Global icon Ed Sheeran who used Salisbury recording studios for his latest album has just released his upcoming European tour dates.
This summer, the famous singer-songwriter appeared on ITV’s Lorraine Live from Salisbury where he was putting the finishing touches on his latest album which he confirmed in August would be called “=” or “equal”.
Following Ed Sheeran’s public visit to Salisbury in July, fans took to Twitter to express their excitement.
Salisbury Mayor Caroline Corbin was disappointed she missed him and sent him an invitation for the next time.
She said: “It would have been nice to have him in the Guildhall and have done something.
“My message to him would be if you’re here next year just let me know and we’ll invite you over for tea.” ”
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His latest album, ‘=’, will be released on October 29 and is highly anticipated.
The industry speculated that it would be titled âlessâ and when he announced the official title â=â in August, it turned out to be very close to the mark.
This follows her 2011 album, Plus ‘+’, her 2014 album Multiply ‘x’, and her 2017 album Divide, ” which follow a three-year pattern with the exception of this year’s release.
Sheeran describes ‘=’ as a ‘coming of age record’ and says, “I’ve never been so proud of a job, or more excited / nervous than you all hear.”
The 2022 tour will be called The Mathematics tour or ‘+’, ‘x’, ‘Ã·’, ‘=’ tour.
‘Shivers’, her new single, was removed from the album ‘=’ and was released on September 10 and replaced her own song at the top of the official UK singles charts.
Last Friday he was crowned the first UK solo artist to claim a full year at number one on the UK singles charts.
The single he replaced was Bad Habits which he released on June 25.
He will perform at Wembley Stadium in London for three consecutive nights from June 29 to July 1, which is the UK’s closest venue to Salisbury.
Twelve more UK performances have been announced as part of the tour, at venues in Glasgow, Manchester, Sunderland, Cardiff and Belfast.
He will also perform in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Ireland.
You never know, maybe between tour dates he’ll come back to the Guildhall for a cup of tea.
Find the full list of venues and tickets here.