They will also come after the release of his debut album, ‘+’, currently due for release in September.
The dates kick off at Oxford’s O2 Academy on 2nd October, ending three weeks later at Cambridge Junction.
Here are the details:
02 Oxfo O2 Academy
03 London O2 Shepherds Bush
04 Bournemou O2 Academy
05 Falmou Princess Pavillion
06 Brighton Concorde 2
08 Hatfield O2 Forum
09 Bristol Anson Rooms
10 Nottingham Rock City
11 Birmingham Institute
13 Leeds University Stylus
14 Glasgow O2 ABC
15 Newcastle Northumbria University
17 Manchester Academy
18 Stoke The Sugar Mill
19 Cardiff Millennium Hall
20 Reading Sub89
23 Norwich UEA
25 Cambridge Junction
Tickets will go on sale tomorrow, 20th May, at 9am.
Ed Sheeran plays Dot to Dot Festival in Bristol (Saturday 28th May), Nottingham (29th May) and Manchester (30th May) - check out https://www.dottodotfestival.co.uk/ for full event info and ticket details.
Dot to Dot is a multi-venue music festival taking place across three of the UK’s most appreciative cities for music and culture. The travelling three-date music event helping to propel bands forward on their way to barnstorming careers and welcoming in some of the coolest acts from around the world across the second May Bank Holiday weekend.
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