Bad Habits singer Ed Sheeran is hitting the road for his 2022 Mathematics Tour. Want to know how to bag yourself a ticket? We’re telling you where to buy, how much you’ll pay, and noting tour dates.
Get ready to Sing (ohh-ohh-ohh).
Ed Sheeran announces 2022 tour
It seems like forever since Ed last went on tour, but now he’s back with brand new material.
The singer’s latest album, ‘ = ‘, drops 19th October, with the album title sticking to the mathematical theme.
Take a look at the tour dates for UK and Ireland below:
28 April 22 – Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork, Ireland
5 May 22 – Thomond Park, Limerick, Ireland
12 May 22 – Boucher Road Playing Fields, Belfast, Northern Ireland
26 May 22 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales
27 May 22 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales
3 June 22 – Stadium Of Light, Sunderland, England
4 June 22 – Stadium Of Light, Sunderland, England
10 June 22 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England
11 June 22 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England
16 June 22 – Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
17 June 22 – Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
29 June 22 – Wembley Stadium, London, England
30 June 22 – Wembley Stadium, London, England
1 July 22 – Wembley Stadium, London, England
See full tour dates, including Europe stops, here.
How much are Ed Sheeran Mathematics Tour tickets?
Ed Sheeran Mathematics Tour tickets will be around £75.
Tickets go on sale 25th September 2021, so an exact ticket price is yet to be confirmed. However, according to this source, those hoping to attend the Belfast show will be looking at paying between £45-75 for a ticket. We can assume that other dates will value at a similar price.
The same outlet reports that ticket prices for the Cork and Limerick dates are €81 for standing and €91 seated.
Likewise, judging from previous Ed Sheeran shows, concert-goers can expect to pay anywhere upwards of £49.50.
How to buy 2022 tour tickets
Want to nab yourself some Ed Sheeran tickets? Set your alarm for 9am on Saturday, 25th September 2021.
Tickets for Ireland and Northern Ireland go on sale at 8am on the same date, whereas Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands tickets all go on sale at 10am UK time.
You can purchase tickets via Ed’s official website here.