Ed Sheeran has announced a new UK tour which includes two shows at London’s O2 Arena. The ‘Bad Habits’ singer announced the tour alongside new album ‘Subtract’ which will be released on May 5.
The new album will be the singer’s fifth LP to date and the final in his “mathematical album era” of records named after mathematical symbols. Subtract promises songs ranging from “pared back, folk-leaning textures to bolder, full-band/orchestral arrangements”.
To celebrate the album announcement, Sheeran will be playing dates in Manchester, London, Glasgow and Dublin later this month, with a one-off show scheduled in Paris in April. Currently, these dates are Sheeran’s only scheduled UK and European shows for 2023.
Fans who preorder the new album before Tuesday, March 7 at 9am via Sheeran’s official website will have access to presale tickets to the upcoming tour, kicking off in Manchester in just a few weeks, on Thursday, March 23.
But when will Sheeran perform in London and how can you get tickets? Here’s everything you need to know.
Ed Sheeran London O2 Arena dates
The ‘A Team’ singer will play at the O2 Arena on March 24 and March 25. The London shows will be followed by gigs in Glasgow, Dublin and Paris.
Ed Sheeran UK & Europe tour dates
Thursday, March 23 – Manchester, AO Arena
Friday, March 24 – London, The O2
Saturday, March 25 – London, The O2
Tuesday, March 28– Glasgow, Hydro Arena
Thursday, March 30 – Dublin, 3Arena
Sunday, April 2 – Paris, Accor Arena
How to get tickets for Ed Sheeran at London’s O2 Arena
Pre-sale tickets for Ed Sheeran’s concert at The O2 in London go live on Wednesday, March 8 at 9am for anyone who have preordered the new album via the Ed Sheeran website. General sale starts at 9am on Friday March 10 via Ticketmaster.
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