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Date Venue Status
Fri 02 Mar, 2018 Optus Stadium, Perth - All Ages
Sat 03 Mar, 2018 Optus Stadium, Perth - All Ages
Wed 07 Mar, 2018 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide - All Ages
Fri 09 Mar, 2018 Etihad Stadium, Melbourne - All Ages
Sat 10 Mar, 2018 Etihad Stadium, Melbourne - All Ages
Sun 11 Mar, 2018 Etihad Stadium, Melbourne - All Ages
Mon 12 Mar, 2018 Etihad Stadium, Melbourne - All Ages
Thu 15 Mar, 2018 ANZ Stadium, Sydney - All Ages
Fri 16 Mar, 2018 ANZ Stadium, Sydney - All Ages
Sat 17 Mar, 2018 ANZ Stadium, Sydney - All Ages
Tue 20 Mar, 2018 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane - All Ages
Wed 21 Mar, 2018 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane - All Ages
Sat 24 Mar, 2018 Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland - All Ages
Sun 25 Mar, 2018 Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland - All Ages
Mon 26 Mar, 2018 Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland - All Ages
Thu 29 Mar, 2018 Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin - All Ages
Sat 31 Mar, 2018 Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin - All Ages
Sun 01 Apr, 2018 Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin - All Ages

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Missy Higgins

Missy Higgins

AUSTRALIAN SHOWS ONLY

One of the most successful and acclaimed female singer/songwriters in Australian music history, Missy Higgins has sold over a million albums in this country, enjoyed multiple #1 hits and won 9 ARIA Awards.

Missy first came to prominence in 2004 with acclaimed debut album The Sound Of White, featuring much-loved tracks like ‘Scar’, ‘The Special Two’ and ‘Ten Days’, with albums On A Clear Night, The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle and OZ following. Today, Missy announced the latest addition to her already impressive catalogue with brand new single ‘Futon Couch’ - the first taste of Missy’s first album of original songs in six years, Solastalgia.  Those in attendance at one of Ed’s shows may be among the first in the world to hear some of these new tracks performed live!


Drax Project

Drax Project

AUCKLAND SHOWS ONLY

From humble beginnings as jazz school students busking in a late-night drums and sax duo, Wellington four-piece Drax Project's steady rise has recently seen them closing the main stage at Sound Splash, playing a key role in making 2017's Homegrown Music Festival the most successful ever, and most recently supporting Lorde at her packed-out Auckland show last November.

 

 

After releasing their well-received debut EP in April 2016, Drax Project revealed singles 'Falling Out of Sight' and 'So Lost' to round out the year. A jam-packed year of touring followed in 2018 with a live record, collaborations and a new record of originals all in the pipeline for the coming year.


Six60

Six60

DUNEDIN SHOWS ONLY

The founding members of the five-piece, Six60 first met at Dunedin’s University of Otago with their fanbase quickly spreading in universities throughout New Zealand.

 

The hype around the band quickly spread; their self-titled debut album topped the New Zealand album chart upon its release in 2011 and has since been certified 4x Platinum. Similarly, singles ‘Rise Up 2.0’ and ‘Don’t Forget Your Roots’ reached #1 and #2 respectively on the New Zealand singles chart and have been certified double and triple Platinum.  As well as success on the charts, the group have picked up an impressive six New Zealand Music Awards including wins for Best Group and Single of the Year.

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PERTH:
4.00pm | Doors Open
6:30pm | Fergus James
7:30pm | Missy Higgins
8.45pm | Ed Sheeran


ADELAIDE:
4.00pm | Doors Open
6:30pm | Fergus James
7:30pm | Missy Higgins
8.45pm | Ed Sheeran


MELBOURNE:
4.00pm | Doors Open
6:30pm | Bliss n Eso
7:30pm | Missy Higgins
8.45pm | Ed Sheeran


SYDNEY:
4.30pm | Doors Open
6:30pm | Ryan McMullan
7:30pm | Missy Higgins
8.45pm | Ed Sheeran


BRISBANE:
4.00pm | Doors Open
6:30pm | Fergus James
7:30pm | Missy Higgins
8.45pm | Ed Sheeran


AUCKLAND:
4.00pm | Doors Open
6:30pm | LOST BiRD
7:30pm | Drax Project
8.45pm | Ed Sheeran


DUNEDIN:
4.00pm | Doors Open
6:30pm | Mitch James
7:30pm | Six60
8.45pm | Ed Sheeran


