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Ed Sheeran NZ Tour Sells Out - Second Auckland Show

ED SHEERAN
ALL NEW ZEALAND SHOWS SOLD OUT!
SECOND SHOW ANNOUNCED IN AUCKLAND. ON SALE TODAY AT 1.00PM!

Ed Sheeran's concerts in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch all sold out in a matter of minutes after going on sale at 12.00pm today. The demand to see Ed Sheeran live is so huge that Frontier Touring have been able to add a second show at Vector Arena in Auckland. Tickets to this show will go on sale at 1.00pm today (Thursday 2nd October) from Ticketmaster.

Sheeran will be the first musician in twenty years to undertake a headline national arena tour completely solo. Accompanied on stage by only a loop pedal and his trusty acoustic guitar, his ability to fill even the biggest of rooms is testament to his unique talent and appeal as a live performer.

A relentless work ethic combined with his dedicated fanbase have seen the 23-year-old Brit go from local pubs to sold-out arenas across the globe in just four short years, selling millions of records along the way.

This will be Sheeran’s fourth visit to our fine country in as many years. All six shows on his first headline tour in 2012 sold out immediately after going on sale and his return visit in 2013 received a similar reaction with additional shows added rapidly to meet demand. His 2015 tour is now following suit!

Whether playing pubs or arenas, Sheeran has been a completely solo touring act for his entire career. For almost two hours, he captures the attention of his audience with not much more than his acoustic guitar and the layers of sound built from foot stomps, guitar strums and perfect harmonies.

With the triple talent of intuitive songwriting, infectious charisma and hip hop flow, it’s no surprise that Ed Sheeran’s shows have a penchant for selling out almost immediately after going on sale. Be quick to get your tickets to this one-man acoustic-guitar toting band when they go on sale from 10am local time, Thursday 2 October.


ED SHEERAN
APRIL 2015

Tickets for second Auckland show on sale from 1.00pm today (Monday 2nd October)

Wed 8 Apr Christchurch | Horncastle Arena (All Ages)
ticketek.co.nz | Ph: 0800 842 538
SOLD OUT

Fri 10 Apr Wellington | TSB Bank Arena (All Ages)
ticketek.co.nz | Ph: 0800 842 538
SOLD OUT

Sat 11 Apr Auckland | Vector Arena (All Ages)
ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999
SOLD OUT

Sun 12 Apr Auckland | Vector Arena (All Ages)
ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999


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