LONDON (CelebrityAccess) — As everyone’s favorite British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran winds up for his upcoming tour of North America, he’s announced his support acts for the run.
Sheeran will hit the road for the stadium tour in late summer, starting on August 18th when he performs at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, and he will conclude the tour with a performance at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Nov. 10th.
The tour will feature the Irish rock quintet Snow Patrol on all dates. Snow Patrol is currently promoting their seventh studio album “Wildness” which came out today and which is their first new material since 2011’s “Fallen Empires.”
Also joining Sheeran for the August and September dates of the tour will be British singer-songwriter Anne-Marie, who is currently touting her debut album “Speak Your Mind” which dropped in April. American singer-songwriter Lauv will replace Anne-Marie for the October and November dates on the run. Lauv, who released his debut EP “Lost In the Light” in 2015, is best known for his hit singles “I Like Me Better”, and “The Other.”