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Ed Sheeran tour 2023 : Tickets and Dates

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Ed Sheeran is a Suffolk-born singer-songwriter. He released his debut EP, ‘The Orange Room,’ in 2005, but with the release of his single The A Team in 2011, he began to attract national and worldwide notice. His career took off from there, with his debut album, ‘Plus,’ receiving an Ivor Novello Award and two Brit Awards in 2011.

He has subsequently produced three more internationally successful full-length albums, the most recent of which being ‘No.6 Collaborations Project in 2019, which featured collaborations with Justin Bieber, Stormzy, Cardi B, Travis Scott, and other industry heavyweights.

He famously shattered global records with the release of ” in 2017, when he dominated the UK Top 10 Singles Chart, filling up every spot with tunes from that album alone. He is now the world’s highest-grossing concert tour and one of the world’s best-selling music artists, with many Grammy Awards, Brit Awards, and Billboard Music Awards under his belt.

Ed Sheeran will promote the album with a stadium tour in the UK and Ireland in summer 2022, dubbed The + – = x Tour (or The Mathematics Tour), with Maisie Peters as support. The tour will also visit Europe in July, August, and September of that year and Australia in early 2023.

Ed Sheeran has extended his latest tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2023 by adding three new dates. The extra performances, added “due to tremendous demand,” will be held on February 1 at Wellington’s Sky Stadium, February 11 at Auckland’s Eden Park, and February 19 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia’s Suncorp Stadium.

Ed Sheeran Setlist

Full Band

  • Tides
  • BLOW

Solo

  • I’m a Mess
  • Shivers
  • The A Team
  • Castle on the Hill (Restarted after problems with the loop pedal)
  • 2step
  • Don’t / No Diggity
  • Lego House (Tour debut)

Full Band

  • Leave Your Life (Tour debut)
  • Visiting Hours
  • Own It / PERU / Beautiful People / I Don’t Care
  • Overpass Graffiti
  • Galway Girl
  • Thinking Out Loud

Solo

  • Love Yourself (Justin Bieber cover)
  • Sing
  • Photograph
  • Perfect
  • Bloodstream
  • The Parting Glass ([traditional] cover)
  • Afterglow

Encore:

  • Shape of You
  • Bad Habits
  • You Need Me, I Don’t Need You

What Are the Prices of Ed Sheeran Tickets?

Tickets for the singer-upcoming songwriter’s concerts in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, and Perth are now available to the general public. Ed Sheeran tickets start at $145 and go up to $1914 on average.

Floor Seats for Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran floor seats may be an unforgettable experience. Floor seats/front row seats are sometimes among the most costly tickets available for an event. Vivid Seats occasionally provides VIP Ed Sheeran meet and greet tickets, which might be more expensive than front row or floor tickets. Front row or center stage tickets for Ed Sheeran might be the most costly.

Ed Sheeran’s 2023 Tour Dates

FEBRUARY:

01 – Sky Stadium – Wellington, NZ (NEW)
02 – Sky Stadium – Wellington, NZ (SOLD OUT)
10 – Eden Park – Auckland, NZ (SOLD OUT)
11 – Eden Park – Auckland, NZ (NEW)
17 – Suncorp Stadium – Brisbane, AU (SOLD OUT)
18 – Suncorp Stadium – Brisbane, AU (SOLD OUT)
19 – Suncorp Stadium – Brisbane, AU (NEW)
24 – Accor Stadium – Sydney, AU
25 – Accor Stadium – Sydney, AU

MARCH:


02 – Melbourne Cricket Ground – Melbourne, AU
03– Melbourne Cricket Ground – Melbourne, AU
07 – Adelaide Oval – Adelaide AU
12 – Optus Stadium – Perth, AU

Bottom lines

Ed Sheeran, the British singer-songwriter, has since become an international superstar. Sheeran gained a loyal fan following after acting as the opening act for famous pop performers and collaborating with musicians such as BTS, Bruno Mars, and HER. He is most known for his contemplative, acoustic guitar-driven tunes. Ed Sheeran has now performed in arenas and stadiums on practically every continent. Each Ed Sheeran performance highlights the singer’s most popular songs, and fans relish the opportunity to sing along to hits like “Thinking Out Loud” and “Lego House” in person. Ed Sheeran will release his fifth studio album = in 2021. (pronounced “Equals”).

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