The singer’s Divide tour may be the biggest, most revenue-generating, most engaging concert series, the BBC writes. The concert tour, one of the stops of this year’s Island Festival, kicked off in March 2017, with the final show in Ipswich on August 26th.
While there are still a few dates left, Pollstar has picked out how and how the singer has broken his tour record.
The U2 spent 760 days on the road during the 360 ° tour, while Sheeran will spend 893 days.
The U2 tour had 100 stops, while the Divide had 255.
A total of 7.3 million were curious about U2, and Ed Sheeran’s audience had already announced this before the end of the tour. True, the average audience per concert was much higher than that of the Irish band, but they gave less concerts.