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Today Ed Sheeran announced he is returning to the stage with a string of stadium shows throughout 2022. The +-=÷x Tour – pronounced The Mathematics Tour – kicks off in April next year, and will include the star play three nights in London’s Wembley Stadium over the summer. Not only will the star be playing tracks from his new album, Equals, but Sheeran will also be delving into many older songs.
Scroll down for a full list of venues and dates.
THE MATHEMATICS TOUR TICKETS
Tickets for the first leg of Ed Sheeran’s The Mathematics Tour go on sale next week at various times throughout the day.
On Saturday September 25, the first round of tickets for Ireland and Northern Ireland will hit the ticket website at 8am BST.
At 9am England, Wales, and Scotland will be able to purchase their tickets for the tour.
Tickets will be available here and find tickets on Livenation here.
One hour later, at 10am on Saturday September 25, Austria, Germany, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Poland and France will be granted access to the ticket site.
At 11am the final round of tickets will be released for Denmark, Sweden and Finland.
Not only will the collection of Sheeran’s hits welcome fans at the gigs, but they will also be welcomed by a “new production set up”.
Sheeran will now be performing in the round, which will have him surrounded by the crowd in each stadium he plays at.
The tour kicks off on April 28, 2022, and until then Sheeran still has an album to release.
Sheeran’s fourth solo studio album, Equals, hits record store shelves on October 29, 2021.
It includes the massive hit Bad Habits, which has so far spent 11 weeks at the top of the UK Singles Charts.
The album also comes equipped with his new single, Shivers, which was released last week.
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Sheeran revealed he wrote Shivers years ago while working on the Divide Tour and writing songs for a Minus album.
He explained: “I was making the record and I wrote a song called Shivers and I was like: ‘This doesn’t really feel like [Minus]”
The Mathematics Tour follows the star’s Divide Tour which kicked off on March 16, 2017.
The tour was comprised of 260 shows around the world and ran until August 26, 2019.
SCROLL DOWN FOR A FULL LIST OF GIG DATES
Sheeran’s tour began in Turin, Italy, spanned across Europe, Latin America, North America, and throughout the UK.
The Divide Tour was so successful it became the highest-grossing concert tour of all time.
It also had the most tickets sold ever by a tour.
Tickets for Ed Sheeran’s Mathematics Tour can be bought here and find tickets on Livenation here.
Ed Sheeran – The Mathematics Tour Dates – 2022
Thurs 28th Ireland – Cork – Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Thurs 5th – Ireland – Limerick – Thomond Park
Thurs 12th UK – Belfast – Boucher Road Playing Fields
Thurs 26th – UK – Cardiff Principality Stadium
Fri 27th – UK – Cardiff Principality Stadium
Fri 3rd – UK – Sunderland Stadium of Light
Sat 4th UK – Sunderland Stadium of Light
Fri 10th UK – Manchester Etihad Stadium
Sat 11th UK – Manchester Etihad Stadium
Thurs 16th UK – Glasgow Hampden Park
Fri 17th UK – Glasgow Hampden Park
Weds 29th UK – London Wembley Stadium
Thurs 30th UK – London Wembley Stadium
Fri 1st UK – London Wembley Stadium
Thurs 7th Germany – Gelsenkirchen Veltins-Arena
Thurs 14th Netherlands – Amsterdam Johan Cruijff ArenA
Fri 15th Netherlands – Amsterdam Johan Cruijff ArenA
Fri 22nd Belgium – Brussels King Baudouin Stadium
Fri 29th France – Paris Stade De France
Thurs 4th Denmark – Copenhagen Øresundsparken
Weds 10th Sweden – Gothenburg Ullevi
Sat 20th Finland – Helsinki Olympic Stadium
Thurs 25th Poland – Warsaw PGE Narodowy
Thurs 1 Austria – Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium
Sat 10th Germany – Munich Olympiastadion
Fri 16th Switzerland – Zurich Letzigrund Stadion
Fri 23rd Germany – Frankfurt Deutsche Bank Park
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