Ed Sheeran tickets: Shape of You singer announces ONE OFF London show to celebrate 10 year anniversary of debut album

ED Sheeran has announced a very special show to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of his debut album "+".

The Shape of You singer will perform the album in its entirety, and here's how you can get tickets.

The intimate show will take place in London's 02 Shephard's Bush Empire next month, and tickets will be like gold dust.

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The superstar will perform "+" to celebrate 10 years since it's release on September 9 2011, and fans will have to enter a ballot to try and get tickets.

Tickets will be available via a ballot, which fans can access here.

The gig will take place on September 2, at London's O2 Shephard's Bush Empire.

With a capacity of just 2000, this is a rare chance to see Ed in a smaller, more intimate venue.

If you're lucky enough to get through the ballot you'll then be given the chance to buy tickets.

There's no update yet on how much tickets will cost, but we'll update this page when we hear more.

Speaking to NME, Sheeran said “While I’ve been lucky enough to continue playing shows across the world, Shepherd’s Bush Empire is still really special to me,”

“When I first set out in music, one of my main goals was to one day headline SBE and my first gig there is still one of my favourite shows that I’ve played. I can’t wait to get back and celebrate 10 years of ‘+’ with you.”

A record breaking album, "+" set Sheeran on his path to world domination, selling 13 million copies and winning Ed his first-ever BRIT Awards for ‘Best British Male Solo Artist’ and ‘British Breakthrough Act’.

You can enter the ballot to win tickets to Ed Sheeran's one off Shepard Empire show here.

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