Ed Sheeran has announced that he is hitting the road for a stadium tour in 2022.
The singer-songwriter, 30, will play a string of shows across the UK and Europe from April to September next year.
He kicks off in Cork on 28th April and further stops will include Cardiff, Glasgow, London, Amsterdam and Vienna.
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Continuing the theme of the star's albums, the tour is called “+ – = ÷ x”, or the Mathematics Tour.
Sheeran had been teasing the news on social media before the big reveal, and mysterious projections of maths symbols had been popping up on UK landmarks.
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The announcement comes almost a month after Sheeran told fans he is releasing a new album in October.
The Shape Of You singer went live on Instagram to reveal that his fourth studio album, = (Equals), will be out on 29 October.
He told fans he had painted part of the cover himself in lockdown and that the theme was “new life”.
“You will have seen the little chrysalis cocoon that’s on there,” said the star, who wed Cherry Seaborn in 2019 and welcomed daughter Lyra Antarctica last year.
“Basically the symbolism behind the album is sort of new life.”
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Sheeran unveiled his first studio album, +, in 2011. He followed it up with x in 2014 and ÷ in 2017.
His last tour ran from 2017 to 2019.
Tickets for the first leg of his 2022 tour are on sale on 25th September.
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