Arguably the biggest singer-songwriter in the world right now, Ed Sheeran will be arriving in London on the 10th July for three days of shows at Wembley Stadium.
All three dates have sold out meaning each night Sheeran will be performing in front of around 70,000 people. However, the support for each night will be different. On Friday 10th July, the support will come from Foy Vance and OneRepublic, on Saturday 11th support will come in the form of Rudimental and Example whilst on Sunday 12th it will be Passenger and OneRepublic supporting.
Sheeran has had another very successful year after the release of his second studio album, X, in June of last year. The West Yorkshire-born star will be touching down in the capital following a sold-out 39-date tour of North America.
Despite still being at the tender age of 24 Ed Sheeran has already established himself as one of the biggest names in the music industry. By December 2014 his debut album had sold over 1.87 million copies in Britain, whilst X sold 1.69 million copies alone last year in the UK and went 5x Platinum.
Once the ‘Sing’ star concludes the three dates at Wembley Stadium, he will travel across the Irish Sea to Dublin to play two nights at Croke Park on the 24th and 25th July.
All dates at Wembley Stadium and Croke Park are sold out. X is available now via Asylum and Atlantic Records.