ED SHEERAN recently announced his first large-scale tour in years, titled The Mathematics Tour. Tickets will go on sale soon – here is where you can buy them, and when they will be released.
Last week Ed Sheeran announced a comeback tour, of sorts, with The +-=÷x Tour – pronounced The Mathematics Tour – kicking off in 2022. The enormous event will span the UK, Ireland, and parts of Europe. As it is an arena and stadium tour, Sheeran will be taking on some gigantic venues, including Wembley Stadium and Helsinki Olympic Stadium.
Tickets for the first leg of this tour go on sale this week –
When do Ed Sheeran tickets go on sale?
General release tickets for the long-awaited return of Ed Sheeran go on sale tomorrow on Ticketmaster, Saturday September 25, at 8am UK time (BST), starting with just the Ireland and Northern Ireland tickets.
An hour later, at 9am BST, England, Wales and Scotland will be able to purchase their tickets for the tour.
An hour later, at 10am BST, The Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland and France will be able to purchase tickets.
The final round of tickets being released on Saturday September 25 will be released at 11am BST, allowing the residents of Denmark, Sweden and Finland to buy their tickets.
The tickets will all be available on Ticketmaster. Prices have not yet been announced for any of the events.
Many of the locations have two nights of events, meaning Sheeran will be playing Wembley Stadium twice, Sunderland Stadium of Light twice, etc.
This will allow many fans a better chance of getting tickets for the tour.
Sheeran is playing at 20 locations across countries spanning the UK, Ireland and Europe.
During the tour the British singer will be boasting a “new production set up” that will see him surrounded by each of his crowds every night.
The Mathematics Tour begins on April 28, 2022, just a few months after Sheeran’s new album is released.
The star’s latest record, Equals, is due out next month on October 29, 2021.