His comeback track Bad Habits has been at number one for about eight years at this stage, and now you'll have the chance to sing along like your life depends on it at a real life, in person gig.
Ed Sheeran has just announced his Mathematics world tour (or "+-=÷x" if you want to get technical), during which Irish fans will be treated to three performances in Cork, Limerick and Belfast respectively.
Tickets go on sale next Saturday, 25th of September at 8am via Ticketmaster, and we imagine they'll go fast.
As part of his world tour, Ed will play Cork's Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Thursday 28th April, Thomond Park Stadium in Limerick on Thursday 5th May and Boucher Road Playing Fields in Belfast on Thursday 12th May.
Announcing something 8am tomorrow U.K. time that is basically the start of the next 3 years of my life, excited to be back at it. Look out for the announcement tomorrow 📸 @ zakarywalters
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— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) September 16, 2021
The Mathematics Tour is Ed's first return to stadiums since his record breaking Divide Tour, which became the most-attended and highest-grossing tour ever by the time of its completion in 2019. Fans attending next years tour will get to see Ed perform tracks from his upcoming = album for the first time, and they will also experience a new production set-up with Ed’s staging in the round according to Ticketmaster.
Will you be in the queue to nab tickets on the 25th?
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