Ed Sheeran, one of the biggest pop stars in the world, is embarking on something of a UK tour over the next couple of weeks.

He takes to the stage tonight and tomorrow night (16 and 17 August) in Leeds’ Roundhay Park, supported by Lewis Capaldi and The Darkness.

Then, Sheeran heads to his home county of Suffolk for four nights in Ipswich; Chantry Park is the venue for a quartet of massive concerts.

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But what might Sheeran play? With four albums under his belt (including the recently released No.6 Collaborations Project), the 28-year old certainly has an extensive back catalogue to choose from.

According to setlist.fm, which compiles artists’ setlists from across their tours, Ed Sheeran’s “average” choice of songs in 2019 looks like this:

‘Castle on the Hill’
‘Eraser’
‘The A Team’
‘Don’t’ / ‘New Man’
‘Dive’
‘Bloodstream’
‘I Don’t Care’
‘Tenerife Sea’
‘Galway Girl’
‘Poor Wayfaring Stranger’ / ‘I See Fire’
‘Thinking Out Loud’
‘Photograph’
‘One’
‘Perfect’
‘Nancy Mulligan’
‘Sing’

Encore:
‘Shape of You’
‘You Need Me, I Don’t Need You’

It looks like fans will get a chance to hear all of the big hits.

And despite being a couple of years old, it’s Sheeran’s 2017 album ÷ that seems to be getting the most attention in the singer-songwriter’s sets.

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