Ed Sheeran Announces Another Support Act For His Irish Gigs
Ed Sheeran has added another support act to his upcoming Irish gigs.
Sheeran has sold out 9 gigs across Cork, Belfast, Galway and Dublin with the concerts kicking off in Pairc Ui Choimh on Friday May 4th.
Today it was announced that Beoga would be joining Ed on the road around Ireland. The traditional band feature on two of Ed's track from his ÷ album, Galway Girl and Nancy Mulligan.
Singer Anne-Marie was the first act to be announced as support to the Shape Of You star. When announcing the news, Anne Marie said she couldn't wait to go on tour with her "favourite human".
Jamie Lawson who is signed to Ed's Gingerbread Man Record label was then added to the bill. Ed, Lawson and Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid co-wrote Jamie's new track Can't See Straight off his latest album Happy Accidents.
Tickets for all dates are now sold out.
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