- Ed Sheeran bringing his ‘+ – = ÷ x Tour’ to Accor Stadium on Friday 24 February.
- Ed will play “in-the-round” with a 360º production surrounded by fans in the middle of the arena.
- General public tickets go on sale next Wednesday 23 March at 11am via Ticketek.
- Ed will be looking to break his own record of highest selling tour in history which he set in 2018.
Global Superstar Ed Sheeran is returning to Accor Stadium next year for an iconic “in-the-round” show on Friday 24 February as part of his + – = ÷ x Tour (pronounced ‘The Mathematics Tour’).
Few will forget Ed’s tour Down Under in 2018 when his three shows at the Stadium helped smash the record for highest selling tour in history, with over 1,006,387 tickets sold across Australia and New Zealand alone.
With Ed set to play this tour in-the-round with a 360º stage production, that record is officially on notice.
General public tickets go on sale Wednesday 23 March at 11am via Ticketek
Fans will be treated to an array of tracks off his latest album “=”, plus hits from across his impressive catalogue.
The Tour will see Ed play in front of some of his largest crowds ever with his production positioned in the centre of the Accor Stadium arena.
No stranger to breaking records, Ed’s latest album ‘=’ debuted at #1 in both Australia and New Zealand with singles ‘Bad Habits’ (5 x Platinum AU, 3 x Platinum NZ) and ‘Shivers’ (3 x Platinum AU, Platinum NZ) certifiable smash hits.
In Australia, Ed’s deeply moving track ‘Visiting Hours’, written for his close friend, the late Michael Gudinski, founder of Frontier Touring and Mushroom Group, is expected to certify Platinum in weeks.
To protect fans, strict anti-scalping measures will be deployed for the tour, with all tickets digitally supplied and accessible via official ticketing apps only. For a detailed FAQ on these measures visit edsheeran.com or frontiertouring.com/edsheeran. Fans should only purchase tickets from the official ticketing agencies listed at edsheeran.com or frontiertouring.com/edsheeran.