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Ed Sheeran plots fall tour

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CASE OF THE X The singer breaks a wee bit bad in this album... and we like it
Ben Watts

Tuesday morning, Ed Sheeran announced a month-long second leg to his North American tour that will kick off September 3 in Houston, Texas at BBVA Compass Stadium. The tour was added after Sheeran’s summer tour (which itself is part of his world tour) supporting his most recent album, X, sold out most venues—Barclay’s Center, Newark’s Prudential Center, and a two-night stand at Hollywood Bowl included—in a matter of minutes. 

Pre-sale starts April 6, while general public on-sale starts April 10. Whether Sheeran plans to surprise more couples on their wedding days along the way remains to be seen. A full list of North American dates is below. 

Sheeran was one of the 50 artists honored by YouTube at the annual YouTube Music Awards last week—where he debuted the new music video for his collaboration with Rudimental, “Bloodstream.” Given that the official video for “Thinking Out Loud” has been watched nearly 400 million times, it appears a fitting honor. 

May 2: New Orleans, LA, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

May 3: Memphis, TN, Beale Street Music Festival

May 6: Austin, TX, Frank Erwin Center

May 7: Dallas, TX, Verizon Theatre at Grande Prairie 

May 9: Tulsa, OK, BOK Center 

May 10: St. Louis, MO, Scottrade Center

May 12: Pittsburgh, PA, CONSOL Energy Center 

May 13: Albany, NY, Times Union Center

May 15: Las Vegas, NV, Rock in Rio USA

May 19: Salt Lake City, UT, EnergySolutions Arena

May 23: Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena 

May 24: Bangor, ME, Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion

May 26: Philadelphia, PA, the Mann 

May 28: Forest Hills, NY, Forest Hills Stadium 

May 29: Forest Hills, NY, Forest Hills Stadium 

May 30: Newark, NJ, Prudential Center

May 31: Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center 

June 2: Montreal, QC, Bell Centre

June 3: Ottawa, ON, Canadian Tire Centre

June 5: London, ON, Budweiser Gardens

June 6: Toronto, ON, Air Canada  Centre

June 7: Canandaigua, NY, CMAC 

June 9: Des Moines, IA, Wells Fargo Arena

June 10: Sioux Falls, SD, Denny Sanford PREMIER Center

June 12: Winnipeg, MB,  MTS Centre 

June 13: Regina, SK, Brandt Centre 

June 14: Edmonton, AB, Rexall Place 

June 16: Saskatoon, SK, SaskTel Centre

June 17: Calgary, AB, Scotiabank Saddledome 

June 19: Vancouver, BC, Rogers Arena  

June 20: Portland, OR, Moda Center 

June 23: San Diego, CA, Valley View Casino Center 

June 24: Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl 

June 25: Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Bowl 

June 26: San Francisco, CA, Greek Theater at Berkeley 

June 29: Denver, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheatre

June 30: Denver, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheatre   

July 2: Indianapolis, IN, Klipsch Amphitheater

July 3: Milwaukee, WI, Summerfest   

September 3: Houston, TX, BBVA Compass Stadium

September 5: Dallas, TX, Toyota Stadium

September 8: Orlando, FL, Amway Center

September 9: Miami, FL, American Airlines Arena

September 10: Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena

September 12: Atlanta, GA, Philips Arena

September 13: Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena

September 15: St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center

September 16: Chicago, IL, First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre 

September 17: Cincinnati, OH, Riverbend Music Center 

September 18: Cleveland, OH, Blossom Music Center

September 20: Toronto, ON, Air Canada Center

September 22: Washington, DC, Verizon Center

September 23: Washington, DC, Verizon Center

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