There's plenty to be excited about if you're a fan of Ed Sheeran.
As we have probably heard by now, he has revealed details of his upcoming European Tour, with seven dates in Ireland.
However, not long after his announcement of a European Stadium Tour, Ed took to Twitter to reveal that he's not quite settling for those dates.
That's not the end of the stadium tour, watch this space x— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) June 28, 2017
Could there be more dates in the pipeline for Ireland? If so, where could he play?
Innovate Wexford Park could be a go-er, as it's in the hometown of his grandmother and the south-east of the country hasn't got a date of Ed's at all to look forward to.
@edsheeran you playing your grans home town of Wexford?— GS Music (@GSMusic7) June 28, 2017
If we're looking to the south-east of the country, then Nowlan Park in Kilkenny is one that sticks out as it has hosted concerts before, including the legendary Rod Stewart and it was only in 2013 when Bruce Springsteen rocked on in the Marble City.
ed you forgot Nolan park Kilkenny!! It was good enough for @springsteen 😉— Aedeen McG (@aederss) June 28, 2017
There have also been calls for Ed to make the trip to Limerick.
However, dare I suggest Croke Park?
In Ed's own words - 'watch this space x'