Ed Sheeran has announced a fourth O2 Arena show which is part of the venue's 10th birthday celebrations.
Fans who missed out on tickets will now get another chance to see the singer-songwriter live with this extra gig taking place on June 22.
This newly announced show will take place in between his huge world tour which sees him play three sold out shows at the O2 Arena on May 1 to May 3.
However you'll have to be quick because tickets go on sale today (March 13).
Ed is currently enjoying a recording breaking number one album which sold 672,000 copies in its first week.
Plus the entire album charted in the top 40 singles chart with nine of the top 10 being Ed Sheeran tracks.
The record ÷ (divide) his third studio album in total also topped the charts in Australia, US, Ireland and more.
The singer will play his first London show on March 28 at the Royal Albert Hall in support of Teenage Cancer Trust alongside Busted .
Meanwhile, Alt-J and Jamiroquai both previously announced headline gigs for the O2's 10th birthday on June 16 and 24.
When do tickets go on sale?
They go on sale today (Monday March 13) at 5pm.
Where can I get tickets?
You can get them from Ticketmaster here .
How much are tickets?
They're priced between £51.25 to £84.25, plus booking fees.
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