More tickets for Ed Sheeran’s The Mathematics Tour have been announced, and here’s when they’ll go on sale.
For the first time in years, ED SHEERAN has announced his first large-scale tour, dubbed The Mathematics Tour. Tickets for the already sold-out tour went on sale last week, and now brand new dates have been revealed – here’s where you can get them and when they’ll be released.
Ed Sheeran issued the first set of tickets for his upcoming The +-=x Tour – dubbed The Mathematics Tour – over the weekend. Beginning in 2022, he will perform in arenas and stadiums around the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Europe. Today is the first day of sales for the new tickets.
General release tickets for the new round of events go on sale today, Tuesday, September 28 at 9 a.m. UK time, on Ticketmaster (BST).
In the United Kingdom, Ireland, Central Europe, and Scandinavia, new shows have been added.
Ed will be performing at Wembley Stadium for five nights in a row now that his extra gigs have been added to The Mathematics Tour’s lineup.
Many of the places Ed will be performing have multiple nights, giving fans a better chance of securing tickets.
And it’ll be quite a performance, since the A-Team has a new set-up for his live shows that puts him in the middle of everything.
This will be the star’s most extensive tour to date, and it couldn’t be timelier.
With Shivers, the artist recently earned his 13th week at the top of the UK Singles Chart.
Shivers succeeded Bad Habits as his previous single.
Bad Habits remained at the top of the UK Singles Chart for another 11 weeks.
Ed also recently set a new record by being the first British solo artist to spend a whole year at the top of the UK Singles Chart (52 weeks).
At the same milestone, he is only beaten by Elvis Presley and The Beatles.
Ed’s chart-topping success isn’t going to end there, as his new album is on the way.
Equals, his fourth album, will be released on October 29. It is the singer’s first album in four years.
This will be Ed’s first album and tour since the birth of his daughter, Lyra, in 2020.
Ed said in a recent interview that he will be taking his wife, Cherry Seaborn, and his daughter on the road with him.
“Normally, on Divide,” he answered. “Brinkwire Summary News.”