Everyone's favorite multiple Grammy Award-winning global superstar from across the pond is hitting the road in 2023, and he's added Detroit to the itinerary.

Ed Sheeran announced a new North American tour for 2023 on Monday, October 3, 2022. The multi-city tour is called “+ - = ÷ x,” pronounced “The Mathematics Tour" was cleverly announced by the singer-songwriter in a minute-long teaser where he is sitting in math class, while a teacher heads to the blackboard to solve a math problem.

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The North American leg of his stadium tour, which will mark the first time in nearly five years that Sheeran will play stadiums in the U.S.,  will kick off on May 6th In Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium. The 21-date tour will wrap up on  September 23rd at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

Michigan fans will love the news that “The Mathematics” stadium tour will be making a stop in Detroit next summer. Sheeran will take the stage, with Khalid as the stop's opening act, at  Ford Field on Saturday, July 15, 2023. The last time Ed Sheeran played the Mitten state was when he stopped at Ford Field on September 8, 2018, so he is long overdue.

How to Get Tickets for Ed Sheeran's "The Mathematics" Stadium Tour in Detroit

Tickets for Sheeran's Detroit show will go on sale Friday, October 14 at 10:00 a.m. local time to the general public on.  There will also be a Verified Fan Presale on Wednesday, October 12 at 10:00 a.m. through Thursday the 13th at 10:00 p.m. You can get tickets and show information here. 

If you just can't get enough of the English redhead, check out the full North American tour schedule here.  

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