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Ed Sheeran breaks U2's tour record

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Ed Sheeran has thanked his fans after breaking a tour record set by U2.

The singer-songwriter's Divide tour will be officially the biggest, most attended and highest grossing of all time when he plays in Germany later.

He wrote on Instagram: "Thanks so much for each and every one of you who have come to a show. 12 shows left, will never forget it x."

The tour began in March 2017 and will culminate at Chantry Park in Sheeran's local town Ipswich later this month.

By the time the finale comes around he will have spent 893 days on the road, compared to the 760 days U2 toured.

According to trade publication Pollstar, the Divide tour's final show tally is 255 compared with U2's 100 dates on their 360 Tour.

Sheeran also surpassed Bono and co's tour attendance record of 7.3 million with a gig in France in May.

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2019.08.02 / 23:36
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