As the world returns to some normalcy after the 2019-2020 pandemic, artists are beginning to announce concerts that were originally postponed. Ed Sheeran is among these artists who are looking to take their latest music on the road. Ed Sheeran announced his latest tour, titled ‘+-=÷×’, and concert venues. Some sources also call this the ‘Mathematics Tour’ for obvious reasons.
As the tour name suggests, Ed Sheeran will be boasting his entire discography on this tour. His latest album, ‘= (Equals)’ is scheduled to release on October 29, 2021. But the fans will be lucky enough to hear some classics such as “The A Team,” “The Castle on the Hill,” “Perfect,” “Shape of You,” and latest singles such as “Shivers.”
The 2022 tour is Ed Sheeran’s return to live stage after his highly successful ‘÷ (Divide)’ tour. The tour had 260 concerts and broke the record for the highest-grossing tour and the tour with most tickets sold. The upcoming tour will likely have a lesser impact due to the ongoing pandemic.
Ed Sheeran ‘+-=÷× (Mathematics)’ 2022 Tour Dates and Venues
Below are the announced cities and venues of the first leg of the ‘Mathematics’ 2022 tour by Ed Sheeran.
|23 APR 22||Dublin, Ireland||Croke Park||Tickets|
|28 APR 22||Cork, Ireland||Páirc Uí Chaoimh||Tickets|
|05 MAY 22||Limerick, Ireland||Thomond Park||Tickets|
|12 MAY 22||Belfast, UK||Boucher Road Playing Fields||Tickets|
|26 MAY 22||Cardiff, UK||Principality Stadium||Tickets|
|27 MAY 22||Cardiff, UK||Principality Stadium||Tickets|
|03 JUN 22||Sunderland, UK||Sunderland, UK||Tickets|
|04 JUN 22||Sunderland, UK||Sunderland, UK||Tickets|
|10 JUN 22||Manchester, UK||Etihad Stadium||Tickets|
|11 JUN 22||Manchester, UK||Etihad Stadium||Tickets|
|16 JUN 22||Glasgow, UK||Hampden Park||Tickets|
|17 JUN 22||Glasgow, UK||Hampden Park||Tickets|
|29 JUN 22||London, UK||Wembley Stadium||Tickets|
|30 JUN 22||London, UK||Wembley Stadium||Tickets|
|01 JUL 22||London, UK||Wembley Stadium||Tickets|
|07 JUL 22||Gelsenkirchen , Germany||Veltins-Arena||Tickets|
|14 JUL 22||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Johan Cruijff ArenA||Tickets|
|15 JUL 22||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Johan Cruijff ArenA||Tickets|
|22 JUL 22||Brussels, Belgium||King Baudouin Stadium||Tickets|
|29 JUL 22||Paris, France||Stade De France||Tickets|
|04 AUG 22||Copenhagen, Denmark||Øresundsparken||Tickets|
|10 AUG 22||Gothenburg, Sweden||Ullevi||Tickets|
|20 AUG 22||Helsinki, Finland||Olympic Stadium||Tickets|
|25 AUG 22||Warsaw, Poland||PGE Narodowy||Tickets|
|01 SEP 22||Vienna, Austria||Ernst Happel Stadium||Tickets|
|10 SEP 22||Munich, Germany||Olympiastadion||Tickets|
|16 SEP 22||Zurich, Switzerland||Letzigrund Stadion||Tickets|
|23 SEP 22||Frankfurt, Germany||Deutsche Bank Park||Tickets|
These are the dates for the first leg of the tour which covers cities in the UK and Europe. Most likely there will be an extension to the tour including North American cities as the second leg. Also, there will most likely be an Asian leg and Australia covered in the further legs of the tour.
There are no guest appearances announced on this tour yet. But some names that pop up are Stormzy, Ella Mai, Khalid, and possibly even Taylor Swift is she is in the UK around tour dates.
Stay tuned for updates.