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Suffolk: Ed Sheeran announces UK and Ireland tour for later this year

14:47 06 January 2014

Ed Sheeran will be back on tour in October

Ed Sheeran will be back on tour in October

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has announced he will tour the UK and Ireland later this year.

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Ed performing on stage. Photographer: Guy LevyEd performing on stage. Photographer: Guy Levy

The popular Framlingham singer/songwriter used his Twitter account to announce 12 dates and venues for his tour in October.

Tickets will go on general sale from 9am this Friday, January 10, however if you’re on Ed’s email list you’ll have a chance to buy your tickets two days earlier.

Mr Sheeran said: “I’m back on tour in the UK and Ireland this October. On sale Friday morning.”

Ed’s manager also said dates for US and European tours would be announced in the coming months.

The following dates have been announced:

Monday, October 6 | Dublin, 02 Arena

Wednesday, October 8 | Belfast, Odyssey Arena

Saturday, October 11 | Leeds, First Direct Arena

Sunday, October 12 | London, The O2

Monday, October 13 | London, The O2

Sunday, October 19 | Birmingham, LG Arena

Monday, October 20 | Birmingham, LG Arena

Thursday, October 23 | Nottingham, Capital FM Arena

Saturday, October 25 | Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena

Monday, October 27 | Manchester, Phones 4U Arena

Tuesday, October 28 | Manchester, Phones 4U Arena

Thursday, October 30 | Glasgow, SSE Hydro Arena

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