Phoenix Park in Dublin will hold host to Ed Sheeran on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night, as hundreds of thousands of excited fans make their way to the capital.
Ed Sheeran mania has come to Ireland’s capital city as expectant Irish fans who were not lucky enough to see him at his Galway, Cork or Belfast sell-out shows finally get their opportunity to sway along to the red-headed minstrel and his songs.
All but taking over Dublin’s Phoenix Park on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night, excitement is high throughout the city as Beoga, Jamie Lawson and Anne Marie prepare to hype up the crowds before the main man himself. As many as 150,000 are expected to be at his Dublin shows alone!
Thankfully one Irish food delivery service picked up on the fact that many of you are going to be waiting in line for quite a long time this weekend and so if you get peckish at all while you queue, Deliveroo can bring you a delivery as you stand to get in.
Ed himself has already been thanked by Galway for his own kindness in making sure everyone gets a good meal. After his sold-out Pearse Stadium shows in Galway, Sheeran’s catering crew donated all the leftover food to charity, ensuring those most in need got the meal they needed.
TOMORROW! @edsheeran kicks off his Dublin run of 3 nights at Phoenix Park. We visited the site today and it's looking good! Concert details including traffic, transport, road closures & more available here ➡️ https://t.co/Qjqi3ShAXO— Aiken Promotions (@aikenpromotions) May 15, 2018
#EdSheeran #EdIrishTour #EdDublin pic.twitter.com/6yvbB570Ax
"#EdSheeran just keeps on giving!” tweeted COPE Galway.
"Our Food Rescue team (pictured) were able to respond to generous offer of a huge donation of surplus fresh food from his catering team in #salthill.
“Many #families will benefit – thanks so much to all who made it work! #edsheerangalway #edgalway.”
#EdSheeran just keeps on giving! Our Food Rescue team (pictured) were able to respond to generous offer of a huge donation of surplus fresh food from his catering team in #salthill. Many #families will benefit - thanks so much to all who made it work! #edsheerangalway #edgalway pic.twitter.com/rQPpqtO7xs— COPE Galway (@COPEGalway) May 14, 2018
Sheeran will play nine shows in total in Ireland and it still quite isn’t enough for fans.
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