* Please note stage times are a guide only and subject to change without notice

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Optus Stadium, Perth
Fri 2 Mar & Sat 3 Mar
with special guests Missy Higgins and Fergus James


Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Wed 7 Mar
with special guests Missy Higgins and Fergus James


Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Fri 9 Mar, Sat 10 Mar, Sun 11 Mar & Mon 12 Mar
with special guests
Missy Higgins and Bliss n Eso


ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Thu 15 Mar, Fri 16 Mar & Sat 17 Mar
with special guests
Missy Higgins and Ryan McMullan


Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Tue 20 Mar & Wed 21 Mar
with special guests
Missy Higgins and Fergus James


Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland
Sat 24 Mar, Sun 25 Mar & Mon 26 Mar
with special guests Drax Project and Lost BiRD


Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
Thu 29 Mar, Sat 31 Mar & Sun 1 Apr
with special guests Six60 and Mitch James

Returning to Australian and New Zealand stadiums for ÷ World Tour in March

with special guests MISSY HIGGINS (all AU shows),
DRAX PROJECT (all Auckland shows),
and SIX60 (all Dunedin shows)
plus newly announced openers!

Visit the SPECIAL GUESTS section of this page for all the details.


Two Grammy Awards, six billion YouTube views, 70 million online followers, hundreds of thousands of tickets sold across four Australian and New Zealand tours, and a firm foothold on the top of our album and single charts: Ed Sheeran needs no introduction.

Frontier Touring are delighted to welcome one of the biggest names in music back to his adopted home for seven stadium shows across Australia and New Zealand next March as part of his ÷ World Tour.

The tour has already weaved its way through Europe and the United Kingdom, with extensive dates in Latin and North America scheduled before Sheeran returns to our shores:

‘There’s seemingly no stopping this musical phenomenon’ – ★★★★ The Standard

‘A triumphant evening, showcasing a consummate performer in his pop prime.’ - ★★★★ The Telegraph

‘The current king of the charts could do no wrong on Saturday night as he left the Manchester crowd with no voices, but on a definite high’ – ★★★★ Manchester Evening News

The x World Tour (2015) saw Sheeran breaking attendance records across Australia and New Zealand and garnering critical acclaim along the way. On the ÷ World Tour, Sheeran will play even bigger stadiums in Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne, return to Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland, and wrap up the tour with his first ever Dunedin show.

Touring in celebration of his record-breaking and chart-topping third studio album ÷ (pronounced ‘divide’, out now through Warner Music), Sheeran will perform completely unaccompanied, joined on stage by just a guitar and effect pedals. The pull of this one-man band is an incredible experience to witness; layers of harmonies, rhythms and guitar parts cast out to a crowd of thousands who sing every lyric straight back to Sheeran.

‘Sheeran’s epic stage performances mirror his music and his life. He is a man alone, in control and vivified by the connections his songs make with his people.’ - GQ

Our first taste of ÷ came in the form of the singles ‘Shape Of You’ and ‘Castle On The Hill’ that broke Spotify’s one-day streaming record with a combined 13 million streams in just 24 hours, and debuted at #1 and #2 on the ARIA Singles Chart – the first time this has been achieved in the history of the Australian charts.

The album ÷ and its singles have broken global streaming records and chart records in Australia: all sixteen tracks from the deluxe version of ÷ have charted in the ARIA Top 40, ÷ sits atop the ARIA Albums Chart for its seventh week while ‘Shape Of You’ recently notched up a record-breaking fourteenth week at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart.

There’s no denying the strong and long-running connection between Sheeran and Australia and New Zealand; his debut shows in 2012 sold out in just minutes, sophomore album x was Australia’s biggest-selling album in 2014 and in the following year Sheeran became the first artist to embark on national arena and stadium tours completely solo.

From theatres to stadiums, Sheeran has sold out every single show on his four tours of our shores and the ÷ World Tour is sure to follow suit. 


Tour Dates

Friday 2 March – Perth Stadium, Perth
Saturday 3 March – Perth Stadium, Perth
Wednesday 7 March – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Friday 9 March – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Saturday 10 March – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Sunday 11 March – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Monday 12 March – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Thursday 15 March – ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Friday 16 March – ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Saturday 17 March – ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Tuesday 20 March – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Wednesday 21 March – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Saturday 24 March – Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland
Sunday 25 March – Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland 
Monday 26 March – Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland
Thursday 29 March – Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
Saturday 31 March – Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
Sunday 1 April – Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin 

All shows: All Ages

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