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÷ Tour
Tour by Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran Divide Tour.jpg
Promotional image for Sheeran's UK Tour in the first European leg
Associated album ÷
Start date 16 March 2017
End date 10 November 2018
Legs 8
No. of shows 80 in Europe
14 in Latin America
83 in North America
10 in Asia
18 in Oceania
205 in total
Box office $131.4 million (111 shows)
Ed Sheeran concert chronology
  • x Tour
    (2014–2015)
  • ÷ Tour
    (2017–18)

The ÷ Tour (pronounced "divide tour")[1] is the third world concert tour by English singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran, in support of his third studio album, ÷ (pronounced "divide"). It officially began on 16 March 2017, in Turin, Italy. Ticket sales started on 2 February 2017.[2][3][4]

Background

The morning of 26 January 2017, through Sheeran social networks, the dates of the tour for Europe were announced. Hours later through the same networks were announced the dates for Latin America. Tickets for the tour sold out quickly, prompting new dates to be added in London, Turin and Santiago. On 13 February 2017 it was announced that he would be part of the line up for a week of gigs at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust taking place on the 28 March 2017.[5] On 22 February 2017, Sheeran announced through his social networks that Anne-Marie and Ryan McMullan would be the opening acts for the UK and European dates.[6] On 8 March 2017, Sheeran announced the North America leg would start on 29 June 2017, until 6 October 2017.[7] On the North American Arena Tour, Sheeran's opening act was James Blunt, a singer popular in the early 2000s, except for two dates in Indianapolis and Cleveland, where the opener was Joshua Radin. He toured to places such as Las Vegas, Nevada and Glendale, Arizona.

Commercial performance

In Sheeran's native Ireland, more than 300,000 tickets for seven shows across Cork, Belfast, Galway and Dublin were sold in a single day, making history as being the only artist to ever do such feat in Irish territory.[8] Due to the phenomenal demand, extra addes were added in both Cork and Dublin, with three dates for each city in total.[9]

In Oceania, the tour broke the official record for the most tickets sold, at over 1 million (previously held by the Dire Straits tour in 1985, with around 950,000), as well as most shows by a single artist on one tour (18, formerly held by AC/DC at 14). Sheeran also broke records for the biggest stadium tour of Australia and New Zealand, venue record for highest cumulative attendance on one tour and venue record for highest attendance for a single show.[10] More than 710,000 tickets were sold within a single day of general public sale. In Sydney, a total of 243,513 tickets were sold for three shows at the ANZ Stadium, which rolled out over three successive nights from March 15-17, 2018. The attendance per show was 79,726, 81,752 and 82,035, respectively. This set a new record for aggregate attendance at a series of stadium concerts in NSW, smashing the old benchmark of 213,045 set by AC/DC during their Black Ice Tour in 2010.[11]

Set list

This set list is representative of the show on November 19, 2017, in Mumbai, India. It is not representative of all concerts for the duration of the tour.[12]

