The organisers of Ed Sheeran's Irish gigs issue warning to fans buying tickets 1 year ago

The organisers of Ed Sheeran's Irish gigs issue warning to fans buying tickets

Tickets are likely to sell out fast...

Yesterday it was revealed that Ed Sheeran would be playing two Dublin gigs as part of his European tour for his new album.

The gigs will take place in the 3Arena in Dublin on two nights, Wednesday April 12 and Thursday April 13.

Aiken Promotions, the organisers of the concerts in Dublin, have now issued a caution to fans not to purchase tickets via secondary sellers or any source other than official channels.

Peter Aiken said today: "Tickets on any secondary sites cannot be confirmed as valid tickets."

They warned of fraudulent websites and ticket sellers who charge over the odds for tickets. This can result in a huge financial loss and further disappointment for fans who arrive at the venue with non-valid tickets and are subsequently refused entry to the show.

Tickets for Ed Sheeran at 3Arena Dublin go on sale on Thursday, February 2 at 10am with a limit of four tickets per person.

But there might be a way you can get your hands on tickets before they go on general sale.

Video via Ed Sheeran