British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, who just released his second studio album, has just launched his world tour to promote it, with the first leg running though the United States. Sheeran is kicking things off in California with a show at the SAP Center in San Jose on August 26 followed by a show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on August 27. From there, it’s on to a two-night stint in Vegas, followed by a run through the Midwest, eventually making his way to the East Cost with a performance at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on September 8.

After a ducking up north for a quick show in Boston, Sheeran will head into the South, ultimately paying Nashville on September 13 and moving on to a few more Midwest shows. He’ll finish up this of the Atlantic on September 18 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto and then head out to tour through Europe until early next year.

Ed Sheeran Tickets & Tour Dates

Date
Event
Tickets
Las Vegas, NV
Tickets
Las Vegas, NV
Tickets
Dublin, Ireland
Tickets
Dublin, Ireland
Tickets
Dublin, Ireland
Tickets
Dublin, Ireland
Tickets
Belfast, UK
Tickets
Belfast, UK
Tickets
Leeds, UK
Tickets
London, UK
Tickets
London, UK
Tickets
London, UK
Tickets
London, UK
Tickets
Birmingham, UK
Tickets
Birmingham, UK
Tickets
Birmingham, UK
Tickets
Nottingham, UK
Tickets
Nottingham, UK
Tickets
Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Tickets
Manchester, UK
Tickets
Manchester, UK
Tickets
Glasgow, UK
Tickets
Glasgow, UK
Tickets
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tickets
Brussels, Belgium
Tickets
Dusseldorf, Germany
Tickets
Hamburg, Germany
Tickets
Copenhagen, Denmark
Tickets
Stockholm, Sweden
Tickets
Berlin, Germany
Tickets
Stuttgart, Germany
Tickets
Munich, Germany
Tickets
Frankfurt, Germany
Tickets
Zurich, Switzerland
Tickets
Milan, Italy
Tickets
Villeurbanne, France
Tickets
Barcelona, Spain
Tickets
Madrid, Spain
Tickets
Paris, France
Tickets
Rome, Italy
Tickets
Assago, Italy
Tickets
Zurich, Switzerland
Tickets
Amneville, France
Tickets
Clermont-Ferrand, France
Tickets
Paris, France
Tickets
Saint-Herblain, France

Video for Ed Sheeran’s “The A Team”