Ed Sheeran tour 2022: When do tickets go on sale?

ED Sheeran has announced he's going on tour in 2022 after two years off stage.

The superstar singer, 30, will take his '+ – = ÷ x Tour’ – pronounced The Mathematics Tour – across the UK, Ireland, Central Europe and Scandinavia for the first leg.

When do tickets go on sale?

There will be no pre-sale for Ed Sheeran's 2022 tour.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on September 25, 2021.

Tickets will be available to buy via Ticketmaster.

The tour coincides with Ed’s highly anticipated new album ‘=’ will be released on October 29, 2021 through Asylum/Atlantic.

What are the tour dates?

Ed's epic return will see him perform in London’s Wembley Stadium for three nights in June/July 2022.

Other UK and Ireland locations include Cork, Limerick, Belfast, Cardiff, Sunderland, Manchester and Glasgow.

It's the first time he's sung in front of stadium crowds since his record-breaking Divide Tour, which ran from 2017-2019.

Full tour dates for 2022

  • April 28 – Ireland Cork Páirc Uí Chaoimh
  • May 5 – Ireland Limerick Thomond Park
  • May 12 – Belfast Boucher Road Playing Fields
  • May 26 – Cardiff Principality Stadium
  • May 27 – Cardiff Principality Stadium
  • June 3 – Sunderland Stadium of Light
  • June 4 – Sunderland Stadium of Light
  • June 10 – Manchester Etihad Stadium
  • June 11 – Manchester Etihad Stadium
  • June 16 – Glasgow Hampden Park
  • June 17 – Glasgow Hampden Park
  • June 29 – London Wembley Stadium
  • June 30 – London Wembley Stadium
  • July 1 – London Wembley Stadium
  • July 7 – Germany Gelsenkirchen Veltins-Arena
  • July 14 – Netherlands Amsterdam Johan Cruijff ArenA
  • July 15 – Netherlands Amsterdam Johan Cruijff ArenA
  • July 22 – Belgium Brussels King Baudouin Stadium
  • July 29 – France Paris Stade De France
  • August 4 – Denmark Copenhagen Øresundsparken
  • August 10 – Sweden Gothenburg Ullevi
  • August 20 – Finland Helsinki Olympic Stadium
  • August 25 – Poland Warsaw PGE Narodowy
  • September 1 – Austria Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium
  • September 10 – Germany Munich Olympiastadion
  • September 16 – Switzerland Zurich Letzigrund Stadion
  • September 23 – Germany Frankfurt De

What has Ed Sheeran said about the upcoming tour?

Ed hasn't publicly talked about his 2022 tour yet.

However, in August 2021 he revealed how he nearly gave up music when he was told to get a "real job"

Ed told the Sunday Mirror: “I think kids should be encouraged to be creative. When I was a child, saying you wanted to be a musician, they’d go, ‘You need to get a real job.’

“School is so stressful,” he added. “You’ve got all these exams – maths, English and science – all these things are very difficult. But what I want to say to kids is if you do what you love, you will eventually get paid for it.”

Ed added that he believes you can learn “way more from failure than you do from success.

“I have played Wembley Stadium and I’ve played a bar in Swindon to one person,” he said. “And playing the bar in Swindon taught me more than Wembley Stadium.

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