Ed Sheeran’s NZ shows expected to be a sell-out
Ed Sheeran is playing six New Zealand stadium shows next year and we have a copy of his latest CD ÷ (Divide) to giveaway to celebrate.
Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium — March 24, 25,26 (all sold out), Dunedin’s Forsythe Barr Stadium March 29 and 31 (both sold out) and there are limited GA standing tickets only left for the April 1 show.
The cynics said Ed will never sell out a second show at Mt Smart. Boom! He sells out three.
And then ‘‘He’ll never sell out two in Dunedin.’’ Boom! Two completely gone and a third with only limited GA Standing tickets left.
Those cynics have well and truly been silenced.
Our featured CD, Ed’s latest offering Divide, characterised by the mathematical symbol ÷, elicited unanimous praise from music critics.
And they weren’t far wrong. It debuted at the coveted No.1 spot on charts around the globe and had already given up great singles in Castle On The Hill, Shame On You and Galway Girl as well as promotional singles How Would You Feel (Paean) and Eraser, from its twelve massive tracks.
It follows the trend set by Ed’s previous two albums, each characterised by a mathematical symbol.
The first + (Plus) had the singles The A Team, You Need Me I Don’t Need You, Lego House, Drunk, Small Bump and Give Me Love.
The second X (Multiply) had the equally as impressive Sing, Don’t, Thinking Out Loud, Bloodstream and Photograph.
All we can suggest is you start looking for those cheap flights to Dunedin, or register with frontiertouring.com and ticketmaster.co.nz in case there are any last-minute ticket releases in Auckland.
Meanwhile, why not pick up a copy of Divide and treat your- self to some of the most popular music around.
In fact, buy all three of his albums and experience the musical phenomenon (and genuine all-round nice guy to boot) that is Ed Sheeran.
Competition by Fill The House Tickets Project – proudly supporting families of children with cancer.
Win a copy of Ed Sheeran’s latest album Divide.