Ed Sheeran will be blessing South Africa with his rockstar talent in 2019

Ed Sheeran will be blessing South Africa with his rockstar talent in 2019

- World famous artist Ed Sheeran will be doing a SA tour in 2019

- There will be 2 shows, one in JHB and one in CT

- Big Concerts is the host and tickets will go on sale end of June

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Excitement is in the air!! Ed Sheeran will be touring South Africa in 2019. It will be the first South African tour for the British heartthrob singer-songwriter.

There will be only two shows, one in Johannesburg and the other in Cape Town. It has been confirmed by Big Concerts that the musicians’ performances will be at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on 23 March and the Cape Town Stadium on 27 March 2019, reported Jacaranda FM.

The tour is presented by AEG and Big Concerts. Taking in account that there will only be two shows, make sure you book in time.

You can purchase your tickets from computicket.com. on the following dates:

  • Cape Town – Thursday 28 June from 9am
  • Gauteng – Friday 29 June from 9am

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This promises to be a concert with a line-up of something you only dream of. Sheeran will be plucking at our heart strings with his love songs and biggest hits.

Described as one of the world’s most successful and talented artists, his shows have always been sold out, and we speaking world-wide.

Briefly.co.za learnt that his Divide Tour which took place in the UK, sold approximately 1.1 million tickets. Following his third studio album Divide, Sheeran was announced as the IFPI’s best-selling global recording artist.

Even though it’s still roughly nine months away, the tickets will sell out incredibly fast. So don’t procrastinate if you want to see a show of a life time!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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