- The concert will take place on Sunday
- The concert tickets were sold out within a day of going on sale
- Ed Sheeran performs in India as a part of his Divide Album Asia Tour
Please welcome Ed Sheeran.
mid-day reported about Ed Sheeran's backstage requirements which are , "A mix of after-school refreshments, bottles of Robinsons fruit squash, passion fruit juice, milk, beer, a six-pack of fizzy drinks and a plate of assorted sliced fresh vegetable and fruits. He also wants a special peri-peri sauce that is being sourced from Malaysia."
WHAT TIME DOES THE CONCERT START?
Ed Sheeran's concert starts at 8 pm onwards on November 19. The venue is - Jio Garden, BKC Mumbai. (The price of the tickets started from Rs 4,750).
WHERE CAN YOU FOLLOW THE CONCERT ONLINE?
You can follow BookMyShow's (the organisers of the concert) Twitter account for live updates.
For all Ed Sheeran fans, BookMyShow has created a mobile app, which includes all the hit tracks of the 26-year-old singer.
Yes, you read that right. If you missed booking the tickets, here's a golden chance to get them for free. Check out this link for more details.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE ED SHEERAN'S GIG IN MUMBAI?
Ed Sheeran will perform to some of his greatest hits including Shape of You, Galway Girl, Photograph and Thinking Out Loud
Many Bollywood celebrities and sports personalities are expected attend the concert.
The album Divide also lists Shape Of You as one the tracks. The song became immensely popular in India with several cover versions and unique dance performances. The album has total 16 songs including Eraser, Dive, What Do I Know? and Supermarket Flowers.
Ed Sheeran previously performed Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore as a part of the Asian leg of the promotional tour. Ed Sheeran last performed in India in 2015.
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