Ed Sheeran to play third Wembley Stadium show
Updated: 28 November 2014
Ed Sheeran will now perform for three nights at Wembley Stadium during summer 2015. The singer-songwriter’s run of shows at the iconic venue will take place from 10 – 12 July 2015.
The announcement of Ed Sheeran’s Wembley run follows on from a huge year for the Thinking Out Loud Singer. 2014 has seen Sheeran release his second album, X, which stayed at the top of the UK charts for a whopping nine weeks.
X is the follow-up to his debut + and includes Sing, Don’t and Thinking Out Loud. In support of the album, Sheeran embarked on his biggest headline of the UK and Ireland performing in the country’s leading arenas.
Ed Sheeran second Wembley Stadium concert
Updated: 26 November 2014
Due to huge demand, Ed Sheeran will perform for a second night at London’s Wembley Stadium.
The Don’t singer will now perform at the iconic venue on 10 and 11 July 2015. The shows will be a chance to see Ed Sheeran play hits from his chart-topping albums X and +, such as first No.1 single Sing, The A Team and Lego House, at one of the UK’s most-celebrated venues.
Ed Sheeran to play London’s Wembley Stadium
Update: 17 November 2014
Ed Sheeran takes on Wembley Stadium! The red-headed singer-songwriter will play his biggest ever headline show on 10 July 2015 at London’s Wembley Stadium.
The open-air concert follows on from Ed Sheeran’s biggest tour of the UK and Ireland, which saw the Thinking Out Loud singer perform for multiple nights in the country’s largest arenas.
Ed Sheeran released his second album X earlier this year. An instant success. The record saw the star lead the UK charts for nine weeks. See Ed Sheeran next summer to hear hits from both X and +.
Ed Sheeran UK tour
Updated: 11 June 2014
Ed Sheeran embarks on his first UK and Ireland arena tour in October 2014. The tour is in support of his second album X.
Ed Sheeran’s tour will kick off on 3 October 2014 in Dublin and includes four concerts at London’s The O2 as well as shows in the likes of Leeds, Birmingham and Manchester. The tour is in support of his second album X, pronounced multiply, that includes Ed Sheeran’s first No.1 single Sing.
About Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran has become one of, if not the, biggest singer-songwriters Britain has to offer. Since he was propelled into the limelight in 2011 with his debut album +, the red-haired star has gained a huge following across continents. The singer cemented himself as a firm favourite with both critics and music lovers with his unique voice, sparse instrumentation and candid lyrics.
Halifax-born Sheeran began his music career with the independent release of The Orange Room EP in 2005. More DIY releases and collaborations with artists from genres as varied as hip-hop, grime and indie followed. Notably he made it to No.2 in the iTunes chart without any label or promotion with his EP No.5 Collaborations Project, which featured Wiley, JME, Devlin, Sway and Ghetts.
Ed Sheeran’s rise to household name
Ed Sheeran was then signed by Atlantic Records and released his debut single The A Team from his album +. His album, which was released in 2011, went to No.1 in the charts and contained the singles The A Team, Lego House, Drunk and You Need Me, I Don’t Need You.
In 2012 Sheeran continued to gain popularity in the UK and won two BRIT Awards for Best British Male and British Breakthrough. Meanwhile the A Team won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically and was nominated for the Song of the Year award at the 2013 Grammy Awards.
Despite not releasing a solo album since his debut + in 2011, Sheeran kept busy writing songs for One Direction, including Over Again and Little Things, and made a guest appearance on Taylor Swift’s Red album before touring with her across America during 2013. Sheeran also performed with the musical legend Elton John during the 2013 Grammy Awards.
Ed Sheeran’s second album
2014 saw the release of Sheeran’s much anticipated second album X, which was produced by Rick Rubin. The record was a hit. Heading to No.1, the album spent a staggering nine weeks in the top spot and remained in the charts since its release.
The album contains Ed Sheeran’s first and second No.1 singles, Sing and Thinking Out Loud, along with One, Don’t and I See Fire from the The Hobbit: The Desoloation of Smaug soundtrack.
X, pronounced multiply, went on to conquer the American charts becoming Sheeran’s first No.1 album in the US. In support of the collection, Sheeran embarked on his biggest tour of the UK and Ireland during October. The tour saw the singer headline arenas for the first time.