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Ed Sheeran to perform one-night-only ‘X (Multiply)’ 10th anniversary show in Brooklyn

Ed Sheeran announced he will perform a one-night-only special concert this month, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his album “X (Multiply)” with a special concert in May.

“X (Multiply)” was released back in 2014 and will turn 10 years old this June; it featured the singles “Sing,” “Don’t,” “Thinking Out Loud,” “Bloodstream” and “Photograph,” and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. In celebration of his now iconic sophomore album, ‘X’, the concert setlist will reflect Sheeran’s ‘X (Wembley Edition)’ release from 2014.

Sheeran posted on Instagram: “10th anniversary of Multiply this year, which feels wild but also a lot has happened in that 10 years. This album was made from 2011 – 2014, and spanned my whole personal life through that time, which was a mad time. Going from playing pubs and and clubs to selling arenas in those years, falling in and out of love, travelling all around the world, it was a real rollercoaster, and it’s been amazing to revisit all the memories. Can’t wait to experience the multiply show with you, and remember some amazing moments over this summer together.”

Sheeran will also release an anniversary edition of X (Multiply) featuring nine additional tracks: “Take It Back,” “Shirtsleeves,” “Even My Dad Does Sometimes,” “I See Fire,” “All of the Stars,” “English Rose,” “Touch and Go,” “New York” and “Make It Rain.”  The album is scheduled for release June 21.

Sheeran has partnered with ‘Seated’ for an exclusive fan on-sale, where fans can register to be in with a chance of being selected for the opportunity to purchase tickets. Registration will close tomorrow (May 2) at 11:59 ET. Head HERE for information.

General on-sale for tickets will be offered to the selective fans on Monday (May 6) at 10am ET via Ticketmaster.

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