From October 30th, in the whole www.bilesuserviss.lv network have started ticket sales for the second Ed Sheeran concert, which will take place on August 4th at the Kaunas S.Darius and S.Girenas stadium.
As you know, the tickets for the first concert of the British singer-songwriter on August 3rd were completely sold out in a little more than a day. This is a record for the whole Baltics.
Taking into account this huge response, we managed to agree with the artist's management on another concert date. It will certainly be a treat for all those who were unable or hesitated to buy tickets for the first show. But this time, you really shouldn't postpone the purchase for a later moment, because the capacity of the Kaunas stadium remains limited and you shouldn't hope for a third date.
Multiple award-winning superstar Ed Sheeran is bringing to Lithuania his record-breaking “+ – = ÷ x Tour” (“The Mathematics Tour”) with a unique jaw-dropping 360 degrees production.
The British singer Calum Scott is confirmed as a special guest of the concert, but it is very likely that he will not be the only one!
The tickets will be available only in the form of an online purchase (no physical ones) and delivered shortly before the event.
In order to put a stop to the secondary ticketing market, re-selling and rip-offs, the tickets will be sold personalized with buyers data. When purchasing tickets, please make sure that buyers name is typed correctly as the buyer will have to present their documents at the entrance.
Tickets for this event will be available with a registered www.bilesuserviss.lv account only and only up to 6 tickets can be bought per buyer.
Please check more about the rules on www.EdSheeranKaunas.com !
After a 5 years gap, the global megastar Ed Sheeran returns to the Baltics with his most impressive show yet.
You will enter to see the amazingly engineered ‘in-the-round’ stage design, which with every rotation gives the fans a chance to be face-to-face with the musician, and above is built a 360-degree display with six double-sided screens shaped like guitar plectrums that broadcast closeup views for those in the seats. And finally, there will be magnificent, yet discrete pyrotechnic effects, accentuating certain parts of the songs.
The concept of the Mathematics Tour is simple: to showcase Sheeran’s work across the last 12-13 years. That's why the set-list includes all of the hits from his more than a decade long and successful career: Shivers, The A Team, Castle on the Hill, Thinking Out Loud, Photograph, Perfect, Shape of You, Bad Habits, Sing, You Need Me, I Don't Need You, Eyes Closed, Overpass Graffiti, Galway Girl, etc.
The lucky ones, who already had a chance to witness his previous concerts, do not have enough words to describe the magnificent:
“The show that will live long in the memory.”
“This concert was one for the books, and I wouldn’t change a thing. These experiences are truly amazing”.
“If there was any concert that I definitely didn’t want to miss, it was this Ed Sheeran concert”.
At the same time the concert goers admit that: “despite the sheer size of the stadium and its high level of production (there is theatrics and pyrotechnics when appropriate), the evening feels somewhat intimate. Perhaps that’s because Sheeran is positioned in the centre of the crowd with a revolving Hamilton-esque stage that ensures he faces everyone.”
That is exactly what the production team behind Sheeran wanted to achieve: “We just wanted to do something that we hadn’t done before…to make the show as special and unique as we could. It’s a huge show in terms of industrial presence, but it has a very theatrical feel and attention to detail that give it its unique look.”
Without any exaggeration, Ed Sheeran is one of the most successful recording acts and songwriters ever.
The media lavishly sprinkles epithets to describe his contribution to world popular music:
"The de facto voice of a generation".
“Global pop culture ubiquity".
“One of the biggest pop careers of this generation”.
"British music icon".
With 7 studio albums, 17 EPs, 65 singles and so on, Sheeran has sold over 150 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists in history.
The list of Sheeran's award nominations and wins reaches 467 and 185 in each of the respective categories, including several Grammy, Brit, BBC, MTV, Ivor Novello, AMA, etc., etc.
Each of Sheeran's 4 world tours have broken one record after another one. The previous “Divide Tour” was attended by almost 9 million people, and it grossed almost $1 billion. There will be no surprise that “The Mathematics Tour” will overtake even those figures.
So, this is your chance to witness it for yourself!