Ed Sheeran’s Final Tour Stop at Gillette Stadium Now Averaging Below $100 on Resale Market

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(UPDATE 9/21/15) Three more shows remain on the third and final North American leg of Ed Sheeran’s “x” Tour, which culminates at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Friday. Those traveling to the home of the New England Patriots are in luck, too, as ticket prices have steadily dropped since the beginning of the month.

The average price for Ed Sheeran tickets at Gillette Stadium is now $99.15, which marks a 39.9% tumble from its September 1st average of $165.05. Get-in price has also taken a hit as well, dropping from $35 three weeks ago to $28 just four days out.

Prior to his last gig in Foxborough, the “Thinking Out Loud” singer will play back-to-back shows at Verizon Center in D.C. on Tuesday and Wednesday. Those two gigs own near-identical averages on the secondary market, withTuesday’s show averaging $106.18 and Wednesday’s gig averaging $105.18. Get-in price on Tuesday and Wednesday starts at $29 and $36, respectively.

Sheeran will make a brief trip to Australia and New Zealand in November and December following his final show in Foxborough this week. By the time it wraps in early-December, the “x” Tour will have played 179 shows over 16 months, dating back to August of 2014.

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Ed Sheeran Wraps Final North American ‘x’ Leg Next Friday in Massachusetts

(UPDATE 9/18/15) The third and final North American leg of Ed Sheeran’s “x” Tour is quickly winding down, but that hasn’t caused ticket prices to lighten up on the secondary market. With five more shows remaining through next Friday, Ed Sheeran tickets on TicketIQ are averaging $126.06. The “Photograph” singer will make his top-priced stop at Air Canada Centre this Sunday and officially wraps his monumental tour at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts.

Ed Sheeran tickets in Toronto now average $232.23, marking an 84% jump over the remaining tour average of $126.06. The cheapest available ticket to the Air Canada Centre gig is $122. It is the only show left on tour that averages above $200 on the secondary market.

Next Tuesday’s show at Verizon Center in D.C. will own the most affordable ticket average at $104.19, though Sheeran’s stop at Gillette Stadium has the cheapest get-in price at $32. Next Friday’s Foxborough show caps a 15-date run that began on September 3 in Houston.

Following the conclusion of the North American leg Sheeran will officially wind down tour with a brief Oceania run between Australia and New Zealand in November and December. Six shows are scheduled across both countries, with the final date set for December 12 at Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland.

 

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Ed Sheeran Launches Final North American Leg of ‘x’ Tour in Houston Thursday Night

(UPDATE 9/2/15) From captivating the world with his infectious hooks, to solidifying himself as one of pop music’s biggest stars, English musician Ed Sheeran will finally wind down his ‘x’ Tour in the U.S. and Canada beginning this week. The singer will embark on his third and final North American leg at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston on Thursday and make 14 stops across the continent through the end of the month.

Over that time, the average price for Ed Sheeran tickets on TicketIQ is currently $178.24. Sheeran will make his most expensive stop on September 20 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. That show now owns a secondary market average of $3237.91 and the get-in price is $132. Additional top-priced shows includeSeptember 12 at Atlanta’s Phillips Arena ($266.01 avg./$101 get-in) andSeptember 8 at Amway Center in Orlando ($264.44 avg./$91 get-in).

Cincinnati’s Riverbend Music Center welcomes the most affordable show onSeptember 17. Ed Sheeran tickets in Cincinnati now average $97.23 and get-in price starts at $29. It will be the only show of the tour leg that owns a ticket average below $100. His second cheapest gig comes on September 5 at Toyota Stadium, where tickets own a secondary market average of $97.23 and get-in price is $29.

Christina Perri will join Sheeran on all upcoming dates in the U.S. and Canada. Following the North American leg, he’ll head out to Australia and New Zealand for a short batch of shows in November and December.

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Atlanta Most Expensive, D.C. Cheapest Cities Remaining on Ed Sheeran’s Summer Tour

(UPDATE 6/29/15) Ed Sheeran’s current North American run continues with two notable stops at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado. The Brit pop singer will remain on the road in the U.S. and Canada through the end of September, and ticket prices won’t be cheap on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, Ed Sheeran tickets over his remaining 21 shows this summer average at $161.49.

His most expensive show comes on September 12 at the Philips Arena in Atlanta. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $601.36, 272% above tour average, and the cheapest available ticket is now $106. He’ll play his second top-priced show at Miami’s American Airlines Arena on September 9, where tickets average at $240.46 and get-in price starts at $77.

The “Thinking Out Loud” singer’s cheapest show will be held on September 22 at Verizon Center in D.C. Tickets to the show currently average at $117.92 and the get-in price is $38. He’ll rock Cincinnati’s Riverbend Music Center five days prior as his second cheapest gig of tour, with tickets averaging at $127.06 and get-in price starting at $38.

