Ed Sheeran is coming to Amsterdam in 2022. On July 14 and 15, he will play in the Johan Cruijff Arena as part of his ‘- = ÷ x Tour’, or something easy to pronounce: the Mathematics Tour. Tickets go on sale on Saturday 25 September at 11:00 via Ticketmaster.
The ticket prices for this show are between € 50.40 and € 88.48 including service costs. There is a ticket limit of 6 tickets per performance. During this ‘Mathematics Tour’, the stage is in the middle of the room, surrounded by the audience.
Ed Sheeran is one of the greatest artists on the planet. His new tour will bring him along heel Europe and the UK. For example, on Friday 22 July he will be in the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels and no less than 3 times (!) in Wembley Stadium in London.
Festivals have not been announced, but the singer has already revealed that Mathematics Tour will last 3 years. Ed Sheeran would of course be a perfect Pinkpop headliner, so fingers crossed for 2023
Ed Sheeran is also coming out with a new album. ‘=’ (Equals) will be released on October 29th and is the successor to ‘÷’ (Divide), ‘x’ (Multiply) and debut album ‘+’ (Plus). The record will contain 14 tracks. Main single ‘Bad habits‘ has already reached the number 1 position in several charts.
In recent days, it was expected that something would be known about Ed Sheeran’s tour today. On his Instagram page, he said on Wednesday that there will be “tour stuffto be announced. It didn’t stop there, because the British account of Ticketmaster also posted a post regarding Ed Sheeran. The photo shows an image with the logos of Ed Sheeran’s performed albums projected. Check out the photo for yourself below:
Later, Ed Sheeran himself also posted a post on Instagram. There the British singer proceeds that a tour announcement will follow on Friday, September 17 at 9 a.m. The pop icon also announces that his tour will last three years. This is the post from Ed Sheeran to see.
Ed Sheeran is arguably the biggest pop star of the moment. In 2011, the singer broke through with the hit ‘The A Team’, from the album Plus. He is a very welcome guest at festivals. In 2016, however, Sheeran even had it with touring, and things went quiet around his person for a year. Yet in 2017 he came back stronger than ever with his latest album Distribution. Since that release he has been on the radio and toured a lot. In 2019 he was a headliner on Sziget, among other things. In 2022 he will return with a new tour.