Ed Sheeran fans will be setting their alarms this Saturday (July 8) to secure their tickets for his 2018 stadium tour.
The chart-topping artist is performing at Wembley Stadium on June 15-16 next year.
It follows his recent gigs at the O2 Arena which sold out in minutes to the disappointment of many fans .
Although stadiums have a higher capacity the demand is expected to be huge following his Glastonbury Festival headline slot.
The artist is also no stranger to Wembley as he previously played three sold-out nights in 2015, becoming the first solo artist to do so.
He played to an incredible 229,000 during his three record breaking gigs.
Find out below what time you'll need to set your alarm so you don't miss out on Ed Sheeran tickets.
When do tickets go on sale?
Saturday July 8 at 10am.
Where can I buy them?
How much are they?
Standing tickets are priced at £88 and seated tickets are priced between £55-£88.
How many can I buy?
There is a limit of four tickets per order.
What if they sell out?
If tickets sell out then the only place to buy secondary tickets is Twickets.co.uk , which allows fans to buy them at face value or less.
All of the stadium dates require gig goers to bring their tickets, booking confirmation and credit card, plus a valid form of ID or they will not be granted entry to the show.
This means touts and eBay sellers will not be able to list tickets at hiked prices and make a profit.
Twickets is the only site customers are able to change the lead booker's information.
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