Sheeran is touring in promotion of x, his sophomore LP that was released last year. He’ll be on the road until September 25, when he wraps at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

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With 26 Summer Shows Remaining, Ed Sheeran Tickets Averaging at $170 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/22/15) Ed Sheeran is waist-deep into his North American summer tour, which continues in the U.S. and Canada through September. The Brit pop singer will play 26 more shows over the next three months and is still garnering big ticket demand on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Ed Sheeran tickets over his remaining shows is $170.37.

Sheeran will play his most expensive show on September 12 at Philips Arena in Atlanta. With Christina Perri slated to open the show, the average price for Atlanta Ed Sheeran tickets is $537.26 on the secondary market, 215% above tour average. The cheapest available ticket for the show is now $106.

Other top-priced shows include stops on June 26 at Greek Theatre ($352.94/avg.), June 24 at Hollywood Bowl ($292.71/avg.) and June 30 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre ($282.60/avg.). The “Thinking Out Loud” singer’s cheapest gig comes on July 2 at Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana. Tickets for that show currently average at $111.25, 34.7% below tour average, and get-in price is $37.

The North American summer run continues until September 25, when it wraps at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

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Breaking Down The Ed Sheeran Setlist For His X Tour

(UPDATE 6/16/15) Ed Sheeran continues the North American leg of his tour in support x, his most recent studio release, through the end of September. The Brit pop singer is slated to play 30 more shows over the next three months and is garnering a big demand for tickets on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Ed Sheeran tickets is $165.09.

Sheeran will make nine more tour stops that own an average ticket price above $200 on the secondary market. His top-priced gigs will be held at Philips Arena on September 12 ($489.95/avg.), Scotiabank Saddledome June 17 ($356.33), Red Rocks Amphitheatre on June 30 ($285.23) and June 26 at Greek Theatre ($280.06).

A June 16 show at SaskTel Centre serves as the singer’s cheapest remaining tour date. Tickets for the Saskatoon-based gig currently average at $60.77 and the cheapest available ticket is priced for $16. Of the 30 shows remaining through September, none other than his gig in Saskatoon has a ticket price average below $100.

For fans hoping to get out and see Sheeran over the next three months, below is the singer’s average setlist along the x Tour.

Average Setlist on Ed Sheeran’s x Tour:

  1. I'm a Mes
  2. Lego House
  3. Don't / Loyal / No Diggity / Nina
  4. Drunk
  5. Take It Back / Superstition / Ain't No Sunshine
  6. Take It Back / Superstition
  7. Photograph
  8. Bloodstream
  9. Tenerife Sea
  10. Thinking Out Loud
  11. Feeling Good / I See Fire
  12. The A Team
  13. Give Me Love
  14. You Need Me, I Don't Need You / In Da Club / Fancy
  15. Sing

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Ed Sheeran Tickets Own $118 Average on Secondary Market For U.S. and Canadian Shows This Week

(UPDATE 6/8/15) Brit pop star Ed Sheeran continues his stay in North America with five shows this week. The redheaded “Bloodstream” singer will play Wells Fargo Arena, Denny Sanford Premier Center, MTS Centre, Brandt Center and Rexall Place through Sunday. Over those five gigs, the average price for Ed Sheeran tickets is $117.73 on the secondary market.

Sheeran’s top-priced gig this week comes on Sunday when he touches down at Rexall Place in Edmonton. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $160.88 and the cheapest available ticket, or get-in price, starts at $64. Two other shows average above $100 this week; June 12 at MTS Centre ($104.67) and June 10 at Denny Sanford Premier Center ($102.30).

It will be Sheeran’s June 13 stop at Brandt Centre in Saskatoon that generates the cheapest ticket prices this week. Tickets to the show currently average at $86.75 and the get-in price starts at $19. On June 9, he’ll play Wells Fargo Arena in Iowa, where tickets average at $95.93 and get-in price is $72 on the secondary market.

His current North American leg continues the beginning of July, playing 18 more shows over the next month. He wraps on July 3 with a show at Marcus Amphitheater in Milwaukee.

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Miami Most Expensive, Saskatoon Cheapest Cities on Ed Sheeran’s North American Tour

(UPDATE 5/26/15) Pop artist Ed Sheeran recently arrived in the U.S. for the North American leg of his current tour in support of x, his most recent studio release. The singer 45 more shows remaining in the U.S. and Canada through the end of September, ultimately wrapping with a gig at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts on September 25. Over the four-month road stint, the average price for Ed Sheeran tickets is $152.47 on the secondary market.

The “Thinking Out Loud” singer plays his most expensive gig on September 9 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. The average secondary price for tickets to that show is $231.35 and get-in price is $72. Five other dates also see tickets average above $200; June 30 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre ($229.36), June 6 at Air Canada Centre ($228.30), September 10at Amalie Arena ($215.88), June 27 at Arrowhead Stadium ($213.54) and September 12 at Philips Arena ($211.23).

Sheeran’s cheapest gig comes on June 16 at SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon. The average secondary price for that show is currently $71.51 and get-in price starts at just $6. No others shows along his tour route averages below $100. His second cheapest gig will be on June 3 at Canadian Tire Centre, where tickets average at $100.93 and the cheapest is priced for $45.

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Ed Sheeran Tickets on North American Tour Averaging at $159 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/18/15) Brit pop singer Ed Sheeran recently began the North American leg of his tour in support of x, his most recent studio effort. The “Thinking Out Loud” singer has 47 dates remaining through the end of September. Over the four months remaining, the average price for Ed Sheeran tickets is $159.16 on the secondary market.

Sheeran makes his most expensive stop on June 6 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. The Canada-based show currently sees a median price of $311.68, 95.8% above tour average, and get-in price starts at $99. The second most expensive show comes on September 9 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. Also featuring Christina Perri, the show owns a secondary average of $282.76 and get-in price is $65.

His cheapest tour date will be held on June 16 at SasKtel Centre in Saskatoon. Tickets average at $78.74, 50.5% below tour average, and the cheapest ticket available is priced at $15. No other remaining shows on Sheeran’s tour average below $100 on the secondary market, though a May 26 stop at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia averages at $100.01 and get-in price is $51.

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Ed Sheeran Tickets at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley Are Most Expensive of North American Tour

(UPDATE 5/1/15) Next week, Ed Sheeran begins the North American leg of his 2015 World Tour in support of x, his 2014 studio release. The Brit pop singer will play 35 solo gigs in the U.S. and Canada through July, and his stop at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley will be the most expensive show of tour on the secondary market.

According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Ed Sheeran Greek Theatre tickets is $380.05. That marks a price jump of 83% over the North American tour average of $160.56. The cheapest ticket available is currently listed for $174.

The tour officially kicks off on May 6 at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin. Sheeran will tour the continent through July 2, when he wraps at the Klipsch Music Center in Indiana.

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Ed Sheeran Tickets See $161 Average on Secondary Market For Upcoming North American Tour

(UPDATE 4/27/15) Ed Sheeran is just a week removed from beginning the North American leg of his World Tour at the Frank Erwin Center in Texas. The Brit-pop singer kicks off his U.S. and Canada run on May 6 and will travel across the continent through September 25, when he wraps at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts. For fans hoping to get their hands on tickets via the secondary market, however, prices won’t be cheap.

According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Ed Sheeran tickets is $161.46. The “Thinking Out Loud” singer will play his most expensive show on May 23 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut. That show currently averages at $317.80, 96.8% above tour average, and the get-in price starts at $115. 12 other shows along his four-month road stint average above $200 on the secondary market as well, including stops at the Air Canada Centre, Hollywood Bowl, Red Rock Amphitheatre, Amalie Arena and Amway Center.

On the other side of the financial spectrum, Sheeran will play his cheapest show on June 16 at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon. The average secondary price for the Canadian show is currently $101.82, 67.9% below tour average, and owns a $29 low price.

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Ed Sheeran Adds Second North American Leg to World Tour

(4-1-2015) Ed Sheeran is already bound for the U.S. and Canada later this spring, but the red-headed crooner has announced an additional North American scheduled in the fall.

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The newly added dates will take the “Thinking Out Loud” singer across the continent in September, playing 14 dates over the month-long excursion. The leg begins at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston on September 3rd and wraps at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on September 23rd.

Sheeran will mostly play arenas, including notable stops at the Amway Center in Orlando, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, Atlanta’s Philips Arena and the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. Along with BBVA, Sheeran is slated to play Toyota Stadium in Dallas.

His initial North American leg kicks off on May 3rd at the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis. It concludes at Milwaukee’s Summerfest on July 3rd.

All dates will see tickets go on sale on Friday, April 10th via EdSheeran.com. Select dates will have a presale beginning on Monday, April 6th. Secondary market tickets are already available.

The upcoming tour is in promotion of x, which was released last June and has since sold more than 5.8 million copies worldwide.

View the complete fall tour itinerary below.

Ed Sheeran Fall 2015 North American Tour Dates

Sept. 3 – Houston, Texas @ BBVA Compass Stadium
Sept. 5 – Dallas, Texas @ Toyota Stadium
Sept. 8 – Orlando, Fla. @ Amway Center
Sept. 9 – Miami, Fla. @ American Airlines Arena
Sept. 10 – Tampa, Fla. @ Amalie Arena
Sept. 12 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Philips Arena
Sept. 13 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 15 – St. Paul, Minn. @ Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 16 – Chicago, Ill. @ First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
Sept. 17 – Cincinnati, Ohio @ Riverbend Music Center
Sept. 18 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Blossom Music Center
Sept. 20 – Toronto, Ontario @ Air Canada Center
Sept. 22-23 – Washington, D.C. @ Verizon Center

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