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Ed Sheeran announces European and UK tour 2018 – but Portman Road in Ipswich is not included

PUBLISHED: 09:51 28 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:19 28 June 2017

Ed Sheeran performing on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury Festival. Picture: YUI MOK/PA WIRE

Ed Sheeran performing on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury Festival. Picture: YUI MOK/PA WIRE

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Ed Sheeran has announced his European and UK tour for 2018, but Portman Road football stadium in Ipswich has not been included despite anticipation in his home county of Suffolk. See the full list below.

But shortly after making the announcement this morning, Ed added: “That’s not the end of the stadium tour, watch this space x.”

The singer will start his tour in Cork on May 4 and May 5 in 2018, and finish at Warsaw on August 11.

Several football stadiums appear on his tour dates, including the Etihad Stadium in Manchester on May 24, Hampden Park in Glasgow on June 1, and St James’ Park in Newcastle on June 8.

He will also perform at Wembley Stadium in London on June 15 and June 16 before taking his tour across Europe, visiting Paris, Berlin, and more.

• Find out which other singers have performed at Portman Road

General sale starts at 10am on Saturday, July 8 at 10am aside from Belfast, which will be on sale at 9am on the same date at www.edsheeran.com. There are no pre-sales.

See here to buy tickets on July 8.

The news comes after Ed said in January this year that he will “definitely” gig at Portman Road “at some point”.

Full list

MAY 4 IRELAND, CORK PAIRC UI CHAOIMH

MAY 5 IRELAND, CORK PAIRC UI CHAOIMH

MAY 9 UK, BELFAST BOUCHER PLAYING FIELDS

MAY 12 IRELAND, GALWAY PEARSE STADIUM

MAY 13 IRELAND, GALWAY PEARSE STADIUM

MAY 16 IRELAND, DUBLIN PHOENIX PARK

MAY 18 IRELAND, DUBLIN PHOENIX PARK

MAY 24 UK, MANCHESTER ETIHAD STADIUM

JUNE 1 UK, GLASGOW HAMPDEN PARK

JUNE 8 UK, NEWCASTLE ST JAMES’ PARK

JUNE 15 UK, LONDON WEMBLEY STADIUM

JUNE 16 UK, LONDON WEMBLEY STADIUM

JUNE 22 UK, CARDIFF PRINCIPALITY STADIUM

JUNE 28 THE NETHERLANDS, AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAM ARENA

JULY 1 BELGIUM, WERCHTER FESTIVALPARK

JULY 6 FRANCE, PARIS STADE DE FRANCE

JULY 10 SWEDEN, GOTHENBURG ULLEVI

JULY 14 SWEDEN, STOCKHOLM FRIENDS ARENA

JULY 19 GERMANY, BERLIN OLYMPIASTADION

JULY 22 GERMANY, ESSEN FLUGHAFEN ESSEN/MULHEIM

JULY 25 GERMANY, HAMBURG TRABRENNBAHN BAHRENFELD

JULY 29 GERMANY, MUNICH OLYMPIASTADION

AUGUST 3 SWITZERLAND, ZURICH LETZIGRUND STADION

AUGUST 7 AUSTRIA, VIENNA ERNST HAPPEL STADION

AUGUST 11 POLAND, WARSAW PGE NARODOWY

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Official Resale Website:

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