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Singer Ed Sheeran will be hitting the road and touring 48 cities in North America this summer, he announced via Instagram Wednesday. Last week, the Grammy award-winning pop crooner released his third studio album DivideHere is how to see Sheeran and his guitar will play popular cuts off the album, such as "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill," live in the coming weeks. There is no word yet on who will be opening for Sheeran during the tour. 

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How to buy tickets 

Presale for the Ed Sheeran world tour begins Monday, March 13 at 10 a.m. in each city's respective time zone, according to Sheeran's blog. Fans have until Friday, March 10 at 10 a.m. Eastern to sign up for presale registration in order to get access to the early bird tickets. General sale begins on Friday, March 17 at 10 a.m. More information on how to buy tickets for specific cities can be found at

Cities and dates

Ed Sheeran performing on the "Today" show WednesdaySource: Charles Sykes/AP
Ed Sheeran performing on the "Today" show Wednesday  Charles Sykes/AP

Ed Sheeran will be kicking off his tour in Kansas City, Missouri, on June 29 and will wrap up his performances on Oct. 6 in Nashville, Tennessee. Below is a full list of tour dates, as shared via Sheeran's blog

June 29: Kansas City, Missouri – Sprint Center
June 30: Des Moines, Iowa – Wells Fargo Arena
July 1:  St. Paul, Minnesota – Xcel Energy Center
July 7: Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
July 9:  Buffalo, New York – Keybank Center
July 11: Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center
July 14: Uncasville, Connecticut – Mohegan Sun Arena
July 15: Uncasville, Connecticut – Mohegan Sun Arena
July 18: Quebec City, Quebec – Videotron Centre
July 19: Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
July 22: Winnipeg, Manitoba – MTS Centre
July 23: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – SaskTel Centre
July 25: Edmonton, Alberta  – Rogers Place
July 28: Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena
July 29: Tacoma, Washington – Tacoma Dome
July 30: Portland, Oregon – Mode Center
Aug. 1: Sacramento, California – Golden 1 Center 
Aug. 2: Oakland, California – Oracle Arena
Aug. 4: Las Vegas, Nevada  – T-Mobile Arena 
Aug. 5: Glendale, Arizona – Gila River Arena 
Aug. 6: San Diego, California  – Valley View Casino Center
Aug. 10: Los Angeles, California  – Staples Center
Aug. 15: Denver, Colorado – Pepsi Center 
Aug. 17: Tulsa, Oklahoma – BOK Center 
Aug. 18: Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center 
Aug. 19: Houston, Texas – Toyota Center 
Aug. 22: San Antonio, Texas – AT&T Center 
Aug. 25: Duluth, Georgia  – Infinite Energy Center 
Aug. 29: Tampa, Florida – Amalie Center
Aug. 30: Miami, Florida – American Airlines Arena 
Aug. 31: Orlando, Florida – Amway Center 
Sept. 2: Raleigh, North Carolina  – PNC Arena 
Sept. 3: Charlotte, North Carolina  – Spectrum Center 
Sept. 5: Charleston, South Carolina  – North Charleston Center 
Sept. 7: Louisville, Kentucky – KFC YUM! Center
Sept. 8: Indianapolis, Indiana  – Bankers Life Fieldhouse 
Sept. 9: Cleveland, Ohio :Quicken Loans Arena 
Sept. 12: Omaha, Nebraska – CenturyLink Center 
Sept. 15: Chicago, Illinois – Allstate Arena 
Sept. 17: St. Louis, Missouri  – Scottrade Center 
Sept. 19: Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center 
Sept. 22: Boston, Massachusetts  – TD Garden 
Sept. 26: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  – PPG Paints Arena 
Sept. 27: Detroit, Michigan – Little Caesars Arena 
Sept. 29: Brooklyn, New York – Barclays Center 
Sept. 30: Brooklyn, New York – Barclays Center 
Oct. 3: Columbus, Ohio – Nationwide Arena 
Oct. 6: Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena 

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