Ed Sheeran Announces The Mathematics Tour, Teases 'Next Three Years'

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Ed Sheeran is gearing up to get back on the road in support of his new album, = (Equals), which will be released on October 29. The "Bad Habits" singer will be embarking on the +-=÷x (Mathematics) Tour next April, with many of his UK and European dates announced. While no North American dates have been announced yet, Sheeran has hinted that this is "the start of the next 3 years of my life," and more dates are expected to be announced soon.

Tickets will go on sale beginning September 25, with the first leg of the tour seeing Sheeran kick off in Cork, Ireland then heading off to the United Kingdom, with three shows at London's Wembley Stadium. The tour will then go on through Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Austria, and Switzerland. Tickets for the shows will be available here.

Sheeran's 2017-2019 Divide Tour had become the most-attended and highest-grossing tour ever by the time of its completion, with his +-=÷x (Mathematics) Tour planning to go beyond that. While fans will be able to catch his = (Equals) album live throughout his upcoming tour, Sheeran's manager, Stuart Camp, previously told Variety that a follow-up record can be expected sooner rather than later. Camp told the outlet that they're planning to release more albums while on tour and that they have set aside "most of 2023 for North America."

= (Equals) has been led by the singles "Bad Habits" and "Shivers," and it has not yet been announced if another single is expected to land before the album's release next month. The singer's music video for "Shivers" paid homage to Elton John, with Sheeran revealing while speaking with Ryan Seacrest that he and John chat every morning.

+-=÷x (Mathematics) Tour Dates

04/28/22 – Cork, Ireland – Páirc Uí Chaoimh

05/05/22 – Limerick, Ireland – Thomond Park

05/12/22 – Belfast, UK – Boucher Road Playing Fields

05/26/22 – Cardiff, UK – Principality Stadium

05/27/22 – Cardiff, UK – Principality Stadium

06/03/22 – Sunderland, UK – Stadium Of Light

06/04/22 – Sunderland, UK – Stadium Of Light

06/10/22 – Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium

06/11/22 – Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium

06/16/22 – Glasgow, UK – Hampden Park

06/17/22 – Glasgow, UK – Hampden Park

06/29/22 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium

06/30/22 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium

07/01/22 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium

07/07/22 – Gelsenkirchen, Germany – Veltins-Arena

07/14/22 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff ArenA

07/15/22 – Amerstdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff ArenA

07/22/22 – Brussels, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium

07/29/22 – Paris, France – Stade De France

08/04/22 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Øresundsparken

08/10/22 – Gothenburg, Sweden – Ullevi

08/20/22 – Helsinki, Finland – Olympic Stadium

08/25/22 – Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy

09/01/22 – Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium

09/10/22 – Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion

09/16/22 – Zurich, Switzerland – Letzigrund Stadion

09/23/22 – Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park

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