Budjerah, Ed Sheeran, Maisie Peters
Budjerah, Ed Sheeran, Maisie Peters | Photo: Elliott Lauren Ryan, Supplied, Phoebe Fox

Budjerah And Maisie Peters To Support Ed Sheeran On Australian Tour

Ed Sheeran has confirmed the support acts for his Australian tour in February and March 2023. Coodjinburra artist Budjerah and UK singer-songwriter Maisie Peters will join Sheeran at stadium shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

The Australian leg of Sheeran’s +–=÷x Tour is being touted as one of the biggest touring events to ever hit our shores. A number of shows are already sold out, with remaining tickets likely to fly as the tour approaches.

Ed Sheeran – ‘2Step (Budjerah Remix)’

Budjerah and Sheeran have history, with the Australian R&B artist featuring on the remix for Sheeran’s track ‘2Step’. It’s been an exciting couple of years for Budjerah, who won the ARIA Breakthrough Artist Award in 2021. His second EP, Conversations, included the MAY-A collaboration, ‘Talk’, while recent singles include ‘Ready For the Sky’ and a cover of the Temper Trap’s ‘Sweet Disposition’ with Gretta Ray and Ngaiire.

For Maisie Peters, the Ed Sheeran tour will mark her first ever Australian shows. The 21 year old supported Sheeran across 54 dates throughout the UK and Europe and will join him on his North American tour, also in 2023. Peters is signed to Sheeran’s Gingerbread Man Records and has clocked over 37 million streams in Australia alone. Peters will be performing songs from her debut album, 2021’s You Signed Up For This, as well as the recent singles, ‘Blonde’ and ‘Not Another Rockstar’.

Maisie Peters – ‘Psycho’

Check out the full list of tour dates below and access more information at Frontier Touring.

Ed Sheeran Australian Tour Dates 2023

with Budjerah and Maisie Peters

  • Friday 17 February – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane (SOLD OUT)
  • Saturday 18 February – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane (SOLD OUT)
  • Sunday 19 February – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane (Lic/AA)
  • Friday 24 Feburary – Accor Stadium, Sydney (Lic/AA)
  • Saturday 25 February – Accor Stadium, Sydney (Lic/AA)
  • Thursday 2 March – Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (Lic/AA)
  • Friday 3 March – Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (Lic/AA)
  • Tuesday 7 March – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (Lic/AA)
  • Sunday 12 March – Optus Stadium, Perth (Lic/AA)

Further Reading

Ed Sheeran Continues to Break Records With ‘+ – = ÷ x’ World Tour

Ed Sheeran Adds Three Extra Shows To 2023 Australian Tour

Ed Sheeran Announces 2023 Australian Tour

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