Singer Ed Sheeran has added an extra date to his Cardiff stop on his UK tour after tickets sold out almost a year in advance.
Today he announced a fourth night in Cardiff, along with extra nights in Manchester, Glasgow and Newcastle for May and June next year.
The 26-year-old posted on Twitter: "More UK stadiums announced, this is bonkers x"
As the new tickets go on sale on Tuesday, the Galway Girl star will also share extra dates for his Europe-wide tour.
The 26-year-old's big trip will kick off in Cork, Ireland, on May 4 and will travel through Great Britain, Netherlands, France, Sweden, Germany and Austria before finishing up in Warsaw next August.
Tickets for all the UK shows were snapped up within a day after they went on sale on Saturday.
As well as dominating the album chart this year with his third record Divide, released in March, Sheeran delighted his fans with a headline set on the last night of this year's Glastonbury Festival.