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Ed Sheeran | Irish Tour 2018

Phoenix Park, Wednesday 16th May - Saturday 19th May 2018

The countdown is on!
Ed Sheeran's record breaking Irish tour lands in Dublin's Phoenix Park on Wednesday 16, Friday 18 & Saturday 19 May.

Stage Times: 

    • 5:45pm – Beoga
    • 6:30pm – Jamie Lawson
    • 7:30pm – Anne Marie
    • 8:45pm – Ed Sheeran

Date:
Wednesday 16th May - Saturday 19th May 2018
Time:
5.00pm
Price:
€76.35
Address:
Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland

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