- Ed Sheeran will perform in Mumbai tonight
- Ed Sheeran will sing some of his hit songs
- The concert will begin at 8 PM today
#1 Ed Sheeran's Mumbai Concert Opening Act
Ed Sheeran will be preceded on stage by the pop artist Lauv, as the opening act. For the main performance, the fans can expect Ed's hit songs and favourite numbers (and, of course, ours too) from Divide including Eraser, Perfect, Hearts Don't Break Around Here, New Man, Dive, and of course our favourites - Galway Girl and Shape of You. Earlier, in his 2015's Mumbai concert, Ed had performed on songs like A Team and Don't.
# 2 Ed Sheeran's Charm
Ed Sheeran doesn't lip sync. Even if Ed performs on his old numbers, the fans will definitely rejoice. Well, this is one of the major advantages of watching Ed performing live on the stage. The fans can expect to groove to the beats of Ed Sheeran's hit songs with Ed's twist.
# 3 Time Of The Concert And How To Watch It Online
Ed Sheeran's concert starts at 8 pm onwards today and the price of the tickets started from Rs. 4,750. You can follow BookMyShow's (the organisers of the concert) Twitter account for live updates. For all Ed Sheeran fans, BookMyShow has even created a mobile app, which includes all the hit tracks of the 26-year-old singer.
The organisers have revealed that Sheeran will have a green room done up with automobile and animal graffiti, and a mini bar well stocked with his favourite drinks like Robinson's fruit squash, beer and milk.
# 5 Presenting Ed Sheeran In Bollywood Style
Ed Sheeran landed in Mumbai on Friday. The singer is completely enjoying Mumbai with Bollywood stars such as Farah Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Malaika Arora and others, who enjoyed a party at Farah's residence, hosted for the Shape Of You singer. The stars are also expected at the concert tonight. Have you seen Ed grooving to the beats of Badri Ki Dulhania yet?
With all this excitement, the wait for Ed Sheeran's concert becomes a little tad-bit. Are you excited ?
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