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
Leg 1 — Europe[1][13]
16 March 2017 Turin Italy Pala Alpitour Anne-Marie
Ryan McMullan
23,255 / 23,255 $1,223,750
17 March 2017
19 March 2017 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion 14,000 / 14,000 $1,156,950
20 March 2017 Munich Germany Olympiahalle 12,076 / 12,076 $932,166
22 March 2017 Mannheim SAP Arena 10,843 / 10,843 $753,785
23 March 2017 Cologne Lanxess Arena 16,223 / 16,223 $1,138,720
26 March 2017 Hamburg Barclaycard Arena 12,779 / 13,227 $837,705
27 March 2017 Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena 14,104 / 14,104 $1,036,360
28 March 2017[a] London England Royal Albert Hall N/A N/A N/A
30 March 2017 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe Anne-Marie
Ryan McMullan
14,024 / 14,024 $1,024,640
1 April 2017 Herning Denmark Jyske Bank Boxen 14,814 / 14,996 $1,268,380
3 April 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 33,255 / 33,255 $2,115,870
4 April 2017
5 April 2017 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 21,109 / 21,151 $1,325,480
6 April 2017 Paris France AccorHotels Arena 15,988 / 15,988 $801,973
8 April 2017 Madrid Spain Wizink Center 15,748 / 15,748 $908,417
9 April 2017 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi 17,476 / 17,476 $955,236
12 April 2017 Dublin Republic of Ireland 3Arena 25,538 / 25,538 $2,156,330
13 April 2017
16 April 2017 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro 25,220 / 25,220 $1,997,460
17 April 2017
19 April 2017 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena 21,558 / 21,558 $1,657,950
20 April 2017
22 April 2017 Manchester Manchester Arena 31,333 / 31,379 $2,631,120
23 April 2017
25 April 2017 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena 18,790 / 18,790 $1,607,780
26 April 2017
28 April 2017 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena Birmingham 30,994 / 30,994 $2,630,310
29 April 2017
1 May 2017 London The O2 Arena 55,708 / 55,708 $5,093,280
2 May 2017
3 May 2017
Leg 2 — Latin America[14][15][16]
13 May 2017 Lima Peru Estadio Nacional Antonio Lulic 19,745 / 19,745 $1,299,630
15 May 2017 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena Intimate Stranger
Antonio Lulic
26,983 / 26,983 $2,087,600
16 May 2017
20 May 2017 La Plata Argentina Estadio Ciudad de La Plata Benjamin Amadeo
Antonio Lulic
33,584 / 33,584 $2,303,960
23 May 2017 Curitiba Brazil Pedreira Paulo Leminski Antonio Lulic 17,400 / 17,400 $1,369,190
25 May 2017 Rio de Janeiro Jeunesse Arena 12,087 / 12,087 $995,741
28 May 2017 São Paulo Allianz Parque 37,075 / 37,075 $3,379,710
30 May 2017 Belo Horizonte Esplanada do Minerão 14,143 / 14,143 $1,039,570
2 June 2017 Bogotá Colombia Simón Bolívar Park Sebastián Yatra
Antonio Lulic
15,588 / 15,588 $1,176,970
4 June 2017 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum Yebba Smith 14,426 / 14,426 $1,017,458
6 June 2017 Alajuela Costa Rica Parque Viva Antonio Lulic 17,464 / 17,464 $1,288,350
10 June 2017 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes 21,429 / 21,500 $1,333,238
12 June 2017 Guadalajara Arena VFG 11,648 / 12,204 $966,096
14 June 2017 Monterrey Auditorio Citibanamex 7,865 / 8,084 $910,014
Leg 3 — Europe[1][17]
22 June 2017[b] London England The O2 Arena Fuse ODG 18,552 / 19,085 $1,678,980
25 June 2017[c] Pilton Glastonbury Festival N/A N/A N/A
Leg 4 — North America[1][19]
29 June 2017 Kansas City United States Sprint Center James Blunt 13,382 / 13,382 $1,217,313
30 June 2017 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena 13,375 / 13,375 $1,078,939
1 July 2017 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 14,938 / 14,938 $1,375,063
