18,318 $1,159,190 2 April 2015 4 April 2015 Perth Perth Arena 29,692 / 29,692 $1,964,960 5 April 2015 8 April 2015 Christchurch New Zealand Horncastle Arena N/A N/A 10 April 2015 Wellington TSB Bank Arena 11 April 2015 Auckland Vector Arena 12 April 2015 South America 19 April 2015 Bogota Colombia C.C Bima Gran Carpa 6,630 / 6,630 $521,902 21 April 2015 Lima Peru Jockey Club del Peru 11,649 / 11,649 $820,792 23 April 2015 Santiago Chile Pista Atletica 14,797 / 14,797 $770,746 25 April 2015 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Luna Park 15,884 / 15,884 $961,749 26 April 2015 28 April 2015 Sao Paulo Brazil Espaco das Americas 14,823 / 14,823 $912,765 29 April 2015 30 April 2015 Rio de Janeiro HSBC Arena 11,245 / 11,245 $739,028 North America[13] 2 May 2015[f] New Orleans United States Fair Grounds Race Course 10,500 / 10,500 $800,500 3 May 2015[g] Memphis Tom Lee Park N/A N/A 6 May 2015 Austin Frank Erwin Center 11,593 / 11,951 $683,306 7 May 2015 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre N/A N/A 9 May 2015 Tulsa BOK Center 12,230 / 12,230 $681,958 10 May 2015 St. Louis Scottrade Center N/A N/A 12 May 2015 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center 13,389 / 13,389 $754,355 13 May 2015 Albany Times Union Center 11,022 / 12,935 $654,538 19 May 2015 Salt Lake City EnergySolutions Arena N/A N/A 23 May 2015 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 7,090 / 7,090 $464,890 24 May 2015 Bangor Darling's Waterfront Pavilion N/A N/A 26 May 2015 Philadelphia The Mann Center 28 May 2015 New York City Forest Hills Stadium 26,214 / 26,214 $1,785,832 29 May 2015 30 May 2015 Newark Prudential Center N/A N/A 31 May 2015 Brooklyn Barclays Center 14,341 / 14,341 $1,083,905 2 June 2015 Montreal Canada Bell Centre N/A N/A 3 June 2015 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre 5 June 2015 London Budweiser Gardens 9,003 / 9,003 $542,962 6 June 2015 Toronto Air Canada Centre 14,278 / 14,278 $798,615 7 June 2015 Hopewell United States CMAC N/A N/A 9 June 2015 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena 10 June 2015 Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center 10,657 / 10,657 $625,543 12 June 2015 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre N/A N/A 13 June 2015 Regina Brandt Centre 14 June 2015 Edmonton Rexall Place 16 June 2015 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre 17 June 2015 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome 19 June 2015 Vancouver Rogers Arena 20 June 2015 Portland United States Moda Center 23 June 2015 San Diego Valley View Casino Center 24 June 2015 Los Angeles Hollywood Bowl 25 June 2015 26 June 2015 Berkeley Hearst Greek Theatre 29 June 2015 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre 30 June 2015 2 July 2015 Noblesville Klipsch Music Center 3 July 2015[h] Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater Europe 10 July 2015 London England Wembley Stadium 229,725 / 229,725 $18,008,988 11 July 2015 12 July 2015 24 July 2015 Dublin Ireland Croke Park 162,208 / 162,208 $11,590,800 25 July 2015 North America 3 September 2015 Houston United States BBVA Compass Stadium N/A N/A 5 September 2015 Frisco Toyota Stadium 8 September 2015 Orlando Amway Center 13,638 / 13,638 $898,415 9 September 2015 Miami American Airlines Arena N/A N/A 10 September 2015 Tampa Amalie Arena 12,598 / 12,598 $747,953 12 September 2015 Atlanta Philips Arena 13,551 / 13,551 $834,508 13 September 2015 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 15,754 / 15,754 $905,096 15 September 2015 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center N/A N/A 16 September 2015 Tinley Park Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre 17 September 2015 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center 18 September 2015 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center 20 September 2015 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 22 September 2015 Washington, D.C. United States Verizon Center 23,484 / 23,484 $1,464,570 23 September 2015 25 September 2015 Foxborough Gillette Stadium 51,996 / 54,000 $3,234,377 26 September 2015[i] New York City Central Park N/A N/A Oceania 28 November 2015 Brisbane Australia Suncorp Stadium N/A N/A 2 December 2015 Perth HBF Park 5 December 2015 Melbourne AAMI Park 6 December 2015 9 December 2015 Sydney Allianz Stadium 12 December 2015 Auckland New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium

Notes

^ The show of 15 August 2014 in Hasselt at Kiewit was part of the Pukkelpop. ^ The show of 16 August 2014 in Chelmsford at Hylands Park was part of the V Festival. ^ The show of 17 August 2014 in Weston-under-Lizard at Weston Park was part of the V Festival. ^ The show of 20 September 2014 in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena was part of the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival. ^ The show of 29 September 2014 in London at the Roundhouse was part of the 2014 iTunes Festival. ^ The show of 2 May 2015 in New Orleans at Fair Grounds Race Course was part of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. ^ The show of 3 May 2015 in Memphis at Tom Lee Park was part of the Beale Street Music Festival. ^ The show of 3 July 2015 in Milwaukee at Marcus Amphitheater was part of Summerfest. ^ The 26 September 2015 performance at Central Park in New York City was part of the Global Citizen Festival.

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