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Shannon McVarnock was amongst the first of the Ed Sheeran fans, some of whom who were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning, to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

Shannon McVarnock was amongst the first of the Ed Sheeran fans, some of whom who were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning, to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

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Shannon McVarnock was amongst the first of the Ed Sheeran fans, some of whom who were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning, to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

Fans were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018.

When the doors opened at 9am on Saturday, the hundreds gathered outside, some still in their pyjamas, were let into the store in groups of six.

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Seaneen Weir was amongst the first of the Ed Sheeran fans, some of whom who were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning, to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018.

Seaneen Weir was amongst the first of the Ed Sheeran fans, some of whom who were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning, to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018.

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First in the queue for Ed Sheeran tickets was Fiona Patton who had been camping outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of her tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk         8-7-2017]

First in the queue for Ed Sheeran tickets was Fiona Patton who had been camping outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of her tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

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Ed Sheeran fans were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk  8-7-2017]

Ed Sheeran fans were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

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Shannon McVarnock was amongst the first of the Ed Sheeran fans, some of whom who were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning, to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

Shannon McVarnock was amongst the first of the Ed Sheeran fans, some of whom who were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning, to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

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Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk         8-7-2017
Doors open for fans of Ed Sheeran some of whom had been camping outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. 
When the doors opened at 9.00am this morning, the hundreds gathered outside, some still in their pyjamas, were let into the store in groups of half-a-dozen.

Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017 Doors open for fans of Ed Sheeran some of whom had been camping outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. When the doors opened at 9.00am this morning, the hundreds gathered outside, some still in their pyjamas, were let into the store in groups of half-a-dozen.

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Ed Sheeran fans were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

Ed Sheeran fans were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018. [Photo: Alan Lewis- PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 8-7-2017]

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Seaneen Weir was amongst the first of the Ed Sheeran fans, some of whom who were queueing outside DV8 Ticketmaster in Belfast's High Street since Thursday morning, to make sure of their tickets for the superstar's upcoming show in Belfast in May 2018.

 

First in the queue was Fiona Patton who had been at the head of the queue from 9am on Thursday.  

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