Ed Sheeran has announced the Australian and New Zealand count of his ‘+ – = ÷ x Tour’ – find tickets here.
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The singer-songwriter will launch a series of dates in February 2023 in support of his latest studio album ‘=’, which was released last October. This is his first trip to Australia after a record-breaking “÷” tour in 2018.
Sheeran will begin his tour of the stadium in Wellington, New Zealand on February 2, before staying in Auckland (February 10), Brisbane (17), Sydney (24), Melbourne (March 2), Adelaide (7) and Perth (12). )
Tickets go on sale next Monday (March 23) with the first sale on Monday (March 21). Buy yours here (sales time is staggering, see website for more information).
Watch the official announcement video and tour poster below.
Meanwhile, Sheeran is set to hold small warm-up performances ahead of his 2022 stadium tour of the UK and Ireland.
Yesterday (March 14) he was confirmed as one of the headlines on Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2022. He will be collaborating with the likes of Calvin Harris, Ichs and AJ Tracy at the Coventry event in May.
In other news, Sheeran is in court over his 2017 single “Shape of You” copyright lawsuit. He was also accused of taking “specific lines and phrases” to the theme of the song ‘Oh Why’ written by his co-authors Johnny McDaid and Steve Mack, Sami Switch (sister Sami Chokri).
Choki testified that he felt “humiliated” by Sheeran’s lawyers yesterday in the High Court in London. “I feel robbed by someone I respect or respect,” he said.
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