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Sheeran the love Ed Sheeran announces extra tickets for two of his upcoming Irish shows

The singer-songwriter will play 8 shows in Ireland next year


Ed Sheeran (Ian West/PA)

Ed Sheeran (Ian West/PA)

Ed Sheeran (Ian West/PA)

Ed Sheeran has announced extra tickets are set to go on sale for two of his Irish shows.

Lucky fans will now have another chance to grab tickets catch Ed as he plays Páirc Uí Chaoimh on April 29th 2022 and Croke Park on April 24th, 2022

In a statement, promoters announced the additional tickets up for grabs.

"Once again, Ed and his team have a strict stance against anyone using unofficial secondary ticketing sites in order to try and stop fans being exploited when trying to buy tickets for his shows.”

"The shows on this tour will use specially developed mobile digital ticketing technology which have safeguards in place to ensure genuine fans are buying genuine tickets, and to stop unofficial secondary ticketing sites, and unofficial ticket sellers, from being able to resell tickets at inflated prices and rip off fans.”

“In order to make buying legitimate tickets easier on the day, fans are encouraged to sign up for an account with an official ticket vendor in advance of the on sale.”

Ed is set to play eight gigs across Ireland in April and May 2022.

His first stop on the Mathematics tour brings him to Dublin’s Croke Park on April 24rd and 24th, before he heads South to play Cork’s Páirc Uí Chaoimh on April 28th and 29th.

Ed will play two dates at Thomond Park in Limerick on May 5th and 6th, before he finishes up the Irish leg of his tour with two shows on May 12th and 13th at Boucher Road Playing Fields in Belfast.

The tour will see Sheeran return to stadiums for the first time since his record-breaking Divide Tour which took place from 2017-2019.

It officially became the most-attended and highest-grossing tour, ever, by the time of its completion.

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