Ed Sheeran Ends Two And A Half Year Tour With Final Show: "See You Next Year!"

8 November 2013, 10:15 | Updated: 8 November 2013, 10:17

The 'A Team' singer played Madison Square Garden with support from Rizzle Kicks.

Ed Sheeran issued a special thanks to his fans last night ahead of his show at Madison Square Garden in New York City after finishing up the final date of a tour spanning two and a half years.

The 'Lego House' singer has toured almost constantly singe the release of his debut album '+' back in 2011, and told fans he is ready to start it all over again next year with a new record.

"This is the final date of a 2 and a half year tour, last time this setlist will be played," Ed tweeted last night (7th November) to celebrate the moment. "It's been a wicked journey so far.

"Thanks to everyone that has come to the shows," he continued. "See you next year when we start all of this madness again.

"So that's that then. tour is finished!" Ed later added after wrapping the show.

View a picture of Ed Sheeran on one of his Madison Square Garden shows below (Credit: Getty):

'Mama Do The Hump' duo Rizzle Kicks also tweeted their thanks to the UK singer for asking them to support him, fresh from the announcement they will play the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2013 in December.

"Madison Square Garden was amazing tonight! Respect to everyone there and big up our guy @edsheeran as always!!" the band tweeted.

Ed Sheeran has pencilled in a release of around February 2014 for his in-progress second studio album.