Ed Sheeran will take his hugely anticipated + – = ÷ x Tour to stadiums across the UK & Ireland in 2022!
NEW SEATS & STANDING TICKETS RELEASED FOR ALL UK SHOWS!
London Electric Ballroom, 21, 22, 23 March
Brighton Concorde, 25, 26
London Alexandra Palace Theatre, 31 March, 01 April
Ed Sheeran 2022 Tour Dates:
Dublin Croke Park, 23 April
Dublin Croke Park, 24
Cork Pairc Ui Chaoiah, 28
Cork Pairc Ui Chaoiah, 29
Limerick Thomond Park, 05 May
Limerick Thomond Park, 06
Belfast Boucher Playing Fields, 12
Belfast Boucher Playing Fields, 13
Cardiff Principality Stadium, 26
Cardiff Principality Stadium, 27
Cardiff Principality Stadium, 28
Sunderland Stadium Of Light, 02 June ***CANCELLED***
Sunderland Stadium Of Light, 03
Sunderland Stadium Of Light, 04
Manchester Etihad Stadium, 09
Manchester Etihad Stadium, 10
Manchester Etihad Stadium, 11
Manchester Etihad Stadium, 12
Glasgow Hampden Park, 16
Glasgow Hampden Park, 17
London Wembley Stadium, 24
London Wembley Stadium, 25
London Wembley Stadium, 29
London Wembley Stadium, 30
London Wembley Stadium, 01 July
Plus support from Maisie Peters & DYLAN at UK dates.
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.
CHECK OUT THE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT HERE:
I’m going back on tour next year, the first leg is on sale Saturday 25th September. Check my website for on sale times & more info. You will need an account with one of the official ticket vendors so please sign up in advance xhttps://t.co/W2vnTwszLX pic.twitter.com/u7MtsHI3Uw
— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) September 17, 2021
Tickets are sure to be in high demand so be sure not to miss out!
Image Credit: Dan Martensen