British singer Ed Sheeran kicks off today with an extended tour. The 30-year-old artist travels for Math Tour across Europe in a special way.
No luxury planes and paid luxury airline tickets. Or even a private jet that the Rolling Stones and Iron Maiden, for example, have at their disposal. No, Ed Sheeran must have thought, “When I start my tour, yesterday was Earth Day. I just had to do something with that.”
Ed Sheeran is driving around in a truck
Ed Sheeran crosses Europe in an electric Volkswagen truck. The international star hopes to make his tour more environmentally friendly. With his truck, he first had to cross to Ireland by boat, because the man from shape for you And the perfect The series of stadiums kicks off in Dublin. Tracking short trips after two concerts. Then he goes to other cities in Ireland, namely to Cork (where subway I recently celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day) and Limerick.
On July 14 and 15, Sheeran will be in Johan Cruyff Arena. There are still tickets available for the first day, a very small selection for the second day. The Math Tour It will probably be the artist’s last tour of the main stadium. He’s said it before, although of course he can always come back to that idea.
Via Holland to Germany
Then it’s time to drive to Ed Sheeran. to Northern Ireland. Then he toured his own England. Including Manchester, Sunderland – a stopover in Scotland – and Wembley in London. Then the Volkswagen-Edge crosses the Netherlands, where you can bump into it. Gelschenkirchen in Germany is the next location, so the singer will undoubtedly cross the border in Venlo or beyond Arnhem. He will also return to attend the aforementioned concerts in Amsterdam.
This is followed by Ed Sheeran’s long line: Brussels, Paris, Copenhagen (he has to go through Holland again…), Gothenburg, Helsinki, Warsaw, Vienna, Munich, Zurich and Frankfurt. It’s now September 25th. After that, the Briton will have to move to an airplane. The next stop is Austin and it’s in the United States. The Math Tour It can also be seen in Australia and New Zealand.
Ed Sheeran is having a great time
Back to the environment for a moment. “I want to travel to every electric show as much as possible,” Sheeran told the British newspaper of his plans. the sun. “It was a real struggle early in my career. I played five shows in a row and had a day off. Now I only have the luxury of playing on weekends so it’s Friday, Saturday and Sunday every week. Then I can take my time between each city.”
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