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Ed Sheeran’s 2022 UK tour – how to get tickets and full list of dates

Ed Sheeran’s latest tour kicks off in April 2022 and tickets will be released tomorrow. 

The + – = ÷ x Mathematics Tour will support his highly anticipated fourth album = (Equals), which will arrive on October 29, 2021.

The album features his latest single Bad Habits, which has been streamed over 470 million times on Spotify.

When does the tour start? 

The tour starts in Cork, Ireland in April 2022 before three nights at Wembley in July 2022. 

This is Sheeran’s first tour since his ÷ Divide Tour that ran from 2017 to 2019.

When are tickets released and how much are they? 

Tickets go on general sale on Saturday, September 25th at 9am via Ticketmaster.

Prices start at £45 depending on region, with a 10% booking fee and £2.75 transaction fee per order.

Fans will be able to purchase up to six tickets per show per transaction. 

What are the dates and locations of the tour?

Here are the full dates for the leg of Ed Sheeran’s + – = ÷ x Tour:

April

Thursday 28 – Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork, Ireland

May

Thursday 5 – Thomond Park, Limerick, Ireland

Thursday 12 – Boucher Road Playing Fields, Belfast, UK

Thursday 26 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff, UK

Friday 27 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff, UK

June

Friday 3 – Stadium of Light, Sunderland, UK

Saturday 4 – Stadium of Light, Sunderland, UK

Friday 10 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester, UK

Saturday 11 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester, UK

Thursday 16 – Hampden Park, Glasgow, UK

Friday 17 – Hampden Park, Glasgow, UK

Wednesday 29 – Wembley Stadium, London, UK

Thursday 30 – Wembley Stadium, London, UK

July

Friday 1 – Wembley Stadium, London, UK

Thursday 7 – Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Thursday 14 – Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Friday 15 – Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Friday 22 – King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels, Belgium

Friday 29 – Stade De France, Paris, France

August

Thursday 4 – Øresundsparken, Copenhagen, Denmark

Wednesday 10 – Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden

Saturday 20 – Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland

Thursday 25 – PGE Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland

September

Thursday 1 – Ernst Happel Stadium, Vienna, Austria

Saturday 10 – Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany

Friday 16 – Letzigrund Stadion, Zurich, Switzerland

Friday 23 – Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt, Germany

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