Ed Sheeran announced the dates for his upcoming 2022 UK stadium tour, which will include shows in Belfast, Manchester, London, Amsterdam, Paris, Copenhagen and Belfast, among other cities. The outing, dubbed “+ – = ÷ x” in reference to the singer’s mathematically inclined album titles, is slated to kick off on April 28 in Cork, Ireland and keep him on the road through a Sept. 23 gig in Frankfurt, Germany.
Tickets for the first leg of the “Mathematics” tour will go on sale on Sept. 25, with information available here. The dates will be Sheeran’s first road trip since his two-year, record-setting Divide Tour, which ran from 2017-2019.
A remix of Sheeran’s single “Bad Habits” by Joel Corry, Meduza and Kue among others, recently jumped from No. 4 to No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart dated Sept. 11), scoring his third leader on the list, following “Shape of You” (six weeks at No. 1, 2017) and “I Don’t Care,” with Justin Bieber (three, 2019).
Check out the video announcing the tour dates and the list of gigs below.
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Mathematics tour dates:
April 28 — Cork, Ireland @ Páirc Uí Chaoimh
May 5 — Limerick, Ireland @ Thomond Park,
May 12 — Belfast, Ireland @ Boucher Road Playing Fields
May 26 — Cardiff, Wales @ Principality Stadium
May 27 — Cardiff, Wales @ Principality Stadium
June 3 — Sunderland, UK @ Stadium of Light
June 4 — Sunderland, UK @ Stadium of Light
June 10 — Manchester, UK @ Etihad Stadium
June 11 — Manchester, UK @ Etihad Stadium
June 16 — Glasgow, UK @ Hampden Park
June 17 — Glasgow, UK @ Hampden Park
June 29 — London, UK @ Wembley Stadium
June 30 — London, UK @ Wembley Stadium
July 1 — London, UK @ Wembley Stadium
July 7 — Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Veltins-Arena
July 14 — Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Johan Cruijff ArenA
July 15 — Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Johan Cruijff ArenA
July 22 — Brussels, Belgium @ King Baudouin Stadium
July 29 — Paris, France @ Stade De France
Aug. 4 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ Øresundsparken
Aug. 10 — Gothenburg, Sweden @ Ullevi
Aug. 20 –Helsinki, Finland @ Olympic Stadium
Aug. 25 — Warsaw, Poland @ PGE Narodowy
Sept. 1 — Vienna, Austria @ Ernst Happel Stadium
Sept. 10 — Munich, Germany @ Olympiastadion
Sept. 16 — Zurich, Switzerland @ Letzigrund Stadion
Sept. 23 — Frankfurt, Germany @ Deutsche Bank ParkInternet Explorer Channel Network