Ed Sheeran Announces European Dates For Mathematics Tour In 2025

Ed Sheeran has announced more European dates for his Mathematics Tour, set to end in 2025.

The ‘Shape of You’ singer is set to tour around Europe from May to September in 2025. It will be the last leg of the artists three year long tour.

The iconic pop singer took to Instagram over the weekend saying “In 2025, Mathematics Tour comes to an end! Gonna be hitting most of the other places we haven’t been to yet, but the first dates to go up will be the rest of Europe,”

The shows will kick off in Madrid on the 30th of May and will see 14 shows across Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, Belgium, Poland, Sweden, and Denmark,  before ending in Dusseldorf on the 5th of September.

The artist has teased in the caption that there may be an announcement for more dates soon but has not revealed when. 

The “Thinking Out Loud” singer’s Mathematics Tour first began in April of 2022 in Europe. Since then Sheeran has brought the tour to New Zealand and Australia in February of 2023, to the US in April of 2023 and to Asia in January of 2024.

Openers for the final European leg of the tour have yet to be announced, but The States got to see artists such as Khalid, Masie Peters and Cat Burns.

Those looking to buy tickets can do so on Sheeran's website. Tickets go live at 9am on the 10th of July. There is still some tickets remaining for select countries over the summer too!

Here's the current dates announced for 2025:

May 30th – Spain, Madrid – Cívitas Metropolitano

June 6th – France, Marseille – Orange Vélodrome Stadium

June 14th – Italy, Rome – T.B.A

June 20th  – France, Lille, Decathlon Arena – Stade Pierre Mauroy

June 29th – Germany, Stuttgart – MHPArena

July 5th – Germany, Hamburg – Volksparkstadion

July 26th – Norway, Oslo – Ullevaal Stadion

August 2nd –  Switzerland, Zürich – Stadion Letzigrund

August 8th – Belgium, Antwerp – Middenvijver Park

August 16th – Poland, Wroclaw – Tarczyński Arena

August 23rd – Sweden, Stockholm – Strawberry Arena

August 29th – Denmark, Copenhagen – Øresundsparken

August 30th – Denmark, Copenhagen – Øresundsparken

September 5th – Germany, Dusseldorf – Merkur Spiel-Arena

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