7 July 2017 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 30,516 / 30,516 $2,554,110
8 July 2017
9 July 2017 Buffalo United States KeyBank Center 14,305 / 14,305 $1,167,095
11 July 2017 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 28,922 / 28,922 $2,633,260
12 July 2017
14 July 2017 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 13,670 / 13,670 $1,384,770
15 July 2017
18 July 2017 Quebec City Canada Videotron Centre 13,611 / 13,611 $1,162,530
19 July 2017 Montreal Bell Centre 15,264 / 15,264 $1,281,710
22 July 2017 Winnipeg Bell MTS Place 11,843 / 11,843 $1,009,380
23 July 2017 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre 12,585 / 12,585 $1,059,270
25 July 2017 Edmonton Rogers Place 27,411 / 27,411 $2,343,200
26 July 2017
28 July 2017 Vancouver Rogers Arena 14,070 / 14,070 $1,212,330
29 July 2017 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome 19,538 / 19,538 $1,575,039
30 July 2017 Portland Moda Center 13,420 / 13,420 $1,074,959
1 August 2017 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 13,424 / 13,424 $1,220,937
2 August 2017 Oakland Oracle Arena 13,662 / 13,662 $1,219,722
4 August 2017 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 15,243 / 15,243 $1,326,231
5 August 2017 Glendale Gila River Arena 13,654 / 13,654 $1,239,478
6 August 2017 San Diego Valley View Casino Center 10,233 / 10,233 $917,154
10 August 2017 Los Angeles Staples Center 40,731 / 40,731 $3,622,204
11 August 2017
12 August 2017
15 August 2017 Denver Pepsi Center 12,917 / 12,917 $1,159,523
17 August 2017 Tulsa BOK Center 12,069 / 12,069 $961,178
18 August 2017 Dallas American Airlines Center 13,632 / 13,632 $1,207,645
19 August 2017 Houston Toyota Center 11,811 / 11,811 $1,067,592
22 August 2017 San Antonio AT&T Center 13,928 / 13,928 $1,112,573
25 August 2017 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena 21,055 / 21,055 $1,970,117
26 August 2017
29 August 2017 Tampa Amalie Arena 13,459 / 13,459 $1,076,537
30 August 2017 Miami American Airlines Arena 12,813 / 12,813 $1,144,534
31 August 2017 Orlando Amway Center 12,360 / 12,360 $1,007,408
2 September 2017 Raleigh PNC Arena 13,805 / 13,805 $1,134,012
3 September 2017 Charlotte Spectrum Center 13,927 / 13,927 $1,243,772
5 September 2017 North Charleston North Charleston Coliseum 8,517 / 8,517 $673,759
7 September 2017 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 15,721 / 15,721 $1,257,529
8 September 2017 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse Joshua Radin 12,740 / 12,740 $1,014,966
9 September 2017 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 15,073 / 15,073 $1,365,524
12 September 2017 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha James Blunt 13,990 / 13,990 $1,125,765
15 September 2017 Rosemont Allstate Arena 26,346 / 26,346 $2,347,880
16 September 2017
19 September 2017 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 27,497 / 27,497 $2,456,334
20 September 2017
22 September 2017 Boston TD Garden 25,590 / 25,590 $2,295,216
23 September 2017
26 September 2017 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 13,331 / 13,331 $1,190,946
27 September 2017 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 14,124 / 14,124 $1,268,652
29 September 2017 Brooklyn Barclays Center 41,066 / 41,066 $3,658,480
30 September 2017
1 October 2017
3 October 2017 Columbus Nationwide Arena 27,255 / 27,255 $2,199,218
4 October 2017
6 October 2017 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 27,721 / 27,721 $2,503,808
7 October 2017
Leg 5 — Asia[1][20][21][22]
11 November 2017 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Lauv 18,297 / 18,297 $2,584,230
12 November 2017
14 November 2017 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Axiata Arena 11,597 / 11,597 $980,033
