Ed Sheeran announces HUGE stadium tour for the United Kingdom and Europe

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Giugno 28, 2017

There is actually no stopping Ed Sheeran. And Ed is eyeing collaborations with the likes of DJ Khaled and Justin Bieber.

Hot off the heels of his fantastic Glastonbury performance, Ed Sheeran has just revealed he will announce a new tour very soon. He said: "I've been working on this one since the same time as Plus".

Sheeran told The Sun that, "I've been working on this one since the same time as Plus. So I have about six, seven at the moment".

That's right - Ed says he's been working on his fourth record, likely to be called '-' (Subtract) - since writing his debut album + in 2011.

As for a release date, it could be out as late as 2021, explaining: "It will potentially come later, because it's been about six years in the making and it might be another three or four".

Just two days after his headline performance at Glastonbury, the Shape of You singer has announced that he will embark on a United Kingdom and European stadium tour. But hopefully next year.

"I'm always, always up for working with Bieber", he explains. He's doing a lot of these features (record collaborations) then he's touring. I've got some ideas. And his head's screwed on properly now'.

Ed rocked the Pyramid stage on the final night of Glastonbury 2017, and he received mixed reviews for the gig, but more surprisingly, he received criticism from viewers who didn't understand how he works.

This led to some Twitter users on social media accusing Sheeran of using backing tracks during his live performance, where he sang his hits such as "Thinking Out Loud", "You Need Me, I Don't Need You" and introduced "Galway Girl".

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