Ed Sheeran announces 2023 return tour to Australia

COMING BACK: Ed Sheeran's 2023 Australian tour is expected to be massive.

COMING BACK: Ed Sheeran's 2023 Australian tour is expected to be massive.

ENGLISH pop superstar Ed Sheeran is returning to Australia in February and March 2023 for a massive stadium tour.

Announced on Wednesday, the + - = x Tour (pronounced the Mathematics Tour) will visit Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium (February 17), Sydney's Accor Stadium (February 24), Melbourne's MCG (March 2), the Adelaide Oval (March 7) and Perth's Optus Stadium (March 12).

Given the sheer popularity of the 31-year-old, don't be surprised if further concert dates are added.

It'll be Sheeran's first concerts in Australia since his record-breaking 2018 Divide Tour. That tour saw the Shape Of You hit-maker surpass the record for the highest-selling tour, with 1,006,387 tickets sold in Australia and New Zealand. Pre-sale tickets are available from Monday.


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