16 November 2017 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena 14,394 / 14,394 $1,744,270
19 November 2017 Mumbai India JioGarden 11,103 / 11,103 $1,100,040
23 November 2017 Dubai United Arab Emirates Autism Rocks Arena 23,272 / 23,272 $2,783,800
Leg 6 — Oceania[1][23][24][11]
2 March 2018 Perth Australia Optus Stadium Missy Higgins
Fergus James
3 March 2018
7 March 2018 Adelaide Adelaide Oval
9 March 2018 Melbourne Etihad Stadium Missy Higgins
Bliss n Eso
10 March 2018
11 March 2018
12 March 2018
15 March 2018 Sydney ANZ Stadium Missy Higgins
Ryan McMullan
16 March 2018
17 March 2018
20 March 2018 Brisbane Suncorp Stadium Missy Higgins
Fergus James
21 March 2018
24 March 2018 Auckland New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium Drax Project
25 March 2018
26 March 2018
29 March 2018 Dunedin Forsyth Barr Stadium Six60
Mitch James
31 March 2018
1 April 2018
Leg 7 — Asia[25]
8 April 2018[d] Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Concert Grounds TBA
11 April 2018[e] Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall
13 April 2018[f] Tokyo Nippon Budokan
14 April 2018[f]
Leg 8 — Europe[1][26]
4 May 2018 Cork Republic of Ireland Páirc Uí Chaoimh Anne-Marie
Jamie Lawson
5 May 2018
6 May 2018
9 May 2018 Belfast Northern Ireland Boucher Playing Fields
12 May 2018 Galway Republic of Ireland Pearse Stadium
13 May 2018
16 May 2018 Dublin Phoenix Park
18 May 2018
19 May 2018
24 May 2018 Manchester England Etihad Stadium
25 May 2018
26 May 2018
27 May 2018
1 June 2018 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park
2 June 2018
3 June 2018
8 June 2018 Newcastle England St James' Park
9 June 2018
10 June 2018
14 June 2018 London Wembley Stadium
15 June 2018
16 June 2018
17 June 2018
21 June 2018 Cardiff Wales Principality Stadium
22 June 2018
23 June 2018
24 June 2018
28 June 2018 Amsterdam Netherlands Johan Cruyff Arena
29 June 2018
1 July 2018 Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival Park
6 July 2018 Paris France Stade de France
7 July 2018
10 July 2018 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi
11 July 2018
14 July 2018 Stockholm Friends Arena
19 July 2018 Berlin Germany Olympiastadion
22 July 2018 Essen Flughafen Essen/Mülheim
25 July 2018 Hamburg Trabrennbahn Bahrenfeld
29 July 2018 Munich Olympiastadion
30 July 2018
3 August 2018 Zürich Switzerland Letzigrund
4 August 2018
7 August 2018 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
8 August 2018
11 August 2018 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy
12 August 2018
Leg 9 — North America[1]
18 August 2018 Pasadena United States Rose Bowl TBA
21 August 2018 San Francisco AT&T Park
25 August 2018 Seattle CenturyLink Field
30 August 2018 Toronto Canada Rogers Centre
31 August 2018
6 September 2018 St. Louis United States Busch Stadium
8 September 2018 Detroit Ford Field
14 September 2018 Foxborough Gillette Stadium
15 September 2018
21 September 2018 East Rutherford MetLife Stadium
22 September 2018
27 September 2018 Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field
30 September 2018 Pittsburgh PNC Park
4 October 2018 Chicago Soldier Field
6 October 2018 Nashville Nissan Stadium
13 October 2018 Kansas City Arrowhead Stadium
17 October 2018 Fargo Fargodome
20 October 2018 Minneapolis U.S. Bank Stadium
23 October 2018 Milwaukee Miller Park
27 October 2018 Arlington AT&T Stadium
31 October 2018 New Orleans Mercedes-Benz Superdome
3 November 2018 Houston Minute Maid Park
7 November 2018 Tampa Raymond James Stadium
10 November 2018 Atlanta Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Total 1,576,031 / 1,578,128 (99.8%) $131,410,204

