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Ed Sheeran Reviews

Contemporary PopIndie & RockConcerts

Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.9 Stars)

Number of reviews: 45



2.0 star rating Joe from New York, New York


Ed played his great set list of music, with friendly crowd work, but unfortunately it was really hard to hear any of it from the 300 level at MetLife stadium. There seemed to be a technical issue as there was a really bad echo throughout the entire evening. As a result you really couldn’t understand anything he was saying.

2.0 star rating Larry from Detroit, Michigan


Ed Sheeran is an amazing performer but I will never again pay so much to see him in a big venue like Ford Field. The echo was terrible and you could not understand the lyrics. We left early very disappointed. Others who attended that we talked with said the same.

2.0 star rating Shelley from Vancouver, British Columbia


Not sure if it was the venue or problems with sound system Sat in 409 section couldn’t make out the words when base was on terrible sound had to plug my ears and finally left Waste of time and money even for cheaper seats

2.0 star rating Carolyn Chadwick from Los Angeles, California


He may have been great but the acoustics were so bad it was impossible to understand him. Really disappointed.

2.0 star rating Riley Brown from Los Angeles, California


Ed Sheeran failed to deliver. An hour into his set was the first time the huge SoFi Jumbotron came on. I'm not sure whether it was a technical glitch or lighting engineer failure but it was a huge letdown. The Jumbotron was only on for this one song and went dark afterwards. Don't be fooled by the fact that 81,000 tickets were sold. There were huge swathes of open space on the floor, especially on the left side, even an hour into the show. Sheeran or his management decided on general admission for the floor, instead of seats. Not only does it look bad, it also negatively affected the sound quality. Stadiums aren't great for sound quality anyway, but this was easily the worst sound quality of any stadium show I've seen. I could understand maybe only 10-15% of the vocals and talking between songs. This was only the second time I ever walked out of a concert early, not because it was bad but because it was unlistenable. On the plus side, he rocks out much more live than on his recordings. I might take a chance and see him in an arena setting but I'll pass on any stadium show in the future.

2.0 star rating Joe from Las Vegas, Nevada


I wasn't familiar with much of Ed's music but I accompanied my Wife she being a mid-upper level fan of his music.Myself I kept wondering; Where's the Band? I Guess this is the new standard of the industry and Modern technology in the production of a show 🤷‍♂️ But 1 man on a stage that had room for an orchestra to accompany him Ala Stevie Wonder at MGM working with a string section, horn section, back up vocalists I'll personally take that anyday over 1 man running around in circles using technological gadgets to be a band! For a couple songs he had a drummer & a guitarist join him??? Was it joining him? They were on the sidelines benches with a little corner each while he had 50X the area for himself!! I can't compare him to other Pop artists/ entertainers of the day but I certainly prefer the energy / interaction/ exchanges of band members working Together to bring you out of your seats!! Give me Jam Bands anyway over this. On the Positive it was nice to see so many enjoying 👍✌️

1.0 star rating from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Sorry but this artist is crazy talented, realizing he needs to stay relevant . I can hear his pain in the lyrics. But unfortunately I didn’t hear his recovery, I miss his passion for living and it’s wonders


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