British megastar Ed Sheeran returns to Bucharest on August 24, 2024 at the National Arena for a concert that is part of a tour that began this year. Tickets will be available from October 26th at www.cts.eventim.ro.
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When will Ed Sheeran return to Romania?
Good news for fans of Briton Ed Sheeran. The artist returns to Romania with a concert on August 24, 2024 at the National Arena. The artist made the announcement on Instagram, and information about tickets can be found on his website, writes Observatornews.ro.
Thus, British megastar Ed Sheeran comes to Bucharest for the second time after he also performed at the National Arena in July 2019 in front of more than 50,000 people, wearing the jersey of the Romanian national football team.
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Sheeran's upcoming shows in Asia will be the first since his previous tour in 2019, while the European shows will follow those that took place on the continent last year.
The news comes on the heels of his record-breaking US tour, where Ed set several attendance records, including SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and MetLife Stadium in New Jersey; According to a press release from organizers, the latest event was the most attended single-day concert in US history.
Sheeran released two albums in 2023.
This year alone, Sheeran released two albums - (Subtract) and Autumn Variations, on which he collaborated with The National's Aaron Dessner, both of which reached number one in the world. Released in May and September respectively, the albums received immediate critical acclaim.
Ed Sheeran returns to Romania for the second time
Ed Sheeran performed at the National Arena on July 3, 2019, drawing 46,000 people who sang and cheered in unison, in recognition of the young Briton's passion and ability to perform alone on a huge stage.
The young British artist spoke openly and extensively with the public, sharing snippets of his musical journey and admitting that touring around the world means a lot, and the fact that he got the opportunity to perform in a country that, from his point of view, has so little in common with the country in which he was born, and to be received so warmly is also a big deal.