Ed Sheeran has announced the dates for his “Mathematics” stadium tour of North America in 2023.
The event will start at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX, on May 6.
Next year, Ed Sheeran will bring his “Mathematics” tour to North America. On Monday (Oct. 3), the singer announced the dates for his first U.S. tour in almost five years. He will start a string of stadium shows on May 6 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.
Sheeran will play big stadiums in Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Ontario, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Colorado, and Seattle as part of his “+ – = x Tour” (hence the name “Mathematics”) in North America. The tour will end with a show at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, on September 23.
Khalid (May 6–September 2) and Russ (September 9–23) will be the tour’s main opening acts. Dylan, Cat Burns, Maisie Peters, and Rosa Linn will also play sets.
The “Mathematics” tour will come to North America for the first time since Sheeran’s “Divide Tour” in 2018 became the tour with the most people and the most money. In the UK and Europe leg of the “Mathematics” tour, which just ended, Sheeran played for more than three million people in six months, according to a press release about the North American dates.
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Sheeran will talk about his tour on The Late Show on October 13 and Good Morning America on October 14.