Who would have thought Ed Sheeran would be back so soon? This time, the British singer & songwriter will fill baseball stadiums in Tokyo and Osaka. Let’s hope for no bicycle accidents this time.
Tickets are on sale already, so better check your schedule soon!
Important: tickets will be personalized, so you have to purchase tickets through any of the official channels (see here).
Resale tickets for shows in other countries can be bought on sites like Viagogo (but there might be strict ID/name checks in other places too, so it’s recommended to purchase from official channels).
April 9th (Tue) – Tokyo Dome, Tokyo
Doors: 16:30 / Start: 18:30 (subject to change)
April 23rd (Tue) – Kyocera Dome, Osaka
Doors: 17:00 / Start: 19:00 (subject to change)
S Seats: JPY 14,800
A Seats: JPY 12,800
B Seats: JPY 9,800
So what seats do we recommend?
In Japan, seat numbers or sections can usually not be selected, so it’s much based on how early/lucky you are. Most seats in the venue will be S seats, while A and B seats are in places where the view of the stage is bad (last rows of the upper stands). So if you want to at least have a slim chance of seeing Ed not only on screen, you should go for the most expensive category!
By the way, all tickets will have a seat number, so there won’t be an unnumbered mosh pit/standing section.
Note: Children under 3 years are not allowed entry.
How to Buy Tickets
To purchase from the official channels from abroad, visit the official site: https://edsheeran.jp/ (English). The first preorder lottery started on Dec 7th.
Disclaimer: *** Information as of Dec 7th, 2018 but subject to change without notice / accuracy of this information is not guaranteed / make sure to double-check if you are planning to attend these shows ***
Image credit: Walt Disney Television Group under CC