An additional 3,000 tickets per night will be released across his four Melbourne shows, including new tickets in both the General Admission Front and General Admission Rear sections.The tickets will be on sale from Monday 17 July at 11am AEST t
The English crooner beat the Australasian record in June for the largest number of stadium shows on a single tour.
He'll be playing 18 stadium shows across Australia and New Zealand.
'It’s the most incredible response, it’s going to be the biggest tour of all time in Australia and New Zealand attendance wise. Ed has worked this market so well from the start,' says promoter Michael Gudinski.
'There’s no precedent for this type of thing. Ed is an absolute phenomenon. Very few artists, after three albums, have such a wide appeal. If you’re looking at who are going to be the next career artists, certainly Ed Sheeran and Adele have led the way.'
This article originally appeared on WHO.