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Ed Sheeran will take his hugely anticipated + – = ÷ x Tour to stadiums across the UK & Ireland next year!

Ed Sheeran 2022 Tour Dates:

Dublin Croke Park, 23 April
Dublin Croke Park, 24 ***EXTRA DATE***
Cork Pairc Ui Chaoiah, 28
Cork Fairc Ui Pairc Ui Chaoiah, 29 ***EXTRA DATE***
Limerick Thomond Park, 05 May
Limerick Thomond Park, 06 ***EXTRA DATE***
Belfast Boucher Playing Fields, 12
Belfast Boucher Playing Fields, 13 ***EXTRA DATE***
Cardiff Principality Stadium, 26
Cardiff Principality Stadium, 27
Cardiff Principality Stadium, 28 ***EXTRA DATE***
Sunderland Stadium Of Light, 02 June ***EXTRA DATE***

Sunderland Stadium Of Light, 03
Sunderland Stadium Of Light, 04
Manchester Etihad Stadium, 09 ***EXTRA DATE***
Manchester Etihad Stadium, 10
Manchester Etihad Stadium, 11
Manchester Etihad Stadium, 12 ***EXTRA DATE***
Glasgow Hampden Park, 16
Glasgow Hampden Park, 17
London Wembley Stadium, 24 ***EXTRA DATE***
London Wembley Stadium, 25 ***EXTRA DATE***

London Wembley Stadium, 29
London Wembley Stadium, 30
London Wembley Stadium, 01 July

Tickets on sale now & Tuesday (28 September) at 9am from Gigantic Ticketmaster AXS Eventim See Tickets

The shows will see the British singer-songwriter return to stadiums for the first time since his record-breaking Divide Tour, which took place during 2017-2019. The epic tour was the most-attended and highest-grossing EVER by the time of its completion.

Fans can look forward to hearing new music from Ed’s upcoming album ‘=’ live for the first time and will also be able to experience a new production set-up with the artist’s staging in the round, surrounded by the crowd in each stadium.


Ed Sheeran’s highly anticipated new record is due out on 29 October 2021. The full-length features his colossal No.1 comeback single ‘Bad Habits’ and recent release ‘Shivers’.

Tickets are sure to be in high demand so be sure not to miss out!

Image Credit: Dan Martensen

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