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Ed Sheeran Continues First Major US Tour At Radio City Hall on Jan 30
Fresh from the news that he will be playing alongside none other than Elton John at next month’s Grammy Awards, flame-haired singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran will take his one-man-band style of acoustic pop to the Radio City Hall stage on Wednesday (Jan 30) as he continues his 20-date first major North American tour.
Over 200 Ed Sheeran tickets are still available on TiqIQ for the show in Manhattan, with the cheapest price currently listed at $130/seat and an average price at $419, 46% higher amount than the overall tour average of $288.
The 21-year-old will be supported by Foy Vance, a flat cap-wearing Irish troubadour who deals in a similar brand of stripped-back melancholy and Rizzle Kicks, a cheeky British duo who have already scored several UK Top 10 hits with their cleverly playful take on the flower-power hip-hop of De La Soul.
Expect to see the former joining Sheeran on stage for duets of both + album tracks “Kiss Me,” and his own single, “Guiding Light.” The latter has also made a re-appearance on all previous shows with a 16-minute sing-along rendition of “You Need Me, I Don’t Need You” that splits the audience into West Side Story-inspired teams of Jets and Sharks.
But for the majority of the gig, Sheeran will attempt to transfix the 6000-capacity crowd with little more than an acoustic guitar and a loop pedal. Alongside cover versions of soul legend Nina Simone’s “Be My Husband” and dub-pop maestro Jamie Woon’s “Wayfaring Stranger,” 12 of the 13 tracks which appear on his major-label debut are given an airing (only “This” has so far been ignored), including the singles “Lego House,” “Give Me Love,” “Drunk,” “Small Bump” and of course, the Grammy-nominated “The A Team.”
Sheeran will then perform a further eight dates across America including the Louisville Palace on Feb 1 (get-in price $63, average price $103), Magna’s The Great Saltair on Feb 6 ($34/$71) and Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre on Feb 17 ($115/$121), with his Feb 8 gig at San Francisco’s The Warfield ($364/$501) currently the most in-demand with only a handful of Ed Sheeran tickets remaining.
But after gigging across Australia and New Zealand, Sheeran will then return to the States on Mar 13 at the CenturyLink Center Omaha ($69/$241) when he joins Taylor Swift on her mammoth 60-date RED tour. There are still a huge number of Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran tickets still on sale on TiqIQ for most shows with nearly 7000 available at East Rutherford’s Metlife Stadium on July 13 ($86/$222) and a further 2000 at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on July 20 ($98/$347).
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