Ed Sheeran announces only UK shows of 2023

Ed Sheeran has announced a last-minute UK and European arena tour.

After announcing his latest album Subtract on Wednesday (01.03.23), due for release on May 5, the ‘Castle on the Hill’ hitmaker has announced several dates starting March 23 in Manchester. Did. He will spend two nights at his O2 Arena in London on March 24th and 25th before heading to Glasgow and Dublin on March 28th and 30th before finishing in Paris on April 2nd.

The mini-tour will support the first single following 2021’s “Equals,” which has yet to be announced.

These are the only shows the Grammy winner will be performing in the UK this year.

Fans can pre-order the album from Ed’s official website (edsheeran.com) by 9am on March 7th for early access to pre-sale tickets.

Along with the release of Ed’s new album, the “Shape of You” hitmaker Ed had to delay treatment after his wife Cherry Seaborn discovered a tumor while pregnant with their second child last year. It also revealed that

He also talked about how his mental health skyrocketed after losing his dear friend Jamal Edwards to cardiac arrest after taking drugs in February 2022.

Ed said: My brother and best friend Jamal died suddenly and I found myself in court defending my integrity and career as a songwriter. I was swirling with fear, depression and anxiety.

“I felt like I was drowning. I put my head under the water and looked up, but I couldn’t get the air out.”

The 32-year-old singer, who has two children, Laila and Cherry, has admitted that personal turmoil forced her to replace an album she’d spent a decade working on with her “deepest, darkest thoughts.” it’s not. Seeking fan approval on release.

he said: Then, in early 2022, a series of events changed my view of life, mental health, and ultimately music and art.

“Writing songs is my therapy. I replaced it with my darkest thoughts…

“As an artist, I feel that I can credibly put out a body of work that doesn’t quite represent where I am or how I need to represent myself at this point in my life. This album is purely that.It’s opening a trap door in my soul.I’m not trying to make an album that people will love for the first time, but I’m an adult now. I just put out something that was honest and true to myself.

“This is my diary from last February and my way of understanding it. This is ‘subtraction’.”

Ed’s 2023 UK and European arena shows:

Thursday 23 March, Manchester, AO Arena

Friday March 24th, London, The O2

Saturday March 25th, London, The O2

Tuesday 28 March, Glasgow, Hydro Arena

Thursday 30 March, 3Arena, Dublin

Sunday 2 April, Accor Arena, Paris

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