Following his ÷ tour, which ran from 2017 to 2019 and became the highest-grossing tour of all time, Ed Sheeran returns to the stage live in a series of stadium shows by 2022.
Starting May 12 in Belfast, he will play 12 concerts in the UK, traveling to Cardiff, Sunderland, Manchester and Glasgow, ending with three nights at Wembley Stadium in London. Fifteen more dates span 11 European countries.
He teased the tour with screenings through UK landmarks, including the Battersea Power Station and the Angel of the North.
The tour is titled the Math Tour, or + – = ÷ x, named after a series of studio albums. He is currently gearing up for the release of =, which comes out on October 29.
His first single, Bad Habits, has spent 11 weeks at No. 1. He is expected to emerge from the top today with the new single Shivers.
Tickets for the Math tour will go on sale on Saturday, September 25.
In 2019, it broke U2’s record for the highest grossing tour of all time, generating £ 567 million ($ 776 million) from 260 concerts and 8.5 million tickets sold.