Ed Sheeran will be performing at the Principality Stadium

He’ll be seshing it up down The Woody after probs

After fears that he may not be performing in our beloved city of Cardiff, it has been announced that Ed Sheeran will indeed be making a stop to perform in our beautiful Welsh capital.

The 2018 European and UK tour is set to have 25 dates, 13 of which will be in the UK & Ireland, and one of which will be in the Principality Stadium.

He’s set to grace Cardiff with his presence on the 22nd of June, so perfect for us to pre-book as an end of year celebration.

The red-headed singer/songwriter is bound to hit the stage and perform some of his biggest hits such as “Don’t”, “Galway Girl” and “A-Team” and afterwards it wouldn’t be all that surprising to find him sinking bevs at Live Lounge and getting up on the stage to sing an acoustic cover of “All Star” by Smash Mouth.

Anyways, whether that happens or not, tickets are bound to sell out quick. They go for sale at 10am (UK time) on the 8th of July, so set a reminder in the calendar.