Cancelled shows

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
17 September 2017 St. Louis United States Scottrade Center Safety concerns[27]
22 October 2017 Taipei Taiwan Nangang Exhibition Center Bone fractures in the arms from a bike accident[25]
29 October 2017 Seoul South Korea The 88 Garden
4 November 2017 Hong Kong China AsiaWorld–Expo
5 November 2017
9 November 2017 Jakarta Indonesia Indonesia Convention Exhibition

Notes

  1. ^ The show on 28 March 2017, in London at Royal Albert Hall is part of Teenage Cancer Trust fundraising week.[5]
  2. ^ The show on 22 June 2017, in London at The O2 Arena is part of the venue's 10th anniversary celebrations.[18]
  3. ^ The show on 25 June 2017, in Pilton at Worthy Farm is part of the Glastonbury Festival.
  4. ^ The show on 8 April 2018, in Manila at the Mall of Asia Concert Grounds was originally scheduled for 7 November 2017, but was postponed due to Sheeran's injury from a bike accident.[25]
  5. ^ The show on 11 April 2018, in Osaka at the Osaka-jō Hall was originally scheduled for 25 October 2017, but was postponed due to Sheeran's injury from a bike accident.[25]
  6. ^ a b The shows on 13 and 14 April 2018, in Tokyo at the Nippon Budokan were originally scheduled for 31 October and 1 November 2017, but were postponed due to Sheeran's injury from a bike accident.[25]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Upcoming Dates". edsheeran.com. January 26, 2017. Retrieved January 26, 2017. 
  2. ^ "European Tour Dates Announced!". edsheeran.com. January 26, 2017. Retrieved January 26, 2017. 
  3. ^ "UK + Irish Dates Announced!". edsheeran.com. January 26, 2017. Retrieved January 26, 2017. 
  4. ^ "Latin American Dates Announced!". edsheeran.com. January 26, 2017. Retrieved January 26, 2017. 
  5. ^ a b Jones, Damian (February 13, 2017). "Ed Sheeran announces huge Royal Albert Hall show". NME.com. Retrieved March 13, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Anne-Marie to support Ed Sheeran on UK and Europe tour". The list. February 22, 2017. Retrieved March 13, 2017. 
  7. ^ Kaufman, Gil (March 8, 2017). "Ed Sheeran Announces 48-Date North American Arena Tour". Billboard. Retrieved March 13, 2017. 
  8. ^ "Ed Sheeran 'creates history' as record 300,000 tickets sold - the most ever sold by an artist in Ireland in one day". July 8, 2017. Retrieved July 9, 2017. 
  9. ^ "Extra tickets added for Ed Sheeran's Cork, Dublin dates". November 26, 2017. Retrieved November 27, 2017. 
  10. ^ "Ed Sheeran's Australian and New Zealand Tour Just Cracked 1 Million Tickets Sold". March 1, 2018. Retrieved March 2, 2018. 
  11. ^ a b "ANZ STADIUM'S ED SHEERAN CONCERTS BREAK ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE RECORDS IN SYDNEY". ANZ Stadium. 3 April 2018. Retrieved 4 April 2018. 
  12. ^ "Ed Sheeran Setlist". Pop Cultura. Retrieved November 21, 2017. 
  13. ^ Box score:
  14. ^ Vega Curry, Rafael (June 5, 2017). "Ed Sheeran no defrauda al público boricua". El Nuevo Día. Retrieved August 9, 2017. 
  15. ^ Vega Curry, Rafael (June 5, 2017). "Ed Sheeran no defrauda al público boricua". Indice. Retrieved August 9, 2017. 
  16. ^ Box score:
  17. ^ Europe boxscore:
  18. ^ O'Connor, Roisin (March 13, 2017). "Ed Sheeran at O2 Arena: Buy tickets for 10th anniversary show here". The Independent. Retrieved March 14, 2017. 
  19. ^ North America boxscore:
  20. ^ Team, AL365 (4 May 2017). "Confirmed: Ed Sheeran is bringing Divide Tour to Southeast Asia". asialive365.com. Retrieved 2 June 2017. 
  21. ^ "Ed Sheeran announces tour dates across Asia". philstar.com. 2017-06-08. Retrieved 2017-06-08. 
  22. ^ "Lauv to open for Ed Sheeran on Asia tour". bandwagon.asia. 2017-09-04. Retrieved 2017-09-05. 
  23. ^ "Ed Sheeran Tickets". viagogo.com. Retrieved 2 June 2017. 
  24. ^ Company, The Frontier Touring. "Ed Sheeran 2018 Australia & New Zealand Tickets, Concert Dates, Pre-sale & Tour Information | Frontier Touring Australia & New Zealand". Frontier Touring Australia & New Zealand. Retrieved 2017-05-17. 
  25. ^ a b c d e "Tour Dates Rescheduled in Osaka, Tokyo and Manila; cancelled in Taipei, Hong Kong and Jakarta". edsheeran.com. 25 October 2017. Retrieved 26 October 2017. 
  26. ^ "Ed Sheeran Stadium Dates Announced for 2018". edsheeran.com. Retrieved 28 June 2017. 
  27. ^ Kreps, Daniel (September 16, 2017). "Ed Sheeran Cancels St. Louis Concert Over Safety Concerns". Rolling Stone. Retrieved September 19, 2017. 

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