He has just returned from Spain and is planning to return to our country. It seems that he has taken a liking to its stages. Ed Sheeran will have new dates in Europe next year, one of them on May 30th in the stadium Madrid Metropolitan.

It seems that many people missed out on seeing him or want to see him again, as there is a queue for tickets where they warn that there are only a few units left. Once you get in the queue, you have 10 minutes to purchase your tickets.

It was last September when Sheeran released his latest album, ‘Autumn Variations‘, an exploration of the emotions of “love, heartbreak, depression and loneliness.” It was her second album in 2023, having previously released ‘-(Substract)’, which was released in May and which already had The National member Aaron Dessner as producer.

His discography is completed with several best-selling albums, since his debut with ‘+ (Plus)’ (2011), followed by ‘x (Multiply)’ (2014), ‘÷ (Divide)’ (2016), ‘No. 6 Collaborations Project’ (2019) and ‘= (Equals)’ (2021).

Dates of their European tour

The Madrid concert will be the first in a series of concerts that will take him to cities such as Marseille (June 6), Rome (June 14), Lille (June 20), Stuttgart (June 29) and Oslo (July 26). The German city of Dusseldorf will close this new leg of his tour on September 5, 2025, after having added 14 points of the old continent to it.

When do your Madrid 2025 tickets go on sale?

Tickets to enjoy his concert in Madrid are on sale from 9 o’clock from this Wednesday, July 10, through its official distributors (Ticketmaster) and its own website. Those registered on it have been able to access a Pre-sale in the 48 hours prior.

It also warns that Sheeran and his team maintain “a strict stance against the use of unofficial ticketing sites to prevent abuse of fans trying to buy tickets for his concerts.”

This is why a t will be usedmobile ticketing technology “Specially developed to ensure that only authentic tickets are purchased and to prevent unofficial ticketing sites and unofficial sellers from profiting from this.”

Prices of your Madrid 2025 tickets

  • General Admission Track: 107.50 euros (includes expenses)
  • Reserved Seat: from 25 euros to 115 euros (without management fees)

The purchase of tickets includes a management fee of 12.50 euros for general admission and 15.50 euros for reserved seats.