Ed Sheeran: everything you need to know about his anticipated 2022 tour
Ed Sheeran has finally announced the dates for his much anticipated 2022 tour after a two-year hiatus from performing.
Fans are excited about this upcoming tour because the singer has not held one since 2019. His Divide tour, which ended in 2019, became the highest-grossing of all time, making £567m ($776m) from 260 concerts and 8.5m ticket sales.
Are you a fan and want to get tickets, but don’t know how? Well, we have compiled everything you need to know about his tour.
About Ed Sheeran 2022 tour
The singer teased his fans with a post on his official Instagram page about his tour, which he tagged, The Mathematics Tour.
He wrote: “Announcing something 8am tomorrow UK time that is basically the start of the next 3 years of my life, excited to be back at it. Look out for the announcement tomorrow.”
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He named the tour after all of his albums, with the next one, “=”, set to be released on 19 October 2021, and its first single, “Bad Habits“, has spent 11 weeks at No 1. His latest single, “Shivers“, just came out as well.
Ed Sheeran tour dates
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- 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
How to get tickets to the tour
Tickets to Ed Sheeran’s tours are currently not available for purchase till 9 am on Saturday, 25 September.
Tickets for the London shows are £80 and £50, and £75 and £45 regionally. All tickets are subject to a maximum 10% booking fee, plus a maximum £2.75 transaction charge per order.
A strict limit of six tickets per show date per transaction has been implemented to give as many people as possible a fair chance to buy tickets.
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