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How to Get Tickets to Ed Sheeran’s 2021 10th Anniversary Gig

Ed Sheeran to Play Small, One-Off Gig in London to Celebrate 10 Years of Debut Album

PILTON, ENGLAND - JUNE 25:  Ed Sheeran headlines on the Pyramid Stage during day 4 of the Glastonbury Festival 2017 at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 25, 2017 in Glastonbury, England.  (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

Take this as your sign to immediately enter the ballot to get your hands on tickets to see Ed Sheeran. The singer-songwriter has announced a special show to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his debut album '+'. The show on Thursday 2 Sept. 2021 is set to be an intimate one, playing at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire, which has a 2,000-person capacity.

Tickets can be bought for £40 (plus fees) by ballot only, which you can sign up for now using this link. But be quick: registration for the ballot closes on Sunday 15 Aug. Those successful in the ballot (which is selected at random) will be able to buy tickets from 10 a.m. BST Wednesday 18 Aug.

"While I've been lucky enough to continue playing shows across the world, Shepherd's Bush Empire is still really special to me," Sheeran told NME. "When I first set out in music, one of my main goals was to one day headline SBE and my first gig there is still one of my favourite shows that I've played. I can't wait to get back and celebrate 10 years of '+' with you," he added.

Sign up for the chance to get your hands on tickets now . . . NOW!

Image Source: Getty / Ian Gavan
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