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Ed Sheeran Irish Tour 2018: FAQ’s

Check out some important FAQ's for Ed Sheeran's Irish Tour 2017.

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Ed Sheeran dates in Ireland, May 2018


Cork – Pairc UÍ Chaoimh

Sunday 6 May

Dublin – Phoenix Park

Saturday 19 May

Tickets go on sale on Saturday 15 July at 9am. Tickets available here.


Cork – Pairc UÍ Chaoimh

4 & 5 May

Belfast –  Boucher Playing Fields

9 May

Galway – Pearse Stadium

12 & 13 May

Dublin – Phoenix Park

16 & 18 May

Ed Sheeran – May 2018 – FAQs


Q: Where can I buy tickets for Ed Sheeran’s Irish tour?

A: Tickets for extra dates can be purchased from Saturday, 15th of July at 9am through or from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. Please see list of outlets below.


Q: Can you only buy tickets with a credit/debit card?

A: Tickets may be purchased without a credit/debit card by going to your local Ticketmaster outlet. Find outlets here.


Q: How many tickets can I buy?

A: There is a limit of 4 per order/transaction

**please note: People are asked to purchase tickets for their own use and attendance to this event. **


Q: What are the age restrictions?

A: Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult of 18+. We advise parents with small children to purchase seated tickets where possible.


Q: What if we wish to attend as a group/family larger than 4 people?

A: A separate transaction will need to be made with another credit card.


Q: What do I do if my parent buys me a ticket on their card and they do not wish to attend the show?

A: Please purchase tickets in the cardholder’s name and on the day of the show please provide the attending party with the credit card, or a photocopy/photo of the card used at the time of booking. You will also need to bring along a valid ID to reflect family name.


Q: How can I purchase wheelchair/accessible seating tickets?

A: Wheelchair/accessible seating tickets will be available for all 4 venues, to purchase tickets for these areas please contact Ticketmaster.


Q: Will there be seating at all venues?

A: There will be seating available for Pearse Stadium, Galway, Phoenix Park, Dublin and Pairc Uí Chaoimh, Cork. There will be no seating available for Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast.


Q: What are the entry requirements?

A: For tickets purchased online: To gain access to the concert you are required to bring your tickets along with the purchasing credit card or a photo/photocopy of the credit card and a valid form of ID to reflect family name.

For tickets purchased in outlets: Whether you have paid by cash or credit card your name will be printed on your tickets and you will be required to bring valid ID, or a photocopy, to gain access to the show.



Useful Tips Prior to Tickets Going Onsale:

  • Only tickets purchased from Ticketmaster, the official ticket vendor, are valid.
  • Your ticket will immediately become invalid if resold or offered for resale.
  • Tickets are strictly non-transferable.
  • Don’t trust search engines as the often lead you towards secondary ticketing websites.
  • Get organised in advance of purchasing online by registering and creating an account with
  • Please don’t panic. As with most high demand shows you may be placed in a queue, please refrain from refreshing the page and remain patient.


** We caution fans to beware of fraudulent and invalid tickets and websites. Fans are strongly advised NOT to purchase tickets via ANY secondary sellers or ANY unofficial source. **