Ed Sheeran lets slip to fans that he will tour Australia in 2023


Ed Sheeran lets slip to fans that he will tour Australia in 2023 – and says he has ‘really special’ shows planned


Ed Sheeran’s last tour of Australia was back in 2018.

And with the world slowly getting back to normal following the height of the Covid pandemic, the 30-year-old revealed return Down Under to tour. 

As reported by Tone Deaf on Friday, during an appearance on Nova’s Red Room, he confirmed to fans: ‘We’re going to tour Australia in 2023, all the dates are booked’.

Exciting news: Ed Sheeran (pictured) told fans that 'all the dates are booked' for his Australian tour in 2023, during a recent appearance on Nova's Red Room

Exciting news: Ed Sheeran (pictured) told fans that ‘all the dates are booked’ for his Australian tour in 2023, during a recent appearance on Nova’s Red Room

The British singer-songwriter added: ‘I will announce it in the New Year, I reckon’.

Ed also hinted that his Victorian shows will take place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

He told fans he would perform at, ‘a really special venue that I’ve never played at in Melbourne.’ 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Ed’s management for comment. 

The British singer-songwriter added: 'I will announce it in the New Year, I reckon'

The British singer-songwriter added: ‘I will announce it in the New Year, I reckon’

Whoops: This comes after Ed made a similar pre-mature announcement for his tour during an appearance on the Today show in June. He said he was organising a gig at that venue with Matt Gudinski, the head of Frontier Touring and son of late music promoter Michael Gudinski

Whoops: This comes after Ed made a similar pre-mature announcement for his tour during an appearance on the Today show in June. He said he was organising a gig at that venue with Matt Gudinski, the head of Frontier Touring and son of late music promoter Michael Gudinski

This comes after Ed made a similar pre-mature announcement for his tour during an appearance on the Today show back in June.

At the time, he said he was organising a gig at that venue with Matt Gudinski, the head of Frontier Touring and son of late music promoter Michael Gudinski.

‘Matt will kill me for announcing this but it begins with an M and ends in a G,’ he added, clearly alluding to the Melbourne Cricket Ground, also known as the MCG.

Emotional: Ed was last Australia back in March to attend and perform at Michael's state memorial in Melbourne. Pictured is Ed with Michael back in 2018

Emotional: Ed was last Australia back in March to attend and perform at Michael’s state memorial in Melbourne. Pictured is Ed with Michael back in 2018

‘Me and Matt are booking a venue that hopefully Michael always wanted me to do. I know Michael would be so buzzed,’ Ed said of the late tour promoter.

Ed was last Australia back in March to attend and perform at Michael’s state memorial in Melbourne.

He broke down as he performed Visiting Hours, a song he wrote about his daughter Lyra at the memorial.

Heartfelt tribute: He broke down as he performed Visiting Hours, a song he wrote about his daughter Lyra at the memorial

Heartfelt tribute: He broke down as he performed Visiting Hours, a song he wrote about his daughter Lyra at the memorial 

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