Ed Sheeran's New Album "Subtract" - Where to Hear it First!

Ed Sheeran, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, is set to release his fourth studio album, "Subtract," on May 5, 2023. To promote his new album, Sheeran has announced a series of unique listening events across North America and Europe at small and intimate venues. These shows promise to be a memorable experience for fans who will get a chance to hear Sheeran's new music in person.

Ed Sheeran Subtract Tour

The listening events kick off on May 5th, 2023, and run through May 7th. Sheeran's will visit five cities across the United States, starting with New York City, where he will perform at 105 Wooster Street. The venue has a capacity of just 500 people, making it one of the smallest venues on the tour. American Express is the official sponsor of the tour, and fans can get details on ticket availability and prices by visiting the American Express website.

After New York, Sheeran will head to Los Angeles, where he will perform on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood. From there, he will travel to Dallas and Chicago before wrapping up the tour in Boston. Sheeran will perform two shows each day, with the first show starting at 11 AM and the second show starting at 3 PM. The early show is perfect for fans who want to catch Sheeran's performance during their lunch break, while the later show gives fans an opportunity to see him after work.

In addition to the small and intimate venues, Sheeran will host album preview and listening parties at independent record stores in select cities across the United States. These events will give fans a chance to hear Sheeran's new music in a more intimate setting while supporting their local record stores. Sheeran will perform at several record stores in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, and Missouri. The listening events are free, but fans are encouraged to arrive early to secure a spot.

The European leg of the Subtract album tour made its way through various cities and countries, offering fans a chance to experience the new album in different ways. The tour kicked off in the UK with an Album Preview Experience hosted by Meta at Southbank's Queen's Walk in London on April 29th. Fans who pre-ordered the album from the official store had a chance to win entry to the Subtract Cinema Events held at different locations in London, Leeds, Sheffield, and Birmingham on May 2nd.

In Austria, the listening location was The Loft in Vienna on May 4th, while in Denmark, Restaurant Viva hosted the event on the same day. In Finland, fans had a chance to experience the album at the Sound Pods at the Mall of Tripla Railwaystation in Helsinki until April 23rd, or at the Suomenlinna Sea Fortress on May 4th. To enter, fans had to follow instructions posted on Warner Music Finland's social media.

Paris was the next stop on May 4th, with the exact listening location to be announced soon. Limited spaces were available, and fans had to sign up to attend. In Germany, the listening location was the Lighthouse of Digital Art in Berlin, with limited spaces available, and sign up required.

In Hungary, fans could listen to the album at MG Records, a record store that hosted the event from May 2nd to 4th. The Georgian Society in Ireland hosted the event on May 5th, while in Milan, Italy, fans could attend a cinema screening of the album at the Anteo Palazzo Del Cinema on May 3rd. In Leiden, Netherlands, limited spaces were available for fans to RSVP for the event on May 3rd.

The tour's final stop was Madrid, Spain, where fans had a chance to listen to the album at The Music Station on Cuesta de San Vicente 44, Torre Levante, on May 4th. Limited spaces were available, and fans had to sign up to attend. Overall, the Subtract album tour offered fans a unique opportunity to experience the album in various settings and locations across Europe.

The Subtract Tour promises to be a unique experience for fans of Ed Sheeran. The intimate venues and independent record store events provide a more personal and exclusive setting for fans to hear Sheeran's new music. Sheeran's decision to play smaller venues and support local record stores shows his commitment to his fans and the music community as a whole. The tour is sure to be a hit among fans, and tickets are expected to sell out quickly. If you're a fan of Ed Sheeran, make sure to get your tickets early and don't miss out on this unforgettable experience.  For all the details be sure to check out: https://www.edsheeran.com/subtract

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