Ed Sheeran is coming to Singapore and we are Thinking Out Loud if we can score tickets

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Ed Sheeran, the multi-platinum-selling, chart-topping artist, is set to ignite the Lion City with his sensational music once again. After a four-year hiatus from Singapore’s shores, the British singer-songwriter will be making his triumphant return to the National Stadium on Feb. 16, 2024, as part of his “+ – = ÷ x” tour.

Sheeran, renowned for his melodic ballads and captivating live performances, is bringing his musical magic to fans across Asia, making stops in cities such as Osaka, Tokyo, Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, and Kuala Lumpur. For Singaporeans, this is an eagerly awaited event, as Ed Sheeran’s last performance in the Lion City was in 2019 at the National Stadium.

The news of Ed Sheeran’s tour in Asia has left fans exhilarated. And not just the fans – regional partner UOB has also expressed their excitement to be part of this musical extravaganza. UOB is partnering with the tour for shows in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, ensuring that fans across these regions get to experience the magic of Ed Sheeran live.

Fans in Singapore can start marking their calendars as tickets for the Singapore leg of the tour are set to go on sale from Oct. 27, 2023. Prices for the tickets are quite reasonable, starting at just S$88, making the concert accessible to a broad range of music enthusiasts.

For those keen to secure their spot at this electrifying event, here are the key dates to remember:

Oct. 27, 10am: UOB cardmembers will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase tickets during the presale.

Oct. 30, 10am: KrisFlyer members can reserve their tickets before the general sale begins.

Oct. 31, 11am: General ticket sales open to the public.

Tickets will be available via Ticketmaster channels, including their website, all SingPost outlets, and the hotline at +65 3158 8588.

We wish you luck amid an expected rush for